First Person View (FPV) is a novel concept, allowing drone operators to virtually experience what their drone’s camera is seeing, in real time or as a recorded video. These 5.8 G 32-channel FPV goggles (pictures below) are compatible with many DIY multicopter projects, and are quite affordable.
Supporting both PAL and NTSC formats and a 320 x 200 resolution, they come with a 4.3-inch monitor. The model also comes with a PVC anti-fog fan, which runs on a separate DC input of 5-8 V (through USB). The monitor input is 7-13 V, with a 32-channel video receiver.
Without the fan, the goggles have a running time of 25-30 minutes, whereas with the fan, this is reduced to approx. 20 minutes. While a battery charger is not provided, the 7.4 V, 450mAh LiPo battery is replaceable.
The goggles weigh in at 220 g, and measure 15.60 x 8.90 x 10.00 cm. They come with the USB fan and an antenna (receiver). From the user comments, it seems that the pair works with any drone with the appropriate frequency range, such as the Walkera F210 (in other words, drones with a 5.8 G video transmitter).
The goggles are on sale right now for $45.99, and include worldwide shipping costs.