Imagine Fatshark released a new goggles even before Orqa could get their FPV.ONE out of the door. Well, that might be happening! Fatshark just announced their next FPV goggles, the HDO2.
The Anti-fog fan in Fatshark’s FPV goggles is primitive, so I decided to upgrade mine. You’d be able to switch on and off the fan whenever you want, and it supports higher voltage input and adjustable fan speed.
Now I know why Fatshark wouldn’t upgrade their built-in DVR, because they wanted you to buy the better DVR separately :D Joke aside, we will check out this PowerPlay DVR from ImmersionRC, a new gadget designed for for FPV Goggles.
Let’s talk about the DJI digital FPV system, why I think you should or shouldn’t get it. I will skip all the specs and basic stuff which you can look up on the product page and manual, and get straight into the user experience side of things.
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 :)
Skyzone finally released their first OLED FPV goggles – the SKY03O! It uses 1024×768 OLED display panels, with a FOV of 35°. The SKY03O FPV goggles also improved on face-plate and foam pads for better fit and minimized light leak.
Let’s give your Fatshark goggles a fresh new look this summer with these colourful URUAV straps and foam padding :) I couldn’t resist buying when I saw them. Apparently they also fit the Eachine EV100 according to other reviews.
In this ImmersionRC Rapidfire module review, we will go over the features and take a closer look at the build quality. We will also test it against other popular FPV Goggles receiver module for video quality and performance.
FuriousFPV released a teaser video on a new product: the True-D X module for the Fatshark FPV goggles. They hinted the “True-D X” would have better hardware, software and overall performance compared to the True-D 3.8.