Ni-mh batteries in Dynam Xmitter
Any thoughts on the advisability of using Ni-mh AA batteries in a Dynam 72Mhz transmitter. Using 8 alkaline AA batteries at 1.5 v each pumps out 12 v. But 8 Ni-mh at 1.2 v each only gives 9.6v. Is it safe to fly with Ni-mh batteries in this or any transmitter??? What about the Li-po pack I see advertised for transmitters. Will one of these fit in the Dynam transmitter???