Skyzone SKY02O FPV goggles is a new version of the SKY02. They upgraded the displays to OLED, better built-in receiver and more user-friendly OSD menu. These are perhaps the cheapest OLED FPV Goggles right now, but are they for you?
Skyzone’s latest OLED FPV Goggles, the SKY04X, beats Fatshark HDO2 in many ways. Although they both have the same 1280×960 display offering a massive 46° FOV, the SKY04X has more user-friendly features that are hard to miss.
Spoiler: perhaps the best box style FPV goggles I’ve ever used – the Skyzone & Eachine Cobra Goggles! These are low cost FPV goggles that have a long list of features and great performance, yet keep a relatively compact form factor. Let’s take a look.
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.
One great thing about the Skyzone SKY03S and SKY03O FPV goggles is that you can update the firmware for bug fixes and new features. In this post I will show you how to flash firmware on the SKY03 series goggles.
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.