FPV Video Systems
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There is a lot to like about these goggles: They are the most comfortable (for me) with a very intuitive user interface, they have the lowest possible latency for HDZero, They are excellent for analog as well as HDZero and even offer 100 fps for the Walksnail VRX.
RunCam HDZero Nano90 Camera
This camera provides race winning performance for the HDZero system with 90fps and the lowest latency of any video link available today. It also supports 720p60 for higher resolution and has great low light performance.
DJI FPV Goggles V2
If you are looking to get into DJI FPV at a lower price point these goggles offer large LCD screens and the option to fit aftermarket antennas.
DJI Goggles 2
If you are flying DJI FPV and want the best experience these goggle bring OLED screens, a lighter weight, and a nicer user interface to the DJI ecosystem.
The DJI O3 system pushes digital FPV in a new direction. Here the focus is onboard recording and image quality at the expense of latency. It is a great looking system, some pilots are reporting issues with vibration sensitivity of the IMU used for electronic image stabilisation, hopefully this will be resolved in a future firmware update.
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Walksnail Avatar Digital HD FPV Goggles w/ Patch Antennas
These goggles from Caddx offer a premium experience with the Walksnail system: 100fps, OLED screens, and a comfortable fit (for me at least). The navigation joystick for the in goggle menus can be a little imprecise.
Walksnail Avatar 1S VTX
A smaller and lighter version of the Avatar VTX. There is a version with the standard Nano camera and a LITE version with an even lighter board and camera. It only works up to 5V though so you'll need a 5V 2A BEC if you're running 2S batteries!