This table is only present to allow you to compare more easily the Best FPV Goggles Black Friday Deals for immersion but a test by yourself will allow you to really make your choice.
Indeed, everyone does not have the same face morphology and therefore some glasses will not suit everyone. We therefore really advise you to go to events and test the pilots’ Best FPV Goggles Black Friday Deals to get an idea.
5 Best FPV Goggles Black Friday Deals
- LS – 009 3 inches 480 x 320 Pixel Display 5.8GHz 40CH Mini FPV Goggles
- EACHINE EV800D FPV Goggles with DVR 5.8G 40CH 5 Inch 800×480 Diversity Video Headset Build-in Battery
- Fat Shark Recon V3 FPV Goggles
- ARRIS EV800 5 Inches 800×480 FPV Goggles Video Glasses 5.8G 40CH Raceband Auto-Searching Build-in Battery
- DJI Goggles Racing Edition 1080P HD Digital Video FPV Racing Goggles Drone World, Black
What Are The Points To Look Out For When Choosing Fpv Goggles?
First of all, and as I wrote to you in the introduction, I absolutely advise you to test them. The shape of the “mask” that will rest against your face may let in light or may not be comfortable at all.
Then for those like me who have sight problems, some glasses can allow you to insert corrective lenses but others not.
Then, to come to the numbers and to give you the best choice, some data in the table is more important to you than others. Each person is unique and everyone is looking for something that fits the best.
How to choose your glasses or FPV helmet
Before choosing, one should understand the difference between a pair of goggles and an immersion helmet. First of all, immersion is totally different between the two.
As for the helmets, you have a large FOV, which gives a strong feeling of immersion with an impression of being very close to the screen. For FPV glasses, it’s the opposite, you can of course find several FOVs depending on the glasses but you will have the impression of being far from the screens.
The definition of the screen (s) will allow you to obtain a more or less good image quality.
For example, the FatShark Attitude V5 glasses have two 640 x 400-pixel screens which give a resolution of 256,000 pixels, while the Fatshark Scout FPV headset has a screen of 1136 x 640 pixels or 727,040 pixels. The image will therefore be of better quality on the Scout screen.
The advantages of the helmet:
The helmets have a very often unbeatable price-performance ratio. Indeed, their price is often lower than a pair of FPV glasses.
A second positive point for headsets, their video quality is very good and offers you an impressive immersion thanks to the screen which is very close to your eyes.
The third point to the advantage of the helmet, many options are generally present such as a RaceBand receiver and an HDMI port, but also the possibility of wearing your glasses as with the Fatshark Scout.
The disadvantages of the helmet:
It is obvious that a helmet is bulkier than a pair of glasses and it will therefore be more difficult to transport or store.
The weight of these is obviously greater than a pair of glasses, for comparison a pair of FatShark HDO weighs 186g while the EAchine EV800D headset weighs 362g. As a result, some pilots complain about the weight, which after several hours of driving, can be felt.
The quality of finish of the helmets is good, but the plastics can be of lower quality on entry-level helmets.
For pilots wishing to enjoy 3D, they will not be able to use a helmet since this technology requires having two screens, in order to achieve this visual effect.
The advantages of glasses:
FPV goggles have greater comfort than the helmet and adapt more easily to different face shapes since they are thinner. This comfort is also linked to the lightness of the glasses that you can keep longer without being hampered by their weight.
As we said previously, the glasses have two screens and are therefore very often compatible with the 3D technology that you will find in particular on the Skyzone SKY02 V2 – 3D.
Using a Head Tracker module allows you to take advantage of a gyro sensor in your glasses. Thus, moving your head makes your camera “move” if it is mounted on 3 axes.
The disadvantages of glasses:
The price, often much higher than for a helmet. This is justified by the technologies used and the miniaturization of on-board electronics.
The inability to use eyeglasses can be annoying for FPV pilots. A remedy, however, possible by using FatShark myopia lenses otherwise it will be necessary to order specific lenses on the internet. We can advise you on sites like FPV-Vision ( http://fpv-vision.com/ ) or RHO-Lens ( http://rho-lens.com/rho-lens-fpl-v2/ ) which offers lenses correction for myopic, astigmatic and hyperopic.