Fat Shark Dominator HDO2 FPV Goggle Headset

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Manufacturer Description

The Dominator HDO2 FPV Headset launches as the successor to the much-loved Dominator HDO.

The HDO2 goggles use big 1280 x 960 OLED panels to provide a dramatically improved image with a 46-degree field of view. Display customization is now possible using a new OSD with expanded controls. The HDO2 can be further personalized with adjustable focus, adjustable IPD, adjustable face plate curvature, selectable image ratio, and a configurable power button.

The HDO2 Goggle Headset is the perfect headset for an experienced pilot looking for the best flight experience.

Features & Specifications


  • FOV (Field-of-view): 46 degrees diagonal
  • IPD (Interpupillary Distance): 54mm to 74 mm (adjustable)
  • Focus: +2 to -6 Diopters (adjustable)


  • Two Sony 0.5” OLED displays
  • Resolution 1280 X 960
  • NTCS/PAL auto selecting
  • AV Mode: 4:3, 16:9
  • HDMI Mode: 16:9


  • Stereo

User Controls

  • Channel Selection
  • Volume Control
  • Mode Selection
  • Display Control (Brightness and Contrast)
  • DVR Control
  • Power Button / Fan Control


  • Power Supply: 7V – 13V Input Voltage (2S – 3S Supply)
  • Power Consumption: 320mA @ 7.5V Input Power (no RX module), 770mA @ 7.5V Input Power (Rapid)
  • Analog DVR: MicroSD support (to 32 GB)
  • Record Rate: 6Mbps (MJPG compression, 30 fps, AVI)
  • File playback (native recording, no codec support)
  • Upgradeable via SD card


  • 7.4V, 1.8A, 18650 Battery Case (optional)


  • 3.5mm AV in/out port
  • Power input port
  • 3.5mm 3p earphone port
  • MicroSD
  • RF Module Bay
  • HT connector 3 pin internal connection
  • Power Button


  • Ergonomic molded headset with adjustable headband
  • Dimensions: 169.2mm Wide / 80mm Deep / 45.5mm Thick
  • Weight: 206.8g


  • 1x Dominator HDO 2 FPV Goggle Headset
  • 1x Goggle Carrying Case
  • 1x 7.4V 1865 Battery Case
  • 1x Lens Cleaning Cloth
Fat Shark HDO 2 Specs Overview 1 Fat Shark HDO 2 Specs Overview 2
Warning: Exposing the lens to direct sunlight will result in LCD damage.

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