new to F210 3d .. need best choice range goggle

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    Hi all
    I spent too long time in rc cars... very very long, could be the 2nd worldwide for the the time I spent in the hobby. last year I went on drone rc world, and recently I bought the f210 3d . it looks very nice and fun too.
    it comes with everything I guess except the fpv google.

    I read many post about these goggles, now to ask those know better than me in the field :
    what is the best fpv goggle that is compatible with the f210 3d with best range possible ?
    need some help here before buying .
    Thanks guys

     
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    I use the SkyZone goggles. I prefer them to Fatshark.

    If you want to use Fatshark you will need to replace the TX in your 210 to the 40Ch version. And chnage the antenna to RHCP.

    The range is about the same for all goggles.

    The high end Skyzones come with Diversity as does the high end Fatsharks.

    So they both support the use of different antenna on the goggles.

    The range is going to depend on the antenna combination you select.

    I would recommend a Mushroom and a patch.

    Cheers

    The primary reason for my preference for Skyzones is the Camera on them that allows you a local view without removing the goggles. Plus their support of 3D camera and dual Transmitter that are included with the goggles.

    You aint seen nothing until you see flying in 3D.

    Brian

    Skyzone SKY02S V+ 3D 5.8G 40CH FPV Goggles With Transmitter Camera Head Tracking HDMI DVR

    If you get one of these get white. The black gets hot in the sun.
     
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    thanks for the advice Brian ..
    i'm still too new for this hobby , still got some questions..
    Does the flysky high end goggle you use got an a built in battery ?
    Also how do you compare it to the walkera goggle 3 ?
    are they both have built in battties and are they both plug and play ?
     
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    None of the binocular goggles have built in batteries that I am aware of.

    I use SkyZone not FlySky?

    The Walkera Goggle 3 does not support.
    • Race band.
    • Diversity Antenna
    • 3D FPV cameras. Just supports watching 3D movies.
    • Diopters for Short sighted users.
    I use the Fatshark Battery packs. They fit nicely into the headband.

    Not sure what you mean by plug and play in this context.

    You set the goggle channel and band to the same as the model and you get video.

    Like tuning in to a TV channel.

    Cheers Brian
     
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    Thank you Brien .. you enlightened me this day so much .
    I meant by plug n play that if it can direct tuned with my f210 without any additional parts replacment . I think you answered this also .
    Ok , is there also an fpv minitor that suitable or can be used as alternative of the goggles ?

    I just watched some of these displays but not sure if there's some models that can be used with the f210 if i one day want to use it as a replacement of the goggle .

    Thanks Brien , you helped me a lot
     
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    Hay Brian
    i'm now close to get fpv monitor.. i read and you thankfully advised me to upgrade the antenna for it ..

    I read that the stock walkera f210 3d antenna is LHCP , do i must to buy the upgrade antenna LHCP version too ?

    Not sure if the stock trx antenna of the f210 d3 is really LHCP .

    Please advise , i'm thinking to buy patch & mashroom antennas for the fpv.
    Need to know if it must be LHCP or RHCP
     
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    Hey there, bjr981s. I currently have a 210 3D in the mail to me along with the Fatshark Dominator V3 goggles. My understanding is that the Fatsharks only require a Beta band receiver to hook up with the 210. Is that not the case? I'm a total noob to this hobby.
     

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