Fat Shark Dominator HDO OLED FPV Goggles
Fat Shark Dominator HDO: Fat Shark’s newest flagship FPV goggles have arrived!
The result of over a year of R&D and production, the HDO goggles bring a new generation of display technology to the industry’s best drone racing goggles. Patented Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) displays have replaced the LCD technology of past generations, bring new levels of image clarity, contrast and fidelity to the image displayed within the goggles. The HDO also features an improved user interface and an upgraded power supply to handle the next generation of drone racing technology.
OLED DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY
The HDO (short for High Definition OLED) goggles feature a new, upgraded display technology unique so far to FPV goggles.
With the new OLED screens come better color production and higher contrast rations. Under challenging light conditions, this means that pilots will be able to see much more detail that can’t be shown by traditional LCD technology. OLED displays also have no image retention, which means crisper images when viewing fast moving video.
IMPROVED POWER SUPPLY
Power-hungry receiver modules can now take advantage of the HDO’s improved power supply, which should allow many modules to operate out of one bay.
REFINED USER INTERFACE
Upgrades to the user interface on the HDO now make it easier to handle multiple video feeds. When an HDMI signal is detected, the HDO will automatically turn off the external receiver, allowing for simpler switches between analog and digital feeds. When playing back DVR footage, the video will also automatically switch to the proper menu without the need to manually toggle the receiver switch.
- Field of View: 37° (22.5° vertical)
- 720p XGA Display
- HDMI 1080p Support
- IPD Range: 59-69mm
- NTSC/PAL Auto Selecting
- Modular Head Tracker & Receiver Bay
- Fat Shark HDO Goggle Kit
- 1800Mah Goggle Battery
- Zipper Carrying Case
I’ve owned many of the Fat Shark goggles over the past couple of years? From the dominator V2, HD2, and the HD3, my favorite to this point had been the HD3. I was pretty excited to see that Fat Shark caught up to technology and placed some OLED screens in goggles.
The FPV experience is much improved. Colors are vivid and the contrast when flying from light to shadows is much improved which provides confidence when flying through trees, more confidence means better flying.
I’d say the only negative I have is comfort. The face pad material is better than the foam that came with previous Fat Shark goggles but there’s really no padding in the nose area so the plastic of the goggles digs into my nose when flying. I’d really like a thicker pad or for Fat Shark to include a thin and thick pad.
No buyers remorse here!!
I used to fly with the Dom V3 since 2016. Now i change my googles to this new HDO, and Oh My God! The improvement of color and contrast its awesome. Going from 30 FOV to 37, is a huge step up. And going from the 42 of the HD3, to this, is kinda the same. The screen is big enough to keep your eyes centered and see all your video and osd even in the corners. The image is like looking into a gopro, in 1080 30fps. Once you test it, you never go back. Trust me!