The Orqa FPV.One FPV goggles are awesome. They look badass and they work exceptionally well. They have excellent OLED screens and the best FPV DVR I’ve ever used. When paired with the Immersion RC RapidFire module you get the best in class reception. But they are expensive and while the picture quality is great it is still analog. Is it still a good idea to spend $500-700 on a pair of FPV goggles, even if these are the best ones you can buy?
Orqa FPV One goggles
The video above will run down the goggles in full detail. They are the best analog goggles you can buy. I don’t there there is much debate on that. I added the FPV connect module and that is another huge plus. You can update the goggles wirelessly, share DVR video with your mobile phone and even livestream directly from the goggles. They look great and fit comfortably with no light leakage. Check out the impressive specs below.
Colors:Black / Blue / Gray
Viewing angles: 44° or 30°
Screen resolution: 1280 x 960 pixels
Aspect ratio: 4:3 native, 16:9 (720p)
Power supply: 6-10VDC (2S LiPo Battery)
Power consumption: 4.2W max.
Integrated Head Tracker Output:3.5mm jack
Headphones audio out: 3.5mm jack
Composite Video input: 3.5mm jack
HDMI video input: micro HDMI
Battery connector: 2.1 x 5.5mm barrel connector
IPD Range: 56 – 74 mm
Integrated DVR: 1280×960 25-60 fps, H.264, 18mbps .mp4
Weight (without battery): 210 grams
Dimensions: 177 x 99 x 72 mm
Wide head strap 35mm
Integrated defogging fan
Standard receiver bay High power
Secondary bay for additional modules 5V, SPI, I2C
Orqa FPV.One Goggles are different than any others
Other than the obvious stylistic differences there are some other details that really set these apart from Fatsharks and Skyzones. The Orqa FPV.One goggles are over-engineered. They have an unnecessarily powerful processor so that Orqa can push out firmware updates to continue to make these goggles better with firmware updates. That is something you won’t get from Fatshark or Skyzone.
The DVR is fantastic. Being able to record high-resolution videos at 60 fps is awesome. Also being able to have that video on my phone makes it easier to share with friends and post on social media. Orqa is committed to making a better FPV product and the FPV.One goggles certainly are that. They are expensive. They cost about $550 (use this code BGORQAGoggles to lower the price) they aren’t cheap. You’ll still need antennas, a Rapidfire module and if you order from Banggood I recommend adding the padding and FPV Connect module from Orqa.
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If you are looking to save a few dollars or you want something different, then check out these goggles.
$50-Eachine EV800: https://www.banggood.com/custlink/mD3EHW6msF
$80-Eachine EV800D: https://www.banggood.com/custlink/KGGdHcgKnr
$200-Fatshark Scouts: bit.ly/fatsharkscout
$300-Skyzone 02X: https://www.banggood.com/custlink/D3KDFqFDWp
$400-Skyzone 030: https://ban.ggood.vip/UAgV
DJI FPV Goggles: https://click.dji.com/AIWnsfa1aZrmvjCMP0Nykg?pm=link&as=0003
DJI Analog Module: https://www.banggood.com/custlink/GKGdyjRma8
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