Fatshark Dominator V3 WVGA FPV Goggles

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This headset features a modular design which allows pilots to customize receiver modules and head trackers.

Record FPV footage with the included DVR, use the Dominator's modular bays for a wide range of analog video receivers and the Trinity head tracker.

Supporting HDMI-in at 720p and with a 16:9 WVGA image, the Dominator V3 can handle both digital and analog inputs with ease.



  • FOV 30°Diagonal
  • 59-69mm IPD Range (adjustable)
  • WVGA 800 X 480 Display
  • Support Side/Side 3D
  • NTSC/PAL Auto Selecting
  • HDMI-Compliant with 720p Support
  • Integrated Analog DVR (no HDMI recording)
  • Modular Head Tracker Bay
  • Modular Receiver Bay
  • DC in: 7-13V (2S/3S)
  • Power Consumption: 3.6W


  • 3m AV cable
  • HDMI cable with mini to micro and mini to standard adapters
  • 1800 mAh battery with LED indicator
  • charge cable adapter
  • Zipper carry case
  • DC DIY cable

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  • 5

    Posted by Troy on 18th Dec 2015

    Fat Shark have stepped up the game...again! The Dominator V3's are an exceptional product that deliver where it counts most. The 16:9 screen may take a little to get used to but once you have you wont go back to 4:3. The new ski mask fit provides a level of comfort that exceeds any other goggles I have tried in the Fat Shark range, Boscam or Skyzones and the new fan to prevent fogging is simply genius. Could they have done anything more to improve the goggles? They sure have...the new battery is included in the package and it has a new design that really does work, no more battery sliding out of the head strap, it really does stay there now. To top off a superb package the battery now has a LED battery level indicator, you do not need to worry about how much juice is left in your battery pack anymore.

    Yes you still have to buy a receiver module and yes the DVR software/GUI is clumsy but these goggles are worth ever cent. If you can stretch to the purchase, do so.

  • 5
    Clear picture and no motion blur

    Posted by Daniel on 1st Aug 2015

    Had these for a few flights now, and I have nothing to complain about.. they are everything they say on the box and work great. Just a thing to look put for, they do not come with a receiver module built in. This means you will have to get the module or use another module. Not a bad thing. Also despite what the page says, but mine and a friends did come with a battery so that's something else to keep an eye on.