Attitude, 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 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 AttitudeV2 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).
Atttitude V2 headset (with integrated 5G8 RX and Trinity head tracker)
1/3" CMOS 600TVL FPV tuned NTSC/PAL selectable camera
250mW 7ch 5G8 TX
3dBi 5G8 antenna x 2
1m AV cable
Futaba 6p data cable
3.5mm JR data cable
ezUHF MiniDIN data cable
Zipper carry case
Lens cleaner cloth
Optics: FOV (field of view): 35°diagonal (Image size: 1.3m @ 2m)
Interpupillary (IPD) distance: 59~69mm (adjustable)
Supports optional diopter lens inserts: -2, -4, -6 dpt
User Controls: Channel selection/ head tracker reset
Electrical: Power supply: 7~13V (2S/3S supply)
Power consumption: 350mA
Antenna: 5G8 3dBi dipole (circular polarized compatible)
Display: Full color LCD LED backlit Kopin CyberDisplay 922,000 pixels binocular display (640 X 480 VGA) NTCS/PAL auto selecting
Head Tracker: Trinity 16bit 9DFO 3-axis
Battery: 2S 7.4V 1000mAh (required, not included)
Power supply: 7~13 V (2S/3S supply)
Power rating: 310mA @7.4V
TX power: 250mW
Antenna: External dipole (circular polarized compatible)
Weight: 22g (w/antenna)
Power supply: 3.5~5V
Power rating: 60mA @5V
Imager: 1/3" CMOS 600TVL, FPV tuned light handling, NTSC/PAL selectable
Lens: 2.8mm IR coated, 100° diagonal FOV (ideal for fixed camera)
Lens extrude: 15x14mm diameter
3.5mm AV in/out port
3.5mm stereo earphone port
PS/2 DIN head tracker data port
5740 MHz, 5760 MHz, 5780 MHz, 5800 Mhz 5820 MHz 5840 Mhz 5860 MHz
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very good goggles. worth the price you pay.They are great quality and have a good feel to them,
whoooa that was the fastest shipment ever.. 4 days from china to israel with DHL
great googels amazing screen quality (Compering the teleporter) great range with immersion spironet circular polirazed antenas
i just love it i just love hobbyking
These were my first FPV goggles and my first FPV experience. I can't compare to other goggles becasue i have not used them. But these have a really good field of view and the quality of the image is very good. I will probably be upgrading to a different camera for better video. I highly recommend this product for any FPV pilot. Even though they aren't the cheapest they are worth every penny haven't had any problems with them and i hope they last me a long time.
Not very good range with stock antenna I got a deffictive product and I'm still waiting for a refund
I received my kit and after 2 flights without any crash the video transmitter fail. I sent back my kit to HK and they replaced it.
But today, When I tested my new kit, I attached the camera exactly like before, but when I takeoff impossible to fly due to A LOT of jello on the camera... Really strange because I attached it EXACTLY like the first camera, and the first camera never had jello :(
So opened a request to HK for this problem but no replay...
Apart this problem, the kit is good to start fpv / fpv racing like me (or not due to camera...)
No other problem, good quality and 1000ft with spironet antenna
The Manual is not very good. To install and use the Head Tracking Funktion is very explaned. I saw this Video on you tube :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HI2VKT52kzE
after this i had no Problems!
Everything worked out of the box. The picture delivered by the 600TVL CMOS camera is not the best, there are colour convergence issues, and low light performance is poor. But for the price and as a beginner camera I guess it's adequate. I also bought the three axis pan/tilt/roll camera mount, which works well with the Trinity head tracker, but there is one issue: It turns quickly in all directions except when panning to the right, there I get a really sluggish response. There is nothing wrong with the servos (checked with servo tester) so it appears to be an issue with the tracker. But it's not unusable, just slightly annoyingly slow in that single direction. Apart from that, everything works great. The tracker comes with channel 7&8 setup for pan and tilt, so you have to enter the beep menu to switch to three-axis control. It was not in the documentation how to enter the beep menu, you do that by holding the reset button down and then connect the battery and immediately release the reset button after the first beep. The eye cups are a bit uncomfortable, I will have to address that (maybe take parts from ski goggles). But all in all a great deal, recommend.
This is my 1st time at FPV. I've had a few flights now using the Attitude v3 and it's so much fun. All works well. I've made my own pan/tilt/roll setup using three hobbyking sero's and it works a treat. Highly recommend this kit. Thanks fatsharkand hobbyking!
I had my first fight & it was so much fun! It took abit of thinking to setup the head tracking to the transmitter but I got it working. I made my own pan/tilt/roll mount using hk servo's & it works & looks like a bought one. It will take some getting used to the height judgment. I thought i was well above trees when I was only about a metre or so above them. If you want to get into FPV or want to upgrade, buy this!!!!
Just received these attitudes and am very pleased with the quality. Also got the pleasure of comparing these to other fatshark goggles (dominator v1, predators and teleporter) today for comparison at a quad meet.
Teleporters are terrible and I wouldn't bother with them as the picture quality is dissapointing to say the least.
Predators are really nice, comparable in picture quality to the attitude. Only difference I would say is the fov. When wearing the goggles the screen looks noticeably closer and bigger in the attitude. However if I didn't have or want to spend the extra I would have still been happy with the predators.
Dominators had a slightly better quality picture than the attitudes but smaller fov.
So in conclusion I would say that the attitudes are a good jack of all trade but as long as you stay away from the teleporters you can't really go wrong.