Fat Shark FSV1063 Dominator V3
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- 16:9 WVGA Screen
- 30 degree field of view (FOV)
- Onboard DVR
- Modular bays for receiver and head tracking components
- Receiver sold separately
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The Dominator V3 Headset is the workhorse of FPV racing pros. Supporting up to 720p HDMI or modular analog streams, the Dominator V3 boasts a 30 degree field of view on a 16:9-format WVGA screen. The onboard DVR swaps between NTSC and PAL formats with backup power to write files should the power be disconnected while recording. Modular bays support 1G3, 2G4 and 5G8 band receivers as well as the Trinity head tracker.
For the most immersive experience, an optional 3-Axis Trinity Head Tracker module can be used. The head tracker enables pan, tilt, and roll of an aircraft-mounted FPV camera (sold separately) using the motion of the headset.
The Dominator is fitted a fan faceplate which provides superior comfort and prevents lens fogging.
In order to receive a video downlink from a wireless video transmitter, a receiver module is required. Please note that Fat Shark only guarantees compatibility with NexwaveRF modules from Fat Shark or ImmersionRC.
Power is provided to the headset using the new 1800mAh battery which securely fits in a head strap pocket on the headset. The battery pack includes a 3 pole balance lead for charging off standard RC type chargers. Also included with the headset is a DC power cable, AV cable, and carrying case.
Battery charger sold separately.
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1. there are some pieces of information that show on the DJI app when using a smartphone or tablet that do not show in the googles, like the directional arrows, the return battery level needed to return home indicator, etc. So you will occasionally find yourself slipping the goggles out of the way, looking at your tablet, and putting the goggles back on
2. you need to select the HDMI -2D mode to see the video
3. you will probably need to use the fan almost 100% of the time because the goggles fog easily. the fan only works if you plug in the small extra connector from the battery to the googles, and the fan WILL KEEP RUNNING, even with the main battery connector removed, if you leave the fan connector plugged in, and it will drain your goggles battery
4. the charger is not included, so if you don't have have one you will want to order it at the same time.
5. if you are farsighted and wear glasses you may not enjoy these as much
6. you will need the DJI replacement board for your controller so that the controller can give HDMI output to the goggle. The board is available on Amazon and was reviewed separately.
7. There is a setting in the app that you have to change to see any video output in the goggles. under Image Transmission Settings > Display OSD on HDMI output > ON
I also use a dual diversity receiver in the receiver port. It's great because it automatically switches between my standard dipole antenna and my circular polarized antenna, which prevents signal polarization issues. I almost never lose my video feed at distances within 1 mile and generally open areas.
A good camera and VTx make for an interesting new way to interact with my many RC models. (6 surface, 5 air) Highly suggested.
1. Have an on/off switch. You have to unplug the battery to power off.
2. Make the fan power off of the main power plug. You have to separately plug in the balance plug to power the fan.
3. If you get the generic rx module, it doesn't have auto scan, or show what frequency you are on on-screen Recommend spending a few extra dollars and getting a nice one.
Other than that, the fat sharks are great.
- You can't playback any video file unless it was one that was recorded by the goggles. Even though it encodes as a .avi file, it can't play back other .avi files.
- The HDMI input will only allow a specific resolution. If your output device is not capable of lowering its resolution, then these will not work for that.
With that said, I encountered several cons:
The quality control is poor since two sets arrived with black spots caused by debris behind the lenses. I was able to disassemble and clean them - but this should not have been a problem to begin with. Besides, my disassembly probably voided the warranty.
The fan stopped working on one set, which I absolutely need in the humid environment where I fly.
I had to research and purchase a charger suitable for these goggles. I am not typically a hobbyist so this was difficult for me.
Screen resolution is so-so. Good enough for what I need them for - but not great.