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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Fat Shark Dominator V3
Fat Shark’s Dominator V3 goggles bring affordable digital video and a wide feature set to FPV racing.
The Dominator V3 features a modular design. Record FPV footage with the included DVR and use the Dominator’s bays for a wide range of analog video receivers and the Trinity head tracker to stay on the cutting edge.
Supporting HDMI-in at 720p and with a 16:9 WVGA image, the Dominator V3 can handle both digital and analog inputs with ease, making it a flexible and powerful headset for both casual and professional pilots.
Note: HDMI cables and chargers sold separately.
16:9 Screen With 30° Field of View
The Dominator V3's 16:9, wide screen field of view is the preferred format for many professional pilots.
Wide Feature Set
The Dominator V3 Supports HDMI in and has a DVR (for analog recording) and open modular port.
Each Dominator V3 comes with an included LiPo battery (charger not included).
Modular Receiver Bay
Compatible with the Fat Shark OLED receiver (FSV2446) or many other modules.
Legal DisclaimerWarning: Exposing the lens to direct sunlight will result in LCD damage.
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
Small, light weight. Nice screen. Comes with battery. Built in fan. Adjustable headband.
Cons: Need to purchase a receiver to get it to work. No battery charger. Limited user instructions, and not too intuitive. Foam face pieces aren't exactly a good fit. Goggles are hard to get adjusted to be perfectly clear.
For this high price, other brands may not include a battery, but at least they come with diversity modules installed. A lot of hobbyists already have batteries and chargers. There was minimal light leak.. .but there shouldnt be any at all. The battery dies fast, so get a replacement one. Also, get ready to modify the foam face piece.
3 stars because for the price, you expect more! I paid about $500 total to get my whole setup. Had to buy another battery, a couple antennas, charger, and module. The price for these goggles are just the start of your walled slimming down....
“Fatsharks claims oh well the dvr option is only for finding your lost model.”
Are you for real? Sounds like an excuse beucase everyone is aiming for the best possible resolution but now you can’t record that good resolution and get a good quality image? If Eachine goggles did it on a budget of $130 and did a better job and you guys had a $350 spending window? I mean come on.. How much more would it really cost at the end of the day to put a better DVR unit in?
Once aomway and these other manufactures come out with goggles and get some solid reviews. Fatshark will be in trouble for sure! Fatshark is lucky that they don’t have much competition YET!
At the end of the day it’s your usual internal hardware that they make a dozen of for a dime. I would be scared to know fatshark’s cost for making these goggles. Gosh is there deff a lot of mark up. Same usual hardware with a fancy casing. So remind me why I am paying $350? Oh that’s right. Cause of the name.