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Old 12-14-2017, 05:55 AM
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Hello all,
Is there a good simple thread that explains all available options and configurations for FPV Goggles that someone can point me to? I want to buy a set but all of the options are confusing...
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Old 12-17-2017, 06:54 PM
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It depends on which route you wanted to go and how much you're wiling to spent. If you're hardcore and you see yourself moving deep into FPV career for the next 5 years or more then a top notch FATSHARK products will do. Else if you're in for short term and spent less the EACHINE EV100 does great bang for buck. High end FPV goggle models offer extra premium features such as "head tracker" sensor which allows you to move the camera in all axis especially if you're fixed wing pilot wanted to view around the environment freely almost in 360 degree vision. I'd recommend you to get any goggle that have head tracking feature because it does huge impact to your FPV enjoyment like in the attached video i flew with my planes below:

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But if you're still confused and have unlimited budget just get the best high end goggle you can find on the market because for an FPV goggle is one of those "one time" hardware investment you'll going to sitck for end of your hobby life. If you bought the wrong goggle you're whole FPV experience will be totally screwed. I own 3x serious FPV goggle for fixed wing flight.
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Thank you, that is usually the advice I take. You get what you pay for. I'll keep you posted.
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Btw i made a review about FPV goggle in this article: https://www.supermotoxl.com/designs-...o-video-goggle
I don't recomended you to get the one mentioned in article because its an old model but some key point mentioned inside should give you rough ideas what you need in latest FPV goggle. Hope you start your FPV soon once your get your google. Good luck.
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