The Fieldview 888 monitor is the perfect partner for FPV users or any other form of videography. It is great for outdoors as it has a very bright image and LED backlit screen which is fully adjustable and the monitor is supplied with its own foldable screen shroud for optimal viewing.
One of the most important features of this monitor for FPV users is that if the signal gets weak it does not switch to the "blue screen". This allows you to fly much further without losing the image, when there is no video input the monitor just shows static, it never turns blue.
• 8.0 inch HD Display with 450cd/m Brightness
• Ideal for use with FPV
• No "Blue Screen" due to weak signal input
• 800 x 480 Resolution Display
• LED Backlight
• 16:9 Display Ratio
• 500:1 Contrast Ratio
• Supports video formats: NTSC M, PAL M, NTSC BG, PAL N,
NTSC DK, PAL DK, PAL 1, SECAM BG
• Anti-Glare Surface Treatment
• Foldable Screen Shroud for outdoor use
Dimensions: 208 x 145 x 33mm
Resolution: 800 x 480 pixels
Display Ratio: 16:9
Viewing Angle: 70°/ 70° (L/R) 50°/ 70° (U/D)
Input Voltage: DC 6 ~ 18V
Input Signal: Video, Audio
Power Consumption: 6W
Working Temperature: -20°C ~ 60°C
Storage Temperature: -30°C ~ 70°C
Installation: 1/4"- 20 thread and VESA mounting socket (75mm)
Speaker: Built in, 1 Watt
Certificate: CE, FCC, Rohs
Included in box:
8.0 inch HD Monitor
Outdoor Screen Shroud
DC 12V Power Supply
I bought this thing because it said that it was a HD monitor. The only problem is the monitor isn't actually HD because it doesn't support HD input. The yellow RCA cable is not capable of carrying a HD signal. There is a place where a HDMI cable input could have been installed, but they didn't install it and instead covered it up with a black sticker. The product would be fine for people who aren't trying to supply picture from a HD signal, but calling this a HD monitor is lying. It might have the hardware to handle HD video, but it can't take HD input. I am very dissatisfied that the product does not match the description. In my opinion, you are paying for HD hardware without getting HD functionality.Very nice monitor, sharp picture quality even in bright daylight. Best size monitor you can get for the money at this point. Comes with a powersupply that is handy to test things out around the house, but in the field I simply use a older 3S lipo that has voltage drop on higher load. Simply set it up on a tripod and connect a reciever. I like this better than those smaller screens with build-in recievers.Me llego defectuoso, y no funcionaba tras poner una reclamacin con un vdeo mostrando que no funcionaba, me reintegraron el importe, he visto funcionar otro igual y la calidad de imagen es buenathe biggest monitor for the price. great if you only need a monitor and dont have a lot of money but still want a big screenBought this monitor for fpv a while ago.I just want to say the screen is bright
and clear even in broad daylight.I'm using this monitor with a $2000 Quad.
So I trust the quality of the video.Will buy again for another Quad I am
building.Awesome price! Great little monitor for FPV.