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Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision Discussion' started by disjecta, Feb 12, 2014.

  1. disjecta

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    My rich uncle just bought me one of these. Do you guys think this is overkill to get a better wifi range? Also, does anyone know how I would attach it to my Tx? Someone on Facebook said I could get a 200 mile range!

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  2. GneeChee

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    LOL ... too funny!

    You're going to share that with all of us, right? ;)
     
  3. disjecta

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    Actually, it's a giant wifi sucker. The minute I turn this bad boy on, every Phantom pilot's screen will go black....muhawwwhawwww!!!
     
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    Lol. You can also get an SMA adapter and fit it on your fatshark goggles ;P
     
  5. GneeChee

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    I get it. You're a spy for the anti quad/drone/RC contingent. You're here taking names and hijacking phantoms.

    :D
     
  6. disjecta

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    Who needs FatSharks, these suckers are way more powerful. They have gimbals that attach to your iris!! You use your tongue to navigate the phantom. Here you can see that the woman on the right is making a sharp left turn.

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    Please post a pic of the battery you are using and what are the fly times. What mods were made to the shell to fit them? :lol:
     
  8. disjecta

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    Flight time is 9.85 seconds

    Here's the battery, it's not quite as heavy as it looks:

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  10. disjecta

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    Ooooohh, niiiicce! Sounds like you need one of my uncle's things to make your uncle's thing go
     
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    Pffffttt... MY uncle owns a liquor store...
     
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    **** spoiled brats. Some of us had to make our own.

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  13. disjecta

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    LOL! That's the best one, hands down!
     
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    !!! ???
    Lemme guess; it's one of those imported knock-offs... like a Skew Wovenar CP with negative-gain, right?

    Either that or you score 3-points and get a perfect 3-minute egg if you can make it from behind the line.

    iDrone :lol: