Welcome @FPV_Flying89, what are you looking for and what is your budget? What gear do you already have, like radio and goggles? There are too many choices and too many price points to give an easy answer without more info from you. Let us know what you're thinking and we will try to help best we can.
Ok, that is at least something to go on. If you have never flown an FPV quad, it is not like a DJI or similar, you will crash a lot in the beginning and things will get broken, there is no way around it. Every bit of this will have a learning curve, flying in the goggles can be very disorienting in the beginning, and it will take some flight times to get used to it.I have nothing. I just don’t want to buy something and it isn’t compatible lol. But I’d be willing to spend 200-500$ for a drone. Not including Googles. I honestly don’t know the price range of these things. I want a really good started drone but also one I may use for awhile as well.
Ok, that is at least something to go on. If you have never flown an FPV quad, it is not like a DJI or similar, you will crash a lot in the beginning and things will get broken, there is no way around it. Every bit of this will have a learning curve, flying in the goggles can be very disorienting in the beginning, and it will take some flight times to get used to it.
I would suggest you start with a whoop style quad so that you can get more experience before you put a larger quad in the air. There isn't any good reason to skimp on your TX and goggles since they will last long time, quads on the other hand are consumables, they will get destroyed over time and you will need to be able to fix them to get back into the air. I would recommend starting off with something like these.
Stick with the original and stay away from the "2019" versions, they have too many shortcomings to consider in my opinion.
If you want the least expensive, get this...
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If you can swing it, get this since it has some nice features that will save you money in the long run, like a battery and charger as well as much better gimbals.
Get the latest and greatest transmitter with the all-new FRSKY QX7S Radio Transmitter in Carbon. This stylish, high performance transmitter will keep you flying high!www.racedayquads.com
For your first quad to learn to fly on, most of us will recommend the EMAX TinyHawk S or II (2), you can fly it around inside the house or garage, as well as outside on low wind days. It is very sturdy as FPV micro quads go, and you will be able to learn to fly without constantly being broken and needing repair before you can get back in the air.
The EMAX TinyHawk S 75mm BNF 1-2S Racing Whoop Drone proves they are always pushing forward. Faster, stronger, and easier to fly, this FRSKY whoop RIPS!www.racedayquads.com
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For goggles, these are the least expensive worth having. They have a great picture and all you would need is to upgrade the antennas for a good FPV experience.
The Eachine EV800D 5.8GHz 40CH Diversity FPV Goggles with DVR gives you all the features you need while staying at a great value price. It boasts a 5 inch 800x400 screen, DVR, and more!www.racedayquads.com
If you want to go with something better, there are a bunch of choices starting around the $300 mark and going up to about $650-$800 range. Let me know what your thinking so far and we will advise further.
@Eachine98379872I was in exactly the same place a few weeks ago. I brought the Eachine Wizard x200s with the ev800 goggles and I'm really happy with the set up. One thing I wish I did was research about lipo batteries before you get them plenty of good posts on this forum about them but it's something that I wish I did.