SkyZone SKY-01 V2 FPV AIO Goggles 5.8G 32CH with Head Tracking
Skyzone has designed their new goggles from the ground up for FPV, so no compromises were made. The High resolution widescreen matched with a 30 degree field of view puts you in the cockpit, blend that with the state of the art auto centering head-tracker and you have a true immersion like you have never seen.
Skyzone has matched there beautiful FPV view with reliability and adjustability, from the built in 32 channel dual diversity 5.8GHz receiver too the IPD and Diopter adjustments. The goggles have full A/V in’s and out’s for DVR’s or monitors or heck even watch a movie with them, but with a quick push of a button your view switches to the front built in camera allowing you to perform all kinds of tasks without the need to lift the goggles. The Goggles also feature light tight comfortable eyecups and an earphone jack with volume control.
The quality and feature Of the new Skyzone FPV Goggles have definitely raised the bar, so If you’re ready for some seat of your pants barnstorming type of flying from the cockpit view.. Look at Skyzone goggles.
The new SkyZone FPV goggles from Foxtech feature an external camera, higher resolution screens and diversity receiver.
These goggles have some ground breaking new features not found on other goggles. The build quality is very nice, the screens are crisp with clean edges and have a resolution that is higher than most.
The Benefits of Goggles with Diversity
A diversity system uses two different video receivers, and two different video antennas. This gives you a better chance of receiving a clean and unobstructed signal. These are connected by a diversity unit that chooses the best video signal. You could mount one of the stock antennas vertically and one horizontally. For best results you want to use different types of antennas. This gives you the option of using a long range directional antenna for one receiver and a non-directional antenna for the other. The diversity system automatically chooses which antenna is receiving the best signal at any moment.
The 640×480 external camera was added to allow you to do things without removing your goggles. When you have to pull your goggles off you have the issue of your eyes adjusting to the external light. You also have to physically remove the goggles or situate them on your head so they don’t fall off. The external camera allows you to keep the goggles on for small jobs and landing. The lens on the external camera does seem to make things look farther away.
5.8 Diversity Unit
These goggles have a built-in 8 channel/4 band 5.8G diversity unit. This allows you to use this unit with most FPV 5.8G transmitters on the market like Foxtech, DJI, Walkera and more.
Dual Receivers & Dual Antennas
There are two 5808 receivers in this set of goggles.
The unit comes with two vertical omni stock 50ohm antennas with sma connectors.
The goggles have dual 854X480(WVGA) monitors with 1,229,760 color sub-pix
These goggles have built-in self calibrating head tracking that utilizes a gyro.
-PPM Channel Setup
-Pan Tracking Range Setting
NOTE – If you use the Futaba trainer plug you can power the goggles that way (no external lipo needed).
A nice feature with these goggles is that just about any lipo you have can power them. The input power plug accepts voltages of DC 7- 28v/1A. I find that a two or three cell lipo does a good job.
FOV (Field of View)
The SkyZone goggles have 30 degrees (diagonal).
The goggles also have removable optic lenses. These slide out. It comes with a pair installed with no correction. You can order lenses to help correct for myopic (near sighted) vision. This allows users that normally wear glasses to see far away to use the FPV goggles. People that only need reading glasses typically do not need any lens correction for the goggles. The lens sets sold for FatShark goggles also fit these goggles.
- Dual monitors 854X480 (WVGA)
- 32ch video receiver
- Video quality is ok
- Head tracker freature
- Camera build in
- Can record on SD card