So I am brand new into the whole FPV drone thing but I am very excited to learn and be apart of such a wonderful community. First things first::


1. I assumed that starting with one of these "all in one kits" (goggles, radio, drone etc) could be good except I would really like something that can grow with me. I am a quick learner and I've read with a lot of these all in one kits you can use the radios and other things on different setups.



2. I figured starting with a mini whoop style drone that I could fly indoors/outdoors might be the best option to learn with not as much risk involved but at the same time I am not opposed to starting with a 5inch quad copter race drone. Let me know what you think.


3. As far as radios, it seems like the flysky i6 would be a good budget starter that could grow with me.



4. Goggles- I am open to suggestions on this one. There seems to be so many options. I'd like some dvr so that I could record but not looking to spend a ton of money just yet.



5. And lastly, drones. so far the only options i've really explored have been either building my own 5inch race drone for around 100$ ish, or any of the smaller mini drones.
I've looked at the eachine m80s, eachine q90c(all in one kit), eachine qx65, king kong tiny 6x, 7x, & 8x, as well as the king kong et125, happymodel snapper 7, blade inductrix, and then some of the cheap furibee drones(although they seem so cheap I am sure those might not be the best option)


Anyways, I am open to any and all suggestions. I plan to learn line of sight flying first(as I've been told that it's best) and then follow that up with fpv flying.



So I am brand new into the whole FPV drone thing but I am very excited to learn and be apart of such a wonderful community. First things first::


1. I assumed that starting with one of these "all in one kits" (goggles, radio, drone etc) could be good except I would really like something that can grow with me. I am a quick learner and I've read with a lot of these all in one kits you can use the radios and other things on different setups.



2. I figured starting with a mini whoop style drone that I could fly indoors/outdoors might be the best option to learn with not as much risk involved but at the same time I am not opposed to starting with a 5inch quad copter race drone. Let me know what you think.


3. As far as radios, it seems like the flysky i6 would be a good budget starter that could grow with me.



4. Goggles- I am open to suggestions on this one. There seems to be so many options. I'd like some dvr so that I could record but not looking to spend a ton of money just yet.



5. And lastly, drones. so far the only options i've really explored have been either building my own 5inch race drone for around 100$ ish, or any of the smaller mini drones.
I've looked at the eachine m80s, eachine q90c(all in one kit), eachine qx65, king kong tiny 6x, 7x, & 8x, as well as the king kong et125, happymodel snapper 7, blade inductrix, and then some of the cheap furibee drones(although they seem so cheap I am sure those might not be the best option)


Anyways, I am open to any and all suggestions. I plan to learn line of sight flying first(as I've been told that it's best) and then follow that up with fpv flying.


So I am brand new into the whole FPV drone thing but I am very excited to learn and be apart of such a wonderful community. First things first::

1. I assumed that starting with one of these "all in one kits" (goggles, radio, drone etc) could be good except I would really like something that can grow with me. I am a quick learner and I've read with a lot of these all in one kits you can't use the radios and other things on different setups.

2. I figured starting with a mini whoop style drone that I could fly indoors/outdoors might be the best option to learn with not as much risk involved but at the same time I am not opposed to starting with a 5inch quad copter race drone. Let me know what you think.

3. As far as radios, it seems like the flysky i6 would be a good budget starter that could grow with me.

4. Goggles- I am open to suggestions on this one. There seems to be so many options. I'd like some dvr so that I could record but not looking to spend a ton of money just yet.

5. And lastly, drones. so far the only options i've really explored have been either building my own 5inch race drone for around 100$ ish, or any of the smaller mini drones.
I've looked at the eachine m80s, eachine q90c(all in one kit), eachine qx65, king kong tiny 6x, 7x, & 8x, as well as the king kong et125, happymodel snapper 7, blade inductrix, and then some of the cheap furibee drones(although they seem so cheap I am sure those might not be the best option)

Anyways, I am open to any and all suggestions. I plan to learn line of sight flying first(as I've been told that it's best) and then follow that up with fpv flying.