PARROT BEBOP 2 FPV – GOGGLES IN-FLIGHT REVIEW



A visitor who viewed a previous video asked if the Bebop goggles provided as sharp an image as the Bebop camera. The answer is No. But this video should give you a close comparison between the two. A better screen recorder on my smartphone would have done the goggles more justice.

Being able to switch back-and-forth between FPV and visual is a super idea in my opinion.

16 Replies to “PARROT BEBOP 2 FPV – GOGGLES IN-FLIGHT REVIEW”

  1. Charles Hock

    Can't say I've seen or heard the answer to this question…
    If one flies the bebop2 in Flightplan mode over flat treeless land at a height of say, 100 feet and heads towards and flies over a dense forest of trees of say 80 feet in height (no hills involved in this scenario).
    Will the drone stay at the pre programmed 100 feet, or will it ascend to a revised altitude of 100 feet above the forest height? Resulting in the drone then flying at 180 feet above the takeoff position.!

  2. Tank 62

    Good morning, I see that you have someone with you as you fly FPV, that is awesome cause each time I try it by my self, I get so parinod I don't consintrat on flying.

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