SkyZone have just announced the latest in their line of FPV goggles, the SkyZone SKY03. These goggles follow closely after the Topsky F7X, which I looked at previously.
The SKY03 goggles have a number of exciting features and it looks like SkyZone may have a real contender for anyone looking for a Fatshark alternative.
With lots of new goggles being released into the market, it can be hard to decide which ones to go for. In choosing, remember that a good pair of goggles can really enhance your FPV experience. Have a look at the features and make sure that everything you want is covered. For most people this includes: digital input, defogging fan, DVR, reasonable FOV and resolution. Remember to pair your goggles with a good camera, like the Runcam Swift 2, if you want to make the most of them. Using a low quality camera with good goggles is not a good use of your money.
SkyZone SKY03 release date
The SkyZone SKY03 release date is currently unknown, but you can check here. Make sure you check back for an update once we have more details.
We expect the goggles to be released shortly, but will update this page with more information as it is available.
SkyZone SKY03 Specifications
Full specifications aren’t out yet, but from what is available these goggles will include all the features we are used to seeing from SkyZone, as well as some new ones.
The current specifications include:
- Resolution: 800×600
- Aspect Ratio: 4:3
- Lens: Aspherical lens without distortion
- FOV: 43°
- Inputs: HDMI and AV in
- Head tracking standard
- 48CH diversity receiver
- Fan for defogging
- Front camera
- IPD adjustment (63.5mm +/- 6mm)
- Slide-in diopter support
- 3D support
- H.264 video DVR
- Channel Search
- Frequency Analyzer
- External RGB light effects
More SkyZone SKY03 details and technical specifications below: