Interactive CLICK the table for product pages. For a more detailed field-of-view (FOV) FPV Goggle Comparison between FPV goggles click HERE. All FPV ‘true’ goggles (top) feature adjustable interpupillary distance (IPD) and listed weight excludes antenna & receiver modules. All FPV box goggles (bottom) support both 16:9 & 4:3 aspect ratios. DJI Goggles (but not DJI Race Goggles) have a built-in 2.4 GHz receiver compatible with DJI quadcopters but require an external 4.8 GHz receiver for quadcopters using conventional 4.8 GHz video transmitters. Data was sourced from product descriptions.
FPV and racing drone goggles have a major influence on the quality of your FPV experience and are also one of the most significant investments required to get up and flying. Therefore its particularly important to choose the right FPV and racing drone goggle.
Our FPV Goggle Comparison matrix is designed to point you towards FPV and racing drone goggles that include the feature or features most important to you. Perhaps you’re a glasses wearer who needs a bigger goggle, a budget conscious buyer looking for a value option, or maybe you want to use your goggles with other devices and require an HDMI input.
If time allows, make sure to watch head-to-head FPV Goggle Comparison by UAVfutures and Drone Camps RC, the latter based upon 10 years of flying experience. If you want to learn more about FPV and racing drone goggles before taking the plunge, check out the All About Multirotor Drone FPV Goggle and Monitors guide.