I am curious what you mean by them being better without the adapter.I have the cinemizer's and the picture is great, the picture is even better if you do not use an adapter for the hdmi cable. They are hard to find but if you can find a hdmi cable with both ends being type C, and avoid the adapter. One more thing, I would definitely recommend the sun blocking goggle accessory.
Zeiss Cinimizers have individual diopter adjustment guides for each eye, which makes them ideal if you wear glasses, as I do. I also like to wear them without the rubber sunshield so that I can easily push them down to see over them for takeoffs and landings.I am going to take the fpv leap...for those of you who have use/have both - any thoughts? I know there is a large difference in cost. What are the other pros/cons?
Great info and just what I was looking for in this thread!Used cinemizers many times, own Headplays. There is no comparison. The Headplays are in a different league with regards to size of image, quality of image and feeling of immersion.
The cinemizers are like looking at a small TV at the end of a dark tunnel. The Headplays are like being in the cinema.
I've owned many, many different sets of goggles including Dominator HDs, Attitudes, Skyzones etc and they are all crap compared to the Headplays.
Headplays look a little goofy but I don't care about that. They are also about 1/3 the price of the cinemizers.