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FPV racing drone goggles have a major influence on the quality of your FPV experience and are also one of the most significant investments required to get up in the air. Therefore its particularly important to choose the right FPV racing drone goggles. Our comparison table (top) is designed to help point you towards FPV racing drone goggles that include the features most important to you.
For mid-priced FPV racing drone goggles, video reviewers Joshua Bardwell and UAVfutures both recommend the Skyzone SKY02X (full video reviews below). The default option for high-level FPV drone racing remains the costly FatShark HDOs, though championship-winning FPV drone racer ‘Racer X‘ has a personal preference for the large screen of the FatShark HD2 T2. For beginners with a limited budget, video reviewer Nick Burns recommends the Eachine VR D3 box goggles. If you decide to purchase FatShark FPV goggles, make sure to check out Joshua Bardwells BEST FAT SHARK FPV RECEIVER guide.
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Interactive CLICK flowchart for product or comparison matrix links. Download printable flowchart HERE. FPV = First person view, PNP = plug and play, which requires you purchase a seperate controller and receiver to plug into the multirotor flight controller then bind, bind & fly quads require you purchase and bind a seperate controller, LiPo = Lithium-polymer, Whoop = 55-75mm size multirotor with a 1S LiPo, Powerwhoop = 75mm whoop with a more powerful 2S LiPo. Cinewhoop = 75mm or above Powerwhoop with HD recording function. Flowcart inspired by Gulzar’s ‘Want to fly quadcopters’ flowchart at FPVfrenzy.