At the MEETUP 2 weeks ago, I saw some of the participants flying FPV with Fat Shark goggles. I asked if I could try on a pair, and one guy let me. We changed the transmitter channel on my little 6" (prop - 250mm frame) quad and got a picture. I put my little quad in the air, and wow! It was neat, and it was scary. Neat in that I could see everything in front of the craft. Scary because I had no idea where the copter was in relationship to me. I need some experience before I'll be anywhere as good as several of the people there.
The fact that I wear +3 glasses for reading is also a problem: The Fat Shark goggles were designed for people who don't wear glasses - or wear contacts. When I took off my glasses and put on the Fat Sharks everything looked very blurry. But the possibility of flying around obstacles and controlling the craft like a fighter pilot intrigued me.
So, I bought a pair of Fat Shark Dominator V2 googles and a "beta" radio, which allows me to tune to the same frequency as my BOSCAM transmitters.
I went to Rite-Aid and bought a pair of +3 reading glasses. I removed the lenses and cut them down to a suitable size for the Fat Sharks. I put the lenses just behind the Fat Shark lenses and took a peek. Although I haven't installed the added lenses permanently, the preliminary results are promising - very promising.