The Best FPV Goggles to buy in 2017

FPV Goggles have gained immense popularity with time due to their immersive flying experience. FPV Goggle allows you to get the first person view as they have two screens that relay images from the aircraft’s camera. The pilot on the ground is, therefore, able to see all that the drone is seeing. You, therefore, can’t afford to miss out on them if you are into the drone industry. However, the major problem is identifying the best FPV goggles to buy as there are very many in the market today, and they all claim to serve you best.

This guide outlines a review of the best FPV goggles which you should buy

Fatshark Dominator V3

Fat Shark Dominator V3 FPV Goggles

 

One of the best FPV Goggles The Dominator V3 come with a 600 by 480 resolution and offer a wide picture experience with FOV at 35 degrees. Other great features include a multi-usage FPV set which includes FPV Fever and DJI. You will comfortably receive clear video transmission from each of them. The goggles also allow flight recording and faster playback of videos. The Dominator V3 supports swappable RF modules that can support 5.8 GHZ, 2.4 GHz, and 1.3 GHZ. They also support head tracking and can receive a transmission from various video transmitters.

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Features:

  • WVGA 800 X 480 Display
  • Support Side/Side 3D
  • NTSC/PAL Auto Selecting
  • HDMI 720p Support

 

Zeiss Cinemizer

Zeiss Cinemizer

 

Zeiss Cinemizer are slick, light and classy goggles that are very comfortable in handling. Among their outstanding features is their impressive 870 by 500 OLED resolution display. Their appearance is also quite attractive. They display quite clear, crisp and bright images as compared to other goggles. Other features include an eye shield and optional head tracking.

However, the only disadvantage is their price is quite exaggerated. You will find quite a number goggles in the market that have similar features but comes at a lower price. If you prefer aesthetics and are prepared to dig deeper into your pockets, then these are the best for you.

Features:

  • Lightweight comfortable design
  • Folding arms for easy storage
  • HDMI, Apple, AV-3.5mm 4 pin input capability
  • Rechargeable Lithium Ion battery

 

FatShark Dominator HD3

FatShark Dominator HD3

 

At a price around $500, you will surely get value for your money with these goggles; they have very excellent features for their price. Among the outstanding features are a built-in DVR, a 50-degree field of view, and a very high resolution of 800 by 600( currently the highest among all FPV goggles). Other features include a 3D support, and a head tracking option.

Features:

• Built in DVR
• Mini HDMI Display Port
• Interlaced 3D supported.
• 16.9 WVGA display
• NTSC/PAL auto switching


 

SkyZone 3D FPV Goggles

SkyZone 3D FPV Goggles

These are very user-friendly goggles that come with a resolution of 854 by 480. Main features include a 2D diversity mode, built-in head tracking, a built-in external camera to get a good glimpse of the surrounding view, and a built-in DVR with playback. Another conspicuous feature is a dual video transmitter and a 3D camera.

Features:

• 3D mode (SCAM302 3D camera and STX202 two-way transmitters required)
• 2D diversity mode
• HDMI in
• Channel auto searching
• Built-in DVR with playback
• Built-in external camera for surrounding view (640X480,VGA)
• Complete plug and play kit


 

Fatshark Base FPV Headset Goggles

Fatshark Base FPV Goggles

Fatshark Base are lightweight goggles that are perfect for anyone who is always on the move. They have a 35-degree FOV that offers a wide view. The only limitation is the lack of a built-in receiver meaning you will need an external VRX. Their display is also not up to the standard required by many people.

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