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Flite Test Marvel Vision II Goggle

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Low Price: $144.99
 
Discontinued Online
 We have been looking for an affordable, full featured goggle that would cater to most people.  The Marvel Vision II is the goggle that had everything we were looking for, including price... so we put our name on it!  With true diversity, ability to run on any 2s to 6s battery (with XT60 connector), HDMI in, detachable screen, auto scan, built in DVR, the features are great especially when you consider the price.  In order to get the most out of your FT Edition Marvel Vision II goggles we suggest you upgrade from the included dipole antennas to one circular polarized and a directional antenna.  Our antennas of choice are the TBS Triumph and a small patch antenna.  

Features:
  • Plug & Play
  • Detachable 5 LCD monitor
  • With HDMI IN,mini HDMI version 1.1
  • Built-in DVR, support one-key-recording
  • Built-in true diversity receiver, automatically receive best signal
  • High brightness 800cd/m2
  • Easy to use system and multi-functional joystick with channel autoscan
  • With AV IN and AV OUT
  • Wide input voltage range:7-13V, support 2S-3S battery
  • On screen display channel,band,input voltage and working time
Specifications:
Screen size: 5 inch
Screen type: TFT LCD screen/long life
Resolution: 800x480 pixels
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Brightness: 800cd/m2
Video format: AUTO/NTSC/PAL
Audio: 6.5MHz
Input signal: AV/HDMI
HDMI IN(mini HDMI): Version 1.1 digital
Output signal: AV
Input voltage range: 7-13V (*battery sold separately)
Power consumption: [email protected]
Work status OSD display: Yes
Recording format: AVI
Support TF card: Max 32GB micro SD card
Antenna connector: SMA
Dimension: 129x89x11mm

Needed to Complete:
  • (1) 7.4-11.1V LiPo Batter w/XT-60 Connector

This product was added to our catalog on July 14, 2018

Liam Lawson
Average Rating: 4
Thursday, Feb 14 2019 (5 weeks ago)
Flite Test Marvel Vision II Goggle
Everything is great, BUT...The range. I'm not sure if it decreased over time, or was like that originally but the range is absolutely terrible on mine. I will say that overall the goggles are pretty good, but it crops down the image you're receiving from your camera, so you get a smaller image. The magnet holding the display on is also slightly weak. They're comfortable though, for a box goggle.
Nicholas Zircher
Average Rating: 5
Verified Owner
Thursday, Jan 17 2019 (2 months ago)
Flite Test Marvel Vision II Goggle
I threw a CP antenna and a small patch and couldn't be happier with the performance of these goggles. I have a huge head and can't use the Fatshark goggles that I purchased. These worked flawlessly. With the lens installed it gives you such an immersive experience you sometimes have to look left to right to see the whole picture.
Steven Vaux
Average Rating: 5
Verified Owner
Saturday, Dec 15 2018 (3 months ago)
Flite Test Marvel Vision II Goggle
Just got these as a upgrade from my spektrum set that is also made by fxt. While my old set was nice it lacked diversity and a dvr.
Also I prefer the black and red color scheme vs the gray and orange. I will say the only down side is that there is no foam between the screen and retaining strap and there's a little looseness but easily fixed with a piece of foam. All and all great value for those who don't have fatshark cash,LOL.