Controversially the DJI FPV V2 goggles are arguably the best goggle ever made. As opposed to any other analogue goggle on the market the DJI goggles work off a digital connection, whilst having slightly more latency than their analogue counterparts, they offer a video feed many times clearer. For most pilots the benefits of the vastly higher quality feed outweighs the small drawback of the increased latency (only about 28ms more over a typical analogue goggle), however, advanced pilots who are geared towards racing will be able to notice the added latency.
The DJI system is great, especially if you’re a freestyle pilot or even someone who enjoys some racing here and there. The video feed quality is amazing, at a high FOV which is adjustable from 30 to 54 degrees, at a resolution of 1440×810 at 120 fps.
As for comfort, you certainly get what you pay for, the DJI V2 goggles offer comfort second to none, despite their size they don’t feel weighty, and not to mention offer a really nice fit to heads all shapes and sizes, with low light leakage.