DJI Goggles, what's the difference between black and white?

I’m tempted to get some Dji goggles but not sure which ones. The white ones are £299 and the black Race editions are £449 but are they worth the extra £150? I never fly the drone far so not that bothered about the range difference. Any advice

I have just got my dji white goggles connected after a lot of hassle with the correct firmware needed to pair them up with the m2p. Not used them properly yet, but I’ll let you know what they are like.
After reading the difference between them both, I would only get the race edition if I was using them a lot.

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This has been a question on my mind too,
The black re goggles I believe have different functions than the white,
I was going to order them with the kit but decided to wait a while and get used to the rig il be flying first and do more research.

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Are you likely to fly anything else that’s not DJI FPV, if the answers is yes then go for the RE if not go for the RE.
If you are a tinkerer you’ll find that you can FPV these:
1,DJI Drones
2, Cheep Banggood quadcopters
3, Home brew FPV cars
4, Home brew FPV boats
5, Home brew fixed wing, Spitfire,Racing Wings…
6, Movies and Photos
7, When her indoors is chin wagging and you don’t want her to see you rolling your eyes
8, XBox
9, PS
10, making a cup of tea FPV
11, scaring the grandchildren because you look like you’re wearing a fridge.
12, Watching FPV racers at competitions

I’m sure I’ve forgotten something…:nerd_face: