Attitude V2, already the best all round FPV headset in the Fat Shark lineup, has been supercharged with the addition of the revolutionary 3-axis Trinity head tracker. The 16bit, 9DFO 3-axis head tracker is nothing short of perfection that binds camera motion to head motion so accurately and smoothly that it creates the most convincing immersive FPV experience available. The 35 degree FOV display strikes a perfect balance between large screen immersion and compact pixel density clarity. The Attitude V2 sports the same polarized backlight technology used in the gorgeous Dominator display for vibrant colors and has adjustable IPD for dialing in the optic sweet spot. The Attitude V2 utilizes NexwaveRF technology with high pass filtering to make it impervious to 433Mhz and 2.4Ghz UHF radio interference. The quality extends to the exterior with its sleek ergonomics, rubberized texture shell, tactile motion IPD sliders and secured rubber eye cups, the Attitude V2 headset looks and feels great from the inside out.
To shorten your journey to FPV Nirvana, the AttitudeV2 bundle includes the high performance 600TVL FPV tuned CMOS camera for RTF out of the box (pan/tilt/roll mount not included).
• Attitude V2 VGA headset with integrated 5.8GHz receiver and head tracker
• Zipper carry case, lens cleaning cloth, Fat Shark stickers
• NTSC/PAL selectable CMOS camera with 2.8mm wide angle (100 degree FOV) lens
• 25mW, 7ch 5.8GHz CE compliant transmitter
• Filtered balance lead TX power supply
• AV cable (for connected to external AV devices viewing/recording)
• 2 x 5.8GHz CP SpiroNet antennas
FOV (field of view): 35° diagonal (Image size: 1.3m @ 2m)
Interpupillary (IPD) distance: 59 – 69 mm (adjustable)
Optional diopter lens inserts (Not included): -2, -4, -6 dpt
Audio: Stereo (Earphone not included)
Power supply: 7-13 V (2S/3S supply)
Power consumption (@7.4V nominal): 300mA wireless/ 150mA direct mode (RX off)
Resolution: 922,000 pixels binocular display (640 X 480 VGA)
Full color LCD LED backlit Kopin CyberDisplay
NTCS/PAL auto selecting
Trinity 9DOF 3-axis head tracker
Battery: 7.4V 1000mAh
Operating Frequencies: 5740MHz, 5760Mhz, 5780MHz, 5800Mhz, 5820MHz, 5840Mhz, 5860Mhz
*Note: Fat Shark headsets use NexWave brand RF modules.
Compatibility is only guaranteed with Fat Shark and
3.5mm AV in/out port
Power in port
3.5mm stereo earphone port
PS/2 DIN head tracker data port
Power supply: 3.5-5V (powered off TX)
Power consumption: 60mA @5V
FPV tuned light handling
NTSC or PAL selectable (Jumper on = PAL)
Lens: 2.8mm IR coated
100°diagonal FOV (ideal for fixed camera)
Size :Square: 21 X 21 X 12mm
Lens extrude: 15mm X 14mm diameter
Transmitter Specification (25mW 5G8 V3):
Power supply: 6 - 17V (2S-4S supply)
Power consumption: <100mA@12V
Power out (camera): 250mA, 5V
Transmitting power: 25mW
Frequency: 5740MHz, 5760Mhz, 5780MHz, 5800Mhz, 5820MHz, 5840Mhz, 5860Mhz
Size: 40 X 26 X 14mm
Weight: 22g (with antenna)
Combined onboard FPV components (TX, camera, filtered power adapter):
Power supply: 6 - 17V (2S-4S supply)
Power consumption: 390mA @7.4V
Total weight: 42g (with antenna)
Powered via battery balance lead
Unit Weight (g)
Max Charge Rate(C):
Everything connected together when you take it out of the box, you just connect the batteries and it should work. The quality of the material on the goggles is great, but its hard for me to adjust the goggles so that the picture is in the middle. When i put the goggles on so that it is comfortable to wear the picture is to high, so i have to look up with my eyes to see the middle of the picture. When i adjust the goggles on my face that the picture is in the middle the goggles feel uncomfortable. (probably it is just my weird face:) )
I am using it on my 250 quad. The range of the 25mw tx is better than i thought it would be. It exceeds the range of my cheap radio transmitter (i6). With more or less clear line of sight i got cca. 500-550m, but i am quite disapointed with the video quality.
The size of the picture is ok, when you get used to it, but the resolution is worse than i thought it would be. The whole image is missing sharpness, details (resolution), i dont know if i need to refocus the camera, or just to replace the camera with another one, or if i am expecting to much.
I would be happy if anyone could suggest me how to improve the video quality. (new settings, or a new and better camera, that also work as plug and play)No lo he podido probar en el campo de vuelo. Despus de 3 usos la pantalla se ha quedado blanca. La calidad es horrible para el precio que tiene. Esperando ya unos das a que HK acepte le devolucin.Wonderful product - easy to use and so much fun. Compare the price to other shops! Because of the 25 mW transmitter the range is quite limited ( for 250 race copters enough)- but with a more powerful transmitter this is solved. The problem is not HK - its the stupid european law.produit sympa, l'ensemble est facile utiliser. Le branchement de la camera la batterie se fait via la prise d'quilibrage, empchant l'utilisation d'un avertisseur de tension basse. Par contre, impossible de savoir quoi sert le port prsent sur lmetteur video.5 stars for the goggles, they are great. The camera and goggles provide great and clear picture. The transmitter is very underpowered and provides very minimal range. I would only get around 50-70m with clear picture.
Great bundle, although I would go for a bit more powerful transmitterNice videogoggles
good field of view and nice build quality the 25mw transmitter is very good up to 800m and more and the cmos camera is really great.First impression out of the box very good! Manual sufficient to get started. A real plug and play device, absolutely easy to use. Haven't had the chance to try it on a plane but racing through the appartment on a RC car with goggles on is great fun!!