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Vision transmitter

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision Discussion' started by Timmish, Jun 27, 2014.

  1. Timmish

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    This may be a stupid question but can I bind my Vision with say a Spektrum DX9 and just remount the wifi extender and phone holder on the DX? Am I just limited to the DJI Vision transmitter? Am I understanding right that the transmitter is still 2.4 and 5.8 for video? Thanks for any explanation.
     
  2. colonelangus

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    yes you can people upgrade all the time .. simple procedure turn on phantom flip over push in red led it will turn yellow then turn on tx and wait for led to go out then your done..
     
  3. Old Gazer

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    On the Vision , the wifi extender is 2.4, the controller is 5.8



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    True story :D
     
  5. Timmish

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    Thanks. So pretty much stuck with factory transmitter? No big deal. I have not had any issues. I appreciate the replies.
     
  6. Gadgetking

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    Actually, it appears that if you put in a OrangeRX Receiver (e.g. R820 which has S.BUS, is 2.4Ghz and DSM2/DSMX) you may be able to use a Spektrum receiver.

    There are YouTube clips of binding the Spektrum Transmitter to the OrangeRX receiver and then connecting the receiver to the NAZA-M thru the S.BUS.

    I haven't tried it but at $18 from hobbyking.com, it looks like this may be an inexpensive way to get a better transmitter than the stock DJI one. At least it may consolidate the transmitters.