DominatorHD; The world’s best FPV goggle. The DominatorHD once again assures Fat Sharks’ dominance as the premier FPV goggle manufacturer. With its large FOV SVGA resolution image, modular design and integrated DVR, the DominatorHD is the undisputed champion of the FPV world.
With the DominatorHD you no longer have to sacrifice image quality for image size. The DominatorHD not only has the highest resolution display of any commercial video glasses (SVGA 800X600), but also the largest field of view (45 degrees diagonal).
Components and features were chosen as only an FPV purest would; glass optics were chosen over plastic because image quality and large FOV could not be compromised on. A DVR was built in not for the enjoyment of watching movies but for the purpose of recording the video down link and telemetry data to help with lost model recovery. HDMI input was implemented to ensure forward compatibility with the inevitable digital HD links.
The DominatorHD maintains the modular docking ports for back compatibility with existing RF modules including the soon to be released 2G4 NexwaveRF module.
• Built in DVR to record your flights
• Support HDMI input
• Large FOV 45 degrees
• 800 X 600 SVGA resolution
• 43 channel support over 6 bands (1.3, 2.4, 5.8 GHz) (RF Module not included)
• NTCS/PAL auto selecting
• Stereo audio output
• Interpupillary (IPD) distance: 57 to 73 mm (adjustable)
• File playback (no codec support other than native recording)
• User Setting:
- Channel selection
- Volume control
- Mode selection (wired/wireless)
- Contrast/ brightness control
- 2D/3D side/side analog/ 2D/3D side/side digital (HD only)
- DVR control
- HT control
FOV (field of view): 45 degrees diagonal
Glass optics (binocular 8p direct view optical engine)
Interpupillary (IPD) distance: 57 to 73 mm (adjustable)
Optional diopter lens inserts (not included) : -2, -4, -6 dpt
Power supply: 7 - 13 V (2S/3S supply)
Power consumption (@7.4V nominal): 350mA wireless mode; 200mA direct mode (no RX)
RF Modules (optional): 43 channel support on 6 bands (1G3, 2G4, 4 x 5G8)
Resolution: 800 X 600 SVGA
Head Tracker : Trinity 3 Axis Headtracker
DVR: MicroSD support to 32Gb,Upgradeable via SD card
Record rate: 6Mbps
MJPG compression, 30 fps, AVI
3.5mm AV in/out port
Power in port
3.5mm 3p earphone port
MiniDIN4 data port (head tracking)
RF module port
1 x Dominator HD Goggles with Trinity 3 Axis Headtracker
1 x Video glasses carry case
1 x Cable set
1 x Manual
Optional Accessories (not included):
Optional diopter lens inserts: -2, -4, -6 dpt
FatShark Lipoly battery to power goggles
43 channel RF Module support over 6 bands (1.3, 2.4, 5.8 GHz)
amazing view,i think it's best for all fpv flying.While the reviews were not very good for this product I finally decided to buy them. I like my skyzone but I wanted something more immersive. Well the screen is big and broght and, compared to the skyzone those ones are an IMAX. The tuning is far more sensitive than the skyzone and very IPD sensitive this means that some people can't properly use them. Comfort is good if you don't squeeze them on your face but you have to squeeze them if you want them steady... that's a problem I bypassed using alan's solution : https://youtu.be/ZogXD16PiGo.
I love those googles.Very disappointed with the goggle. Edges are just as blurry as everyone else is complaining. But I'm happy to ignore that. However, quality control is terrible. There was dirt inside the display (not on the lens) and it showed really badly while watching anything on the goggle. But the worst thing is there's no color - it's all mostly black-n-white. There's color from time to time for a few seconds but then it goes away. I can't believe the most expensive Fatshark goggle has the worst quality control and reliability of all their goggles I've used. Hobbyking wants me to create video of the issues, I tried but it's impossible to do so with the cameras I've. Someone please buy it from me and save me the misery of throwing it away.Got my HD yesterday and works fine. Perfect picture and no blurryness at the edges. OSD is clear and easy to read. Ilike the big FOV. The DVR is fantastic and I tried to play 3D with HDMI port, works just fine even if I am not going to use it. Just an extra feature. Contra: is that the HD is not suprisingly better than my old attitude. I think my expectation was to high. so not 5 stars because of the price.Again, I'm not very happy with the goggles. If you have, like me, over 70 mm IPD (distance between pupils) theese goggles are pretty much useless.. When I read that there were 73 IPD (which HK should change in the description to 70) I thought the wait should be worth the while, but no.. I have to modify or sell.just received mine in the uk , was ordered in may - just as uncomfortable as the attitudes and just as blury at the edges because the ipd adjustment does not open wide enough, nice convienient dvr recorder but apart from that nothing specialNice product, but a bit overpriced. poorly assembled. Only 70mm ipd, not 73. A bit blurry around edges. Needs some getting used to. I used to have the old base goggles, and the step up to domHD is marginal.