The time has finally come for the widely anticipated Zeiss Cinemizer OLED goggles to be available from our US based FPV store GetFPV.com for the price of $749. GetFPV is offering the Cinemizer OLED goggles with free world-wide shipping and a 50% discount on our popular fpvmanuals Cinemizer OLED ski goggle mod. The Cinemizers ship within 24 hours of ordering.
After the pre-order period, the fpvmanuals Cinemizer OLED mod kit will be available as an accessory, but will no longer be free. The Cinemizer OLED goggles will likely ship at the end of October.
A few tips to assemble the Cinemizer OLEDs with the fpvmanuals mod kit once you receive it:
- To remove the temples, take all the outside plastic off carefully. It’s held on by little slots in the plastic and some glue.
- The temples are held on by long metal pins that you have to push out with a long, straight, small object.
- To get to the hinge openings that lets you push this pin out, you have to open the core goggles. Everything is held together by little plastic snap fits.
- The temples have small PCBs that contain the audio plugs for the headphone. Be careful not to damage the thin cables.
- Once you have the temples removed, test fit the goggles in the Delrin lens. Make minor adjustments with sandpaper to get a perfect fit.
- Once the goggles fit into the Delrin, hold the lenses in place with some tape.
- IMPORTANT: Now wear the ski goggles to see if the cinemizers are positioned ok. Feed some signal into the goggles so you can see the image. Check for distance to your eyes and angle. If it does not feel right, adjust it and re-test.
- Once you’re sure that the cinemizers fit well for you to see the image, use more tape to secure the cinemizers.
- Now use Sugru on the inside to secure the Cinemizers and block any light that is coming through the cracks.
- Let the Sugru cure for at least 30 hours. I know that’s long, but if you don’t wait long enough and the Sugru is still too soft, the Cinemizers will shift and you have to start over.
- Once cured, come up with a way to attach the headphone plugs to the side of the ski goggles. I used Hot-Glue, but that’s not perfect. Maybe some CA… needs more testing.
- Now (and not before), remove the top foam of the goggles and then attach the felt. I used Welders glue, which worked great.