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Fatshark wiring for P2V

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision Discussion' started by Metalhead, Apr 9, 2014.

  1. Metalhead

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    Hi Everyone,

    I'm wondering if anyone has managed to fit their fatshark FPV system to the P2V using the vision camera?

    I have a Fatshark attitude system and would love to see it working with the P2V.

    Brian
     
  2. Qwadjok

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    Metalhead

    I too have a set of attitude goggles. No one seems to have an answer but from what I know, because the Fatshark runs on 5.8ghz and so does the P2V, having two 5.8 ghz signals on the same system would cause signal interference and not work.

    Try asking the DJI Guys on Youtube. They experiment a lot.

    QJ
     
  3. Metalhead

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    Ok, Thanks!
     
  4. Noël

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    As mentioned above the 5.8 GHz VTX (video transmitter) WILL interfere with the 5.8 GHz receiver onboard of the P2V.
     
  5. wildcatter

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    Why couldn't you just change out the 5.8 receiver in the fatshark with a 2.4 ???
     
  6. OI Photography

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    2.4GHz wifi isn't the same as 2.4GHz FPV transmission.
     
  7. wildcatter

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    I am surprised that fatshark doesn't offer a compatible upgrade.
     
  8. GMANNZ

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    Is not so much FPV (just the vision appview) but cant you output the phone/tablet display to HDMI via MHL and then use that feed into the new Fatsharks that take HD input ?? (just wondering)
     
  9. ronhiner

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    My problme is that I just cant see my iphone well in the bright light condtions that the Vision likes. So I was thingking the same thing - take and output from the iphone and feed it to the goggles. I'm not sure how you'd work the controls on the phone, howver.