SKYZONE SKY04L LCOS 1280*960 5.8G 48CH DVR Build In


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Features
- 5.8G 48CH steadyview receiver
- Focus Adjustment -6~+6
- FOV 39°
- LCOS 1280*960 High Resolution Screen
- Dual Module Bay
- Bulit-in with de-fogging and heat-sink fan
- IPD range 5871mm
- Channel scanning
- Type C connector to upgarde the firmware or power goggle
- 2S-6S wide voltage support
- Build in Headtracker
- H.264 DVR, SD card support up to 128GB
Product Details
Brand Name: Skyzone
Item Name: SKY04L
Color: White
Screen: LCOS
Resolution: 1280X960
FOV(Diagonal): 39°
Aspect Ratio: 4:3/16:9
Focus: -6~+6 adjustable
Interpupillary Distance(IPD): 58-71mm
Receiver: 5.8Ghz 48CH Steadyview Receiver
Language: 10 Language
Power Supply: DC 6.5-25.2V/USB 5V
Power Consumption: 720mA at 12V
DVR: H264, 30fps,MOV 6Mbps, SD Card support up to 128Gb
Head Tracker: 3-axis Accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope
Dimentions: 185*75*67mm
Weight: 267g

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SKYZONE SKY04L LCOS 1280*960 5.8G 48CH DVR Build In Headtracker FOV39 2-6S FPV Goggles for RC FPV Drones
SKYZONE SKY04L LCOS 1280*960 5.8G 48CH DVR Build In Headtracker FOV39 2-6S FPV Goggles for RC FPV Drones
SKYZONE SKY04L LCOS 1280*960 5.8G 48CH DVR Build In Headtracker FOV39 2-6S FPV Goggles for RC FPV Drones
SKYZONE SKY04L LCOS 1280*960 5.8G 48CH DVR Build In Headtracker FOV39 2-6S FPV Goggles for RC FPV Drones
SKYZONE SKY04L LCOS 1280*960 5.8G 48CH DVR Build In Headtracker FOV39 2-6S FPV Goggles for RC FPV Drones
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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 12 May, 2021.

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