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    RTF FPV cam?

    What do you think of this FPV camera? Built-in 5.8 TX


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    Nice find. Will have to research that to see if that will work for me. Save me a few bucks from what I am considering now. Thanks.

    Found this in action.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nqjx31-vgA
    Not bad for 1 hundred bucks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bearcatrp View Post
    Nice find. Will have to research that to see if that will work for me. Save me a few bucks from what I am considering now. Thanks.
    Yeah... some things are too good to be true, but I don't think this is one of them. Even comes with the power filter board to plug right into the JST. This and some goggles or a screen and you're good to go in minutes!

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    Will have to see what this and the rest of the things needed fly by screen/googles and compare to the helipal system. If its close, will still get the helipal as thats a total setup. Only thing that worries me on the helipal is its in hong kong only so if I have issues it will stink dealing with overseas companies. Wish there was something in the USA similar to the helipal system.

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    There are cheap FPV system out there that proven to be reliable (200mW Vtx, ccd or cmos cam 110/148 angle lenses) and ditch the rubber ducky antenna and go straight to clover leaf antenna. I use PDB with voltage regular 12v/5v 3a bec with no problem showing any static/snowy on my goggles.

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    I'd go with the RMRC 5.8 FPV starter system. Works great and a good price!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumagician View Post
    I'd go with the RMRC 5.8 FPV starter system. Works great and a good price!
    This one for $475.99?
    http://www.readymaderc.com/store/ind...oducts_id=5074
    The helipal system costs less at $329. Already have a Gopro Session.
    http://www.helipal.com/storm-all-in-...o-premium.html

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    Reavesbj was explaining to me how FPV works (cause I'm a newbie) the other day. He gave me a list of components that would get FPV up and running for about $200.

    https://traxxas.com/forums/showthrea...PV-question(s)

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    And look what DutchRC found...






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    Last edited by Double G; 02-14-2016 at 08:02 AM.

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