All of us eager to enjoy a fabulous FPV experience. Well, there are two ways that can help us to achieve: one is to wear goggle, another is through a monitor. Today, i would like to introduce FeelWorld PVR733, a HD FPV monitor, which is perfect for outdoor aerial photography.
FeelWorld PVR733 is in size of 188.4*134*33.7mm, weighing 540g with a built-in battery. The battery comes with large capacity of 2200mAh, which can last for about 2 hours. As you can see from the picture, this monitor has a row of buttons. They are notified with different functions, making our operation easy.
This is the backside of FeelWorld PVR733. You can see that there are multiple inputs and outputs, including HDMI, audio, video, and RF input; video, 3.5mm earphone jack output; DC in and with USB for upgrading TF card slot. All these ports combine to create a multifunctional monitor.
Now, let’s have a look at its view effect. FeelWorld PVR733 offers dot resolution of 800*480, high brightness up to 1000cd/ m², and contrast ratio of 500: 1, integrating to give a clear and comfortable watching experience. This monitor includes a collapsable sunshade, so it is no problem for us to get ideal view effect in almost all the environment. Besides, with the equipped LED backlight, we can still have a clear watch when light is inadequate.
FeelWorld PVR733 adopts 5.8GHz wireless AV receiver, offering 5.8GHz frequency 4 bands and total 32 channels. So even thought the signal is weak, there will still no blue screen. If you long press the “search” button, you can realize auto channel searching function when aerial photography, which is much more convenient.
Last but no least, the DVR function makes FeelWorld PVR733 more appealing. This built-in DVR allows us to record our incoming wireless video to the optional micro SD card. It also supports loop recording, which helps us maintain specific file lengths. By the way, this monitor provides screenshot function. What’s more, with starting motion detection mode, the DVR can also automatically begin recording when a moving object is detected.