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PostSubject: Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K Hands-On Review   Wed Oct 31, 2018 11:18 am

I think manufacturers should make these new mirrorless SLR
cameras with Fat shark goggles conectivity,surely it would be
much easier to use than an LCD panel or a tiny viewfinder.
EDIT>>> i do see it has an HDMI output,maybe that will work 
with goggles.


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PostSubject: Re: Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K Hands-On Review   Wed Oct 31, 2018 12:15 pm

Pretty awesome camera with that huge lcd on the back.


muckyman wrote:
I think manufacturers should make these new mirrorless SLR
cameras with Fat shark goggles conectivity,surely it would be
much easier to use than an LCD panel or a tiny viewfinder.
EDIT>>> i do see it has an HDMI output,maybe that will work 
with goggles.


I also had this idea, even before I knew about Fatshark goggles. When out in the bright daylight it is very hard/impossible to see the LCD screen, so yes goggles would be perfect for certain situations. Though I can also think up things that just wouldn't work well with goggles on. But certainly goggles should be part of camera gear, as much as a tripod. Hope they'll come up with somehing like that in the near future.

In theory using FPV goggles could work, but a camera is not exactly a PC. You may need to install software or a driver to use the goggles on a pc, which then can't be done on a camera. Maybe the goggles make use of drivers already present in Windows. There is a small chance it does work anyway, but I'm not sure.
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