Eachine EV200D FPV goggles: They finally did it?

Eachine EV200D goggles

While we just published our Eachine EV900 review, we are back to introduce you a new Eachine FPV goggles called EV200D. At first look it seems that Eachine finally managed to create a truly professional drone goggles. The Eachine EV200D googles is in the finale stage of developing. Prior to mass productions they sent out couple of samples for testing and reviews by experienced pilots.

For a long time, if you said drone goggles your mind goes to Fatshark. Now, the Eachine EV200D seems to aim high. It comes with pretty cool design and lots of features like HD 2D/3D input and built-in DVR.

Probably first question of a pro racing pilot would be if it has diversity. The Eachine EV200D can be equipped not juts with one, but with two true diversity receivers. Equipped with 4 antennas, your head will look just a like a hedgehog :)

Eachine EV200D goggles diversity radio

Eachine EV200D features and specs

  • Dual 1280×720 LCD screen;
  • Optional dual true diversity (open source compatible);
  • 42° field of view;
  • 56-72mm IPD Range (adjustable);
  • Optional diopter lenses;
  • 16/9 and 4/3 aspect ratios;
  • HD port 2D/3D and AV in/out;
  • Built-in DVR (H264 codec);
  • USB power connector.

I would be interested to find out if the Eachine EV200D can be equipped with a head tracker module. It should be pretty fun to control the drone through your head movements.

Eachine announced two package version of the EV200D and simply called them “A” and “B”. While A version comes without receiver, B version comes with two 5.8G diversity video receivers. None of them are packed with antennas.

Who’s for and where to buy?

The EV200D goggles is suitable for all kind of FPV pilots. The dual HD LCD screen system offers truly immersive flight experience. Thanks to the HDMI port it can be used with DJI Phantom 4 and Mavic Pro drones. Both versions (A & B) and colors (black & white) will be available here soon as testing process is finished.

What you get with the EV200D goggles?

  • 7.4v-1800mAh battery;
  • USB charging cable;
  • HD port converter;
  • HD Port Cable;
  • 3.5mm AV Cable (one-in-three);
  • Lens cleaning cloth;
  • Optional dual diversity 5.8G receivers;
  • User manual.

last update 4/23/2018


  1. Hello,

    Referring back to your comment “Thanks to the HDMI port it can be used with DJI Phantom 4 and Mavic Pro drones” Please tell us how to connect goggles to Mavic Pro.

    tried hooking up a USB to HDMI converter from bottom of the remote directly to headset but no video.

    Thank You


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