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FPV on 1.2m-1.4m planes

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Old 10-13-2018, 12:11 PM
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What's going on everyone soooooo I want to fly my planes more in FPV and in a better quality than using a small little micro FPV camera lol. The goggles I have now are the Teleporter V4 I plan on getting better FatShark ones eventually but these are good for me right now. The camera I have, like I said is a micro 5.8ghz 25mw camera that you would use on smaller micro planes. Now I have attached this to my micro p-51 and it was really cool but for my bigger planes I want an inexpensive setup with the goggles I have that I can use. So if anyone has a budget friendly setup they wouldn't mind Sharing I'd greatly appreciate it. I'm not afraid to spend a little extra if the setup consist of it but I'm not going all out for the setup just yet. Note the planes I have are a 1.2m P-47 and a 1.4m Commander Mpd (love that plane lol) Thanks Guys
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Old 10-29-2018, 07:26 PM
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I'm flying a FPV P-51D Mustang and Pitts Special, you can copy my setup using FPV schematics attached below or just visit my links for build reference. It should give you an idea how FPV setup works and what stuff required for your big planes especially warbirds like your P-47 and others.

FPV P-51D Mustang build page: https://www.supermotoxl.com/fpvuav-m...-mustang-960mm

FPV Pitts Special Build page: https://www.supermotoxl.com/fpvuav-m...-special-860mm

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