The FuriousFPV Smart Power Cable is basically a voltage regulator that takes any 3S, 4S, 5S or 6S LiPo, and convert it to 8V. It’s primarily designed for powering Fatshark goggles, but of course it can power just about anything that requires 2S LiPo input, such as your Taranis radio.
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.
I know we have been hearing this too many times, but are the ORQA FPV.ONE Goggles going to be the Fatshark killer? The FPV.ONE is a premium goggles with OLED screens and even more superior specs than the mighty Fatshark HDO.
The Aomway Commander V2 FPV goggles is a long-awaited successor to the V1 released back in 2017. Improvements including better optics and a revised OSD menu. These goggles have similar spec and price to the Dominator HD3 and Skyzone SKY03, is it going to be a competitive choice? Let’s find out.
One great thing about the Skyzone SKY03 FPV goggles is that you can update the firmware easily for bug fixes and new features. In this post I will show you how to flash firmware on the SKY03 goggle.
I don’t normally fly FPV with audio on, but thanks to my friend Gianpa’s generous gift – I am going to check out the TBS Steele earbud and share my thoughts about this product.
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.
Skyzone released the SKY03 FPV goggles back in February, but they weren’t perfect so they made a recall and tried to fix them. I didn’t get the first one so I am not aware of the previous problems. The 03 goggle I am reviewing is the latest version.
The Fatshark battery case is a convenient holder for 18650 cells. However it’s not designed for charging, and you have to take the 18650 batteries out of the case to charge them. It’s quite annoying so I decided to modify the case so that I can plug it straight into the charger for charging.
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.
My favorite FPV Goggles receiver firmware, Achilles, is finally making their own diversity RX module! I really like the performance of the firmware, and now there are some really exciting new features in this module so I am really looking forward to testing it.
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.