In order to get a video output from the DJI goggles you have to attach (and buy) the DJI smart controller to the goggles. I think it's about $700.
The orqas can accept any digital input through that hdmi port, the problem is that DJI stuff doesn't output the signal easily.
you can simply use Fatshark Byte digital FPV system
The perfect solution for OQRA users - is ORQA digital system :) that will be attachable to googles and will be way more usable than DJI "buy only all DJI super-expensive stuff" thing!)
why not? as long as Google have HDMI input, they can show any signal.
Thats why im asking as i have not seen anyone mention the input hdmi on the goggles so i havent pulled the trigger on the goggles as i wasnt sure if these goggles can and do accept hdmi feed. As mentioned before my setup is:
Connex Amimon > HDMI Splitter > Feed 1 : To Screen (Intended use of goggles), Feed 2 : Teradek Bond > To Cloud Streaming Server > 20+ Simultaneous Social Media Channels/Platforms.
ORQA digital system is that really gonna be a thing? I already have the DJI Goggle I am debating for weeks now on getting the ORQA goggles for analog. Anybody know if they are going to come out with a new one?
Oh nice looks like ill just wait for that to happen will definitely get the orqa goggles if that happens. Yea DJI is very proprietary I ORQA can match thier quality.