FPV GOGGLES

SkyZone Sky02C or X

~ $260 (USD)

Best value in the market today! Great quality with everything you need. You can even upgrade them (if you want) with a SkyZone Module adaptor that allows you to plug in an external receiver module like the ImmersionRC rapidFIRE module. Looking for your first set of compact-style FPV goggles under $300? This is it!

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SkyZone Sky03O (OLED)

~ $400 (USD)

And . . . these are the best value OLED FPV goggles in the market today! Arguably better quality screen display than those other "more well-known" OLED goggles and $100 cheaper (20% less)! Can use the same SkyZone Module Adaptor as you can with the Sky02Cs to "upgrade" with an external rapidFIRE or similar module (although you most likely won't need to!)

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SkyZone Module Adaptor

~ $10 (USD)

Add your favorite receiver module to your goggles with this simple and inexpensive module bay adaptor. Now you can use rapidFIRE, Foxeer Wildfire, or other external receiver module with your Skyzone (and other) compatible goggles! For $10, why not!?!

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FXT Viper V2

~ $180 (USD)

Less eye strain than with Eachine EV800Ds due to integrated refractor design. Diversity with built-in DVR. External battery which allows for simply swapping batteries with another fully-charged one.

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Eachine EV800D

~ $100 (USD)

Has been the "standard" of box goggles for years. Great picture quality! Diversity and DVR. Removable display which works great as a workbench display when you're ready to upgrade to compact-style goggles. Even has a tripod 1/4 inch screw mount on the bottom. Internal battery requires charging.

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Hawkeye Little Pilot VR

~ $105 (USD)

These work great (especially for the price)! No DVR in goggles, so if you want to capture your flight videos, you'll need to do so onboard the quadcopter with an onboard DVR (if your quadcopter has room for an extra board). You can get an onboard DVR like the Runcam DVR for around $18 (USD). Can also use while wearing glasses.

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ImmersionRC rapidFIRE Receiver Module

~ $150 (USD)

First of all, this is not necessary. It IS very "nice to have." Regarded as simply the best receiver module on the market. Yes, it DOES make a difference when flying in areas prone to multipath interference. Goes great with the Skyzone goggles mentioned above with the Skyzone Module Adaptor! I know, this is my current setup with the Skyzone 03O's! Married with the Skyzone 03O's you'll have the best-value analog goggles with both the best resolution AND best reception!

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