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Moverio BT-300FPV Smart Glasses (FPV/Drone Edition)

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FPV reimagined — bringing augmented reality to the skies.

The perfect complement to your DJI™ drone, Moverio BT-300FPV smart glasses redefine First-person View (FPV), with a transparent display that makes it easy to view your drone’s video feed and key flight statistics, while keeping the aircraft in sight. This innovative display delivers real-time footage that doesn’t block your view. This helps to ensure a safe, distraction-free flight experience. A DJI-compatible accessory, the BT-300FPV includes custom clips to securely hold the BT-300FPV controller to the DJI remote, a dark lens shade, and the DJI GO App (preloaded). Ultra light and comfortable, the BT-300FPV delivers the perfect solution for next-generation flight experiences.

  • Model: V11H756020F
Our Price :
$799.00
Moverio BT-300FPV Smart Glasses (FPV/Drone Edition) is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 5.
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  • Maintain a clear line of sight — transparent display allows drone pilots to see key flight statistics, while still maintaining visual line of sight with the aircraft
  • DJI-compatible accessory — controller comes preloaded with DJI’s popular DJI GO App
  • Easily record your drone in flight — front-facing camera captures real-time 1080p footage (at 30 fps) of your drone in flight, from the pilot’s point of view
  • Light, comfortable fit — world’s lightest Si-OLED-powered, binocular, transparent smart glasses1, only 2.5 oz/69 g; easy to wear, even for extended periods of time
  • Good visibility in bright sunlight — includes an extra-dark shade so there’s no need for a hood; maintain visual line of sight with your drone, even in sunny environments
  • Custom clips to hold the controller in place — securely holds the BT-300FPV controller to the DJI remote (works with Phantom™ 3, 4 and Inspire™ 1 remotes)
  • Android-based system — easily browse the Web, play games and stream content (does not support the Google Play™ store or other Google® Mobile Services)
  • Prescription glasses-friendly — fits over a wide range of prescription eyewear
  • Portable — rechargeable battery (in controller) offers up to six hours of battery life2; built-in card slot supports removable microSDHC cards up to 32GB
  • Future-ready — motion sensors, front-facing high-resolution camera and the ability to render 3D content will enable developers to build next-generation flight experiences
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great way to fly drones After using the Moverio BT-300 glasses, other FVP goggles, phones and iPad as visual control devices with Phantom 4 and Mavic Pro, for many flights the Moverio glasses are my preferred device. The ability to see both the drone in flight and what the camera is seeing is great. On the down side, the glasses Android version needs to be updated to a later version, preferably at least 6.0 so more apps can be used with the glasses, ie, DronePrix AR, etc. I had a map app working originally, but now cannot get one to work, this is an overall problem not being able to use standard Play Store apps. Also, since the glasses were developed with DJI it would be great if the DJI GS Pro app would work with the glasses so pre-planned flights could be done, it's for this type of flight, as well as DronePrix AR flights, that I'm relegated to using iPad or phone with other FPV goggles.
Date published: 2017-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product after some setup Configuring the Epson BT-300 with the DJI GO app took a little bit of time for me. Not as easy as setting up GO on a tablet. Once configured the glasses are easy to use, provide a good pilot experience, and make for simple photography. Pros 1. Good field of view 2. New piloting experience 3. Lightweight and comfortable Cons 1. Needs native HDMI port 2. Sore neck from constantly watching sky and no longer looking at controller
Date published: 2017-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mavic Pro I bought the Moverio BT-300 to fly with my Mavic Pro. I use my quad professionally so needed a solution that allowed me to comply with the FAA VLOS guidance. It took a bit of work to get the device working perfectly (there's a Maps hack on the Moverio FB group); but now I couldn't imagine going back to my phone.
Date published: 2017-06-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Inspire 1 drone pilot. Have been using the product for over a month for flying my DJI INSPIRE 1 drone. It took me about 1/2 hr to get use to focus between the head up display(HUD) of all the control and the line of sight of the drone. Once my visual and my brain adapted to the smart glass it was then I enjoy the reason I purchase the Moverio BT-300FPV. This unit is not only lightweight and compact but is also useful as a cinematic for watching movies and surfing the web. I am still trying out it usage for drone racing and it looks way cooler than the bulky ones out in the market. Best investment I made.
Date published: 2017-05-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Welcome to the future of flight I have owned these since December. I have the developer version which is the same as the FPV version here. These are truly a huge advancement in monitoring your DJI drone flights. The glasses are comfortable and the si-OLED display is outstanding. There is a learning curve in viewing with these as you much train your eyes to see this amazing display while keeping your flying in the distance in view much the same as viewing a site and distant target when target shooting with a gun. I would give the BT 300 5 stars if it were not for a couple of issues that need to be addressed. Currently (March 29, 2017) there are huge latency issues with the DJI GO App which makes them unusable if you fly an Inspire 1 Pro v2. I am currently waiting for the fix. The GO 4 works fine. Then there is the fact that you can't load any 3rd party flight controller or information apps such as Litchi, Hover, Airflight, Drone Deploy etc which then makes this a really expensive and fragile monitor and doesn't help to eliminate gear in the field. It actually adds to your gear list since you will need a tablet to control and monitor those apps aside from the glasses. You can't use the glasses together with an iPad or Android device at the same time so if you use other tools you are switching them out risking damage to these REALLY expensive glasses / monitors. Overall this is an amazing tool but needs to be much more versatile in my opinion.
Date published: 2017-03-29
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Notes:

1 Compared to competitive devices with similar features as of July 2016. Moverio BT-300 weight (glasses only): 2.5 oz (69 g).

2 Battery life may vary considerably depending on applications used, device settings (for example, wireless on or off, brightness setting), and temperature.
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