Skyzone SKY04X V2 Update

The updated V2 version includes a 60fps DVR for smoother footage.

Review Video


  • Screen: OLED
  • Resolution: 1280x960
  • FOV (Diagonal): 46°
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3/16:9
  • Focus: -6~+6 adjustable
  • Interpapillary distance (IPD): 58-71mm
  • Receiver: 5.8Ghz 48CH Steady View Receiver
  • Language: 10 Languages
  • Power Supply: DC 6.5-25.2V/USB 5V
  • Power Consumption: 720mA at 12V
  • DVR: H264, 60fps,MOV 6Mbps, SD Card support up to 128Gb
  • Head Tracker: 3-axis Accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope
  • Dimensions: 185*75*67mm
  • Weight: 267g

Package Included:

  • Goggles*1
  • Receiver Module*1
  • Faceplate*2(wide and narrow)
  • Sponge with velcro*1
  • Zipper case*1
  • Power cable*1
  • Headtracker cable*1
  • 5.8GHz 2dB antennas*2
  • Video/Audio Cable*1
  • USB-C Cable*1
  • User Manual*1




Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
Bill Ginder
Real gray goggles

Very happy with my purchase

Eyal M

Screens are really good the rx is junk had to order rapidfire really not flyable dark screens lines flashes tried it with 2 diff camera and vtx

Good goggles, terrible post purchase help from Skyzone

Goggles are great, but good luck updating the firmware and understanding the broken English in the .txt files provided with each update.

Zachary Siswick

I bought these to upgrade my Eachine EV800Ds. I thought the combination of the receiver and higher resolution OLED screen would significantly improve my flying experience. I even bought a top tier VAS patch antenna to help seal the deal. But honestly after using these for a couple weeks now, I'd have to say I regret not buying the DJI goggles and switching over to digital. I probably could have for roughly the same amount, and the difference in image quality would have a major impact on my flying style.

My advice would be try to find someone who has these, or the DJI system and see if they'll let you try them first before buying. Otherwise, save your money and buy the lesser version of these and save yourself hundreds of dollars. OLED at this resolution is kind of a waste.

04X V2 vs HDO2?

04X has smaller screen but your eyelash does not touch the lens. HDO2's lens is closer to your eyeball and therefore you can't see the edges of the lens BUT your eyelash touching it. 04X V2 has 60 FPS DVR and I think has crisp and clear image than HDO2.