Goggles 4 any good?

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    I'm new to the sport and really want to take it further.
    Been flying my f210 and now the Rodeo which is great little quad love it!
    Thinking of buying some goggles everybody in the world seem to use Fatshark ?
    But are walkera goggle 4 any good ?
    Could somebody give me some advice?

    cheers Jamie
     
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    The Goggle 4 is a good unit as long as you don't wear glasses and is a good price. Both Short and Long vision

    The Goggle 4 does not support replaceable diopter lenses like the Fatsharks and Skyzones

    If you wear glasses you would need to try before you buy.

    This will be the same for all single screen goggles.

    For the Fatsharks and Skyzones if you wear reading glasses they are fine. But for those that have distance vision problems you will need to buy a diopter pack. These come with -2, -4 and -6 lens pairs, so if your eyes are different you can install different lenses for your right and left eye.

    SkyZones are 100% compatible with Walkera VTXs, Fatshark is only compatible if you install a Beta band RX in the Goggles. And only some Fatshark goggles support replaceable modules.

    The Walkera Goggle 3 is good and obviously compatible but too expensive for its feature set. Its 3D but only for watching 3D Movies from the HDMI port. i don't know about Diopter Support.

    Also the front camera is a feature of the SkyZones that is very useful and they also support real 3D using dual cameras and a Dual Channel VTX.

    The Skyzones are restricted to 2 axis Head tracking (Pan Tilt) the others support 3 axis (Pan, Tilt, Roll).

    Cheers Brian


    Note,

    Anyone that wears glasses should try before you buy. And confirm the the Goggles support Diopter lenses if you do wear glasses.

    Here is a link to the Fatshark / Szone Diopter lenses for reference.

    Fatshark FPV Goggles Diopter Lens Set of -2 -4 -6 Corrective Lenses
     
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    Cheers for the reply Brian ;]
     

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