A plug and play 2.4Ghz 100mW FPV system.
Great for people with mHz radio systems who dont plan to fly 2km high!
Fatshark goggles are known for their easy set-up and great clarity as well as wide viewing angle. Combined with a reliable low power consumption, light weight 2.4Ghz Tx and you have a simple, reliable no fuss FPV system that will have you flying in no time.
Standard antenna will give you 400-500mtrs range.
FatShark FPV Goggles w/ inbuilt Rx.
FatShark (Airwave) Small footprint Tx 100mW 2.4Ghz (25x45mm)
2.4Ghz or 5.8Ghz, which is best for you?
If you fly with a Mhz radio such as 72, 36 or 35mhz then you should choose a 2.4Ghz FPV system as it will give you more range for the same power. Many hard-core FPV pilots fly with Mhz radios because of it's superior range to 2.4Ghz radio control systems.
If you have a Spektrum, Futaba or other 2.4Ghz radio, then you need to fly with a 5.8Ghz system.
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very nice resolution of the screens is 640x480. great vtx/rtx 2.4ghz work all chanle. But not Included Charger list.To me these are the best Fatshark goggles made to date. They provide the largest Field Of View of all the Fatshark goggles. This provides the most immersive FPV experience. I use them without any wires by using the built in video receiver in the unit. I also use them with my external 1.2Ghz video receiver by connecting the cable to the goggles and using the video in feature. Good stuff!harika bir sistem uzaktan grnt alman iin aslnda en ucuzu. telemetry zellliide varDoes anyone know if this comes with the recharge battery for the TX and RX or is this a purchase seperatly thing?Recived today the 2,4Gh Fat Shark combo, added the 12Dbi omni rx Antenna for better range , System works great will add OSD (is already ordered) had to troubleshoot almost 6hours because the supplied 720mAh 7,2 Volt lipoly for the googles was only after charging 3,7 Volt
obiusly broken/default! But overall impression great happy that i ordered.If you want a set up to get started, then look no further!!
I've been using these for about 3 months now, and I have to say I'm impressed. So long as your expectations are reasonable you'll not be disappointed. Range for me is a comfortable 400ish meters and get used to signal drop on turns, but picture quality is good. Careful of antenna orientation, both rx & tx should be in the same plane, ie both vertical or both horizontal (vertical seems best to me). Charger plug is for US, but an international adapter plug sorted that (and a camera and the heat shrink iron). Get the Fat Shark Camera, as the 5v voltage will match the supply from the tx well worth the extra $$$. No balance on the rx battery, but an "adapter" made up for a 500mah 2s lipo battery fixes that, and use your normal charger. Aircraft system is also a 500mah 2s lipo. Nice and light and certainly enough power for a 15 minute flight.Bence daha st modeli alnmal, ben bu rn kullanyorum, hem gzln grnt kalitesi iyi deil hemde verici zayf kalyor 150 metreden alsa yarappi krIl kit si presenta molto bene, pensavo di trovare l'antenna lunga sulla vtx, ma va bene cosiFull complete, working perfectly! Real range in Moscow city with standart antenna more 500meters.
With 7Db patch directional more 1200 meters.
Thanks HobbyKing!Recently Ive bought FatShark 2010 Aviator edition video goggles. Ive been using laptop as my primary navigation screen. Ive started with EasyCap USB video adapter. It was very cheap (~7$), and very crappy product indeed. Then Ive switched to Avermedia PCMCIA adapter. It was ok. The mayor problem is laptop screen itself. Its very difficult to seen even there is moderate sun light outside. Even the laptop is in the dark car trunk, reflections are still very bad.
So I finnaly decided to get these goggles which Ive heard so much about. Aviator edition is different from standart edition, because it has integrated 2.4Ghz or 5.8 GHz video receiver. Also it came with 100 mW transmitter. I didnt tested it outside, but I dont expect much from that power.
I had VR920 video goggles before, so I can compare them. First of all, the things I like:
Good field of view (FOV). Its declared as 40ish degrees. It would be nice to have more, to get even more immersion, but its really enought to navigate and feel yourself in the plane. This is where it outperforms VR920.
Good contrast. My camera doesnt produce good colors, so I cant tell if there colors are good, but picture is quite good.
Really good sun shading. Foam around the eyes completely covers everything around, even with the bright sun outside, Ive seen only screen. No silly caps or covers needed.
I know its not a big lis