Check out this latest video to find out what you need to know to get started flying FPV.
In this tutorial we talk about why your ground station is very critical to the FPV experience. Do you pick goggles or a video screen? Satchel or tripod mount and do you go complex or simple.
Fatshark & Foxtech make some great plug and fly systems or you can mix and match depending on your needs.
I personally fly using a satchel bag with my fpv gear at my side and view my flights with a pair of Vuzix 920 goggles from Amazon.
I have had great luck with these goggles as they offer clear video and easy setup.
We hope this helps you when building your first FPV plane or quad
This video is brought to you by StoneBlueAirlines and Alex iBcrazy Greve (CAGreve1231) from Video Aerial Systems.
We will be posting new videos once a week so stay tuned for the next video in this series.
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Build, Fly, Crash, Repair, Repeat.
All my FPV gear came from: www.videoaerialsystems.com
Video: 808 #16 Keychain Camera with modded lens.
Planes: Spector 48
FPV40 Scratch Build Wing from Dollar Tree Foam
Flight Test Nut Ball
Radio: Futaba T6EXA Radio
Receiver: Coronal RP6D1
1.2 Ghz Transmitter and receiver for video
Helical and Cross Hair Antenna
Vuzix Wrap 920 Goggles
Video Monitor: Haier 7" LCD HLT71
Flying Wing Calculator