The guys over at Quanum in partnership with renowned FPV Goggle designers Fatshark have done it again as they usher in the new era for FPV Goggles and again set the benchmark for others to follow with the new Quanum Genesis HD FPV Goggle. The Genesis will be the perfect companion for the new wave of HD Digital FPV drone racing systems coming to market this year and for any analog FPV equipment currently on the market.
Molded in yellow plastic and black lightweight foam this headset with its ergonomic faceplate area and adjustable three position head strap system has been optimized for comfort.
Integrated into the headset design is a massive high quality 5.5” LCD screen (non blue screen) with magnification lens capable of 1280x720p resolution and a 32 channel diversity receiver module which includes Raceband. The headset also incorporates a Mini HDMI port and AV IN port allowing an external FPV signal source to be used along with an AV OUT port and a micro USB port for firmware upgrades.
The 5-way joystick and OSD allows for brightness and contrast adjustments and band/channel selections are just a push button operation away.
Get amongst the action and Immerse yourself with the new Quanum Fatshark Genesis.
• Large 5.5" HD Monitor (1280x720p) with non blue screen
• 2.5 X binocular magnification lens
• PAL or NTSC auto selection
• Integrated 32 channel diversity receiver with two SMA antenna ports
• Autosave settings after power off
• Joystick controlled OSD menu items
• 3 position harness head strap
• Mini HDMI Port
• Supports current AV cabling (AV IN and AV OUT)
• Audio Port
• Micro USB Port for firmware upgrades
Screen Size: 5.5” LCD
Resolution: 1280x720p resolution
Display Ratio: 16:9 / 4:3
FOV: 4:3 FOV = 39 degrees, 16:9 FOV = 48 degrees
Video Format Supported: PAL or NTSC auto selection
Magnification: 2.5X binocular magnifier
Receiver: 32 Channel Diversity including race band
Working Voltage: DC input 7- 13V, email@example.comV (RF mode) / firstname.lastname@example.orgV (AV mode)
Working environment: -20~60 degrees celsius
Operating Language: English Only
Input Voltage: 7~13V DC
Weight: 403g (not including battery)
1 x Quanum Genesis Goggle (including diversity receiver and 2.5 binocular magnification)
1 x Battery (7.4volts, 1000mAh)
2 x Antenna
1 x Battery Extension Cable
1 x Manual
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 CH5 CH6 CH7 CH8
Fat Shark/IRC: 5740 5760 5780 5800 5820 5840 5860 5880 MHz
RaceBand: 5658 5695 5732 5769 5806 5843 5880 5917 MHz
Band A: 5865 5845 5825 5805 5785 5765 5745 5725 MHz
Band E: 5705 5685 5665 5645 5885 5905 5925 5945 Mhz
Unit Weight (g)
they came in 3 days crazy good time shipping! first i tried a surveilzone super HAD 600tvl it gave a crazy image so now i bought 2 fatshark cams the 600tvl and 960tvl cmos they work perfectly! cmos has a much faster frame rate so lower latency.
anyway the new 960 has awesome light changing abilities. there seems to be no delay no latency i can detect. thought id share. im going to try them out flying now as all testing thus far has been stationary indoors. using the 600mw and the air blade lhcp and 5 turn helical lhcp tx i don't think i will have any issues.
happy fpv-ing guys!Las gafss son casi perfectas. Por problema de presbicia veo las imágenes desenfocada y sin posibilidad de corregir. Hay algún tipo de lente correctora para ello? En mis quanum v2 utilizaba gafas de cerca para elloImpressive Image. I have testet it with the Fatshark TVL600 camera and 4:3 Screen Setting and a 14dbi Patch Antenna and Fatshark CL.
Good presentation of small objects (leaves).
The Fatshark battery has a built-in Balancer. I dont linke this.Goggles had arrived at a house, so it was taken out of the box.
I had a rather big bruise on the lens. To the monitor.
I found making to be rough.
Before using, I feel a little ill.