I had to replace the DVR board inside my Fatshark HDO, so I thought I should document my process of opening up the plastic housing to access the electronic hardware. It’s also interesting to see the inside of a Fatshark FPV goggles :)
The two most popular top end FPV Goggles are no doubt the Fatshark HD3 and HDO. Since the release of the HDO, I have been asked many times if it’s worth the extra cost to upgrade over the HD3. I have used both for a while now, so I will compare the two and try to help you decide which is more suitable for you.
The Fatshark HDO FPV Goggles is the latest model from the company in 2018. The new HDO Goggle is the first to use OLED screens, hence the name “HDO“. Fatshark claims the new display technology provides better image quality which we will hopefully find out in this review, along with some other interesting new features.
In this review we will check out the latest product from Fatshark – the Fatshark 101 Drone Training System. It’s basically a starter kit that comes with the quadcopter, FPV Goggles and radio transmitter, and it’s ready to fly out of the box.
By adding a LED On/Off switch power button to your Fatshark FPV Goggles, you no longer need to unplug your battery to turn if off :) The LED switch looks awesome and you also know immediately if your goggles is powered on to avoid over-discharging your battery.
George Chatzisavvidis is very kind to share with us how he enabled OSD menu for the Fatshark Diversity module and goggles button support, by adding a minimOSD.
In this article we are comparing the Fatshark Dominator V3 with HD3 goggles in terms of spec and user experience.
Mischa showed us how he upgraded his Attitude V2 Goggles with a Diversity video receiver module, that is designed for the Fatshark Dominator V2/V3/HD. He also added a faceplate on this pair of goggles.