Best 5 FPV Goggles

Hello and welcome to another great article here on DroneBlog. Today we bring you something that may interest beginners and experts in FPV (First Person View) drone flying! We bring you the best FPV goggles in the market. These goggles will enhance your flight experience, allowing you to watch in real-time HD live video of whatever your drone is watching. This is extremely fun and useful for FPV drone racing, aerial exploring, or even casual flying. These goggles are mainly used for professional or amateur drone racing (both indoor and outdoor), however you can also use it for a much more immersive drone experience. Without further due let’s review the Best 5 FPV Goggles currently in the market. Keep in mind we have taken into consideration both price and quality of the product.

5- Quanum DIY

Quanum DIY
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This is the best quality you can get without spending a lot of money. Quanum DIY will allow you to have a decent FPV flight experience for a very low price. Produced by HobbyKing, Quanum FPV goggles require assembling, hence the DIY (Do It Yourself), this allows the product to be more affordable. If you are looking for a cheap alternative to FPV goggles, Quanum DIY is the product you are looking for.

Specifications and Features:
Monitor screen: NON-Blue screen custom TFT LCD
Screen size: 4.3in (16:9 or 4:3 switchable)
Format: PAL/NTSC supported
Supply voltage: 7~13V
Resolution: 480p
Fresnel lens: 3X and 4X included
Size: 140x95x120mm
Weight: 195g


4- FatShark Spektrum Teleporter V4

FatShark Spektrum Teleporter V4
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Teleporter V4 is one of the cheapest FPV goggles manufactured by FatShark. FatShark is the best FPV goggles manufacturer currently in the market, and Teleporter V4 are their cheap alternative to FPV flying. Keep in mind that although Teleporter V4’s price is considerably lower than Predator and Dominator goggles series, Teleporter is still amazing quality. One of the coolest features of the Teleporter V4 headset is the digital head tracking. This feature allows the pilot to look around without the extra weight and complexity of a mechanical camera gimbal. Special sensors and software in the headset allow the pilot to pan and tilt the Field of View using the fixed-position VA1100 camera. If you wear glasses, don’t worry, this headset accepts a diopter insert to accommodate those who wear glasses.

Specifications and Features:
QVGA 320 x 240 LCD displays
5.8GHz wireless receiver
Spironet RHCP antenna
Digital head tracking for Spektrum FPV cameras
Trainer link head tracking for gimbal controlled cameras
760mAh 7.4V LiPo battery with charge adapter
Lens cloth


3- Arris Skyzone SKY-01S FPV

Arris Skyzone SKY-01S FPV
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Besides manufacturing their own racing drones, Arris also produces their own line of FPV goggles. Skyzone SKY-01S FPV goggles are one of the most bought among drone racing enthusiasts. SKY-01S are all-in-one GOGGLES with build- in A/V receiver and virtual real-time large-screen. The images and sound captured by the camera are transmitted via the A/V Transmitter. SKY-01S FPV goggles also have a front camera with a wide-angle camera with 680 x 480 (VAG) resolution. It is extremely useful for the pilot to view around without having to remove the Googles.

Specifications and Features:
IPD Adjustable
Built-in Dual Diversity Receiver
Built-in Wide Angle Front View Camera
Built-in Dual-Axis Head Tracking System
High Resolution: 854 x 480 (WVGA), 1230K Pixels
High Sensitivity 5 Bands Total 40 Channel Receiver
Wide Voltage Support: 7V-28V (2S-6S Lipo Battery)
The goggles have dual 854X480(WVGA) monitors with 1230K Pixels
Head Tracking
These goggles have built-in self-calibrating head tracking that utilizes a gyro.
PPM Channel Setup
Pan Tracking Range Setting


2- FatShark Attitude V3

FatShark Attitude V3
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FatShark Attitude V3 is a slight improvement from the Skyzone SKY-01S FPV goggles. While SKY-01S FPV only uses a 30º FOV (Field of View), FatShark Attitude V3 uses a 32ºFOV. The Attitude V3 also have an interlaced 3D support that literally adds a new dimension to First Person View. This 3D is no gimmick; the depth perception advantage of 3D gives a big advantage over 2D hobbled competitors. FatShark Attitude V3 are comfortable to use even after long periods of use, they have clear bright optics, an integrated head tracker, race band and modular receiver unit.

Specifications and Features:
FOV 32°Diagonal
59-69mm IPD Range (adjustable)
VGA 640 X 480 Display
Support Interlaced 3D
NTSC/PAL Auto Selecting
9DOF 2-axis Head Tracker
Modular Receiver Bay
DC in: 7-13V (2S/3S)
Power Consumption: 2.7W
5.8ghz “RACE” band RX module
9DFO 2 Axis Head Tracker built in (pan/tilt)
7.4V, 1000 mAh battery w/banana charge lead
Zipper Carry Case
Spironet Right Hand Circular Polarised antenna (SMA)


1- FatShark Dominator V3

FatShark Dominator V3
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Dominator’s V1 was released back in 2011. Since than it has quickly developed a reputation as one of the best goggles for FPV flying.  Already known for their incredible versatility of fit, visual quality, and modular ease of use.  The FatShark Dominator V3 goggle features an immersive 16:9 widescreen WVGA display (30ºField of View) for compatibility with HD content and HD digital video links.  Dominator V3 is fully side/side 3D compatible, and allow NTSC/PAL auto switching, even while recording to the built in Digital Video Recorder (DVR) without any interruption. If the power is disconnected or it runs out of battery power, the DVR will automatically save any recorded video. Dominator goggles also support Trinity head tracking as well as the full variety of receiver modules, allowing the pilot to choose the frequency and functions best suited to their needs. FatShark Dominator V3 is currently the best FPV goggles on the market.


Specifications and Features:
Dominator V3 WVGA headset
16:9 widescreen WVGA display (30 degree FOV diagonal)
Supports Interlaced 3D
NTSC/PAL auto switching
Built in Digital Video Recorder (DVR)
DVR will auto-save any recorded video if the is power disconnected
Mini HDMI Display Port
Modular receiver bay
FOV: 30°Diagonal
IPD Range: 57-72mm (adjustable)
Display: WVGA 30 Degree FOV
3D: Supports Side/Side
Format: NTSC/PAL Auto Selecting
Port: HDMI 720p Support
Recording: Integrated Analog DVR (no HDMI recording)
Tracker Bay: Modular Head
Receiver Bay: Modular
Power: DC in: 7-13V (2S/3S)
Power Consumption:  3.6W


Dominator V3 Headset with fan equipped face plate
7.4V, 1800mAh Battery with LED Indicator and charge cable adapter
3m AV Cable
HDMI Cable (Includes Mini to Micro, Mini to Standard HDMI Adapters)
Zipper Carry Case

Are you considering buying a set of FPV goggles? What do you think of these five goggles? Would you advise a different set? Let us know on the comment section below!

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