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I've been using Rvisions for a while now, and am wondering if an upgrade can address that general sense one gets in FPV that, well, you can never see as much as you'd like.

Anyone out there used both Headplay _and_ R-vision?

I'm looking for real-world, real-use info i.e. comparing them for live FPV in brightly-lit spaces with usual FPV cameras.

I know that the extra resolution should make Headplay the better goggles, but issues like brightness, field of view, colour balance, response time, light-tightness, weight (/tightness of headband required!), battery life etc. can also make a big difference in usability.

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