Interactive FPV goggle comparison chart found above! Click on each row above to find the latest price on Amazon or Banggood
Use our chart above to compare the latest FPV goggles then read on to learn what we consider the best FPV goggles for beginners, racers, elite racers upgrading to the Connex Prosight HD-FPV system and pilots flying DJI drones (Phantom, Mavic Pro or Inspire). If you’re planning to purchase Fat Shark goggles, we’ve also included two tables at the end of article to including additional required components.
Best Beginner FPV Goggles: Eachine EV100R…
With the EV100, Eachine have created a great value FPV goggle that also breaks new ground. A featherweight 166g (without battery), the EV100 is 14g lighter than the Aomway Commander (best Racing FPV goggle) and 84g lighter than Fat Shark HD2 goggles. The EV100 features an in-built fan to prevent fogging and introduces a long sought-after feature – vision adjustment for each eye, giving you the crispest picture available independent of your visual status.
With smaller dual screens than more premium goggles, the EV100 provides a slightly less immersive experience but avoids the nausea sometimes experienced with cheaper single-screen box-goggles. The EV100 lacks true receiver diversity, instead opting for inexpensive antenna diversity to help improve signal quality. Nonetheless, at $160, the EV100 is the best value ‘goggle’ currently available. For more detail, watch a hands-on video review of the EV100 by UAVfutures below.
Review by UAVfutures...
Best Racing FPV Goggles: Aomway Commander
With the Commander, Aomway have created a goggle that beats Fat Shark at their own game (for all but the most elite racers). The Commander features a built-in fan to minimise fogging and minimal light leakage, both of which maximise detail. The commander also features receiver diversity with both circular polarised and patch antennas, which help to minimise signal disruption and again maximise detail.
Resolution is higher than both the cheaper Eachine EV100 and more expensive Fat Shark goggles, providing a more immersive experience. Unlike the more expensive Fat Shark goggles, you do not need to purchase a separate receiver module or dual antenna’s but you will need to purchase a separate 2-4S battery to power the goggles (see our 4S battery guide HERE). For more detail, watch a hands-on video review of the Commander by UAVfutures and Joshua Bardwell below.
Review by UAVfutures
Review by Joshua Bardwell
Best Connex HD-FPV or DJI FPV Goggles: Avegent Glyph
The unconventional Avegent Glyph goggles have been described as a ‘revelation’ by DJI drone pilots; their unique design allows you to flick your eyes up or down, quickly switching between FPV and line-of-site flying. The Glyph also excels in combination with the up-and-coming Connex Prosight system, a 720p (HD) FPV system adopted for the 2017 MultiGP Drone Racing Championship (find out more HERE).
The Glyph can accommodate vision adjustments between +1 and -7 diopters – should your vision fall outside this range, we would recommend the Skyzone SJV01 goggles, which can accommodate reading glasses. Please note – if you plan to purchase the Glyph for your DJI drone, you will need an additional DJI HDMI module to receive FPV footage.
Upgraded Aerials (for further options click HERE)
|Pair (Rx & Tx)||12g||$10||AMAZON|
|Pair (Rx & Tx)||11g||$11 (Amazon)||Buy on Amazon|
|Pair (Rx & Tx)||17g||$14||AMAZON
|Pair (Rx & Tx)||12g||$35||AMAZON|
|Team Black |
|Pair (Rx & Tx)||11.5g||$40||AMAZON|
|Team Black |
|Single (Rx only)||18g||$13||AMAZON|
|Single (Rx only)||46g||$14||AMAZON
|Single (Rx only)||7g||$26||AMAZON
*Flat antenna are used for FPV goggles with a diversity receiver module. Higher dBi ratings indicate a higher range.
Receiver Modules for Fat Shark Goggles