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Old 08-26-2010, 01:24 PM
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I think I have found an affordable start to FPV but as I have never tried or bought any of this equipment before I thought I would ask some of you here that have for some input. The system I am looking at is from HobbyKing. The product number is CP100024RX12T and is a 2.4GHZ 1000 mW Tx & Rx and 1/3 inch ccd camera. By what I can understand so far I think my Electra glider should be able to tote it after I have gone to a brushless and lipo power ststem. The weight of the Tx system says to be about 30 grams. Although I would eventually probably want to fly or land by the transmitted inage, right now I just want to be able to have it transmitted to a screen so that the guys at the field and my dad can get a veiw from the air live. Is this system something that would be adaptable to a 2 meter sailplane?
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Old 09-02-2010, 01:38 PM
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Yes, it is. As long as you have the space in your plane and it can handle the extra weight, you will be fine. You could fly your plane with a dummy weight to try first.

Did you see that Hobbyking is also preparing a plane especially for FPV: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...dProduct=14465
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