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would like to buy a good FPV Set UP!

Discussion in 'FPV (First Person View)' started by chino316, Jun 16, 2014.

  1. chino316

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    Hi everybody so i'm looking for kind of a good fpv kit i don't care about pricing as long as it works I'm all in. I'm really looking into a fpv combo package with everything included to batteries, monitors, chargers, wires and transmitters!! like a plug and play so i don't go running around like chicken with no head on scattering looking for parts lol. but its for my dji phantom 2 with its h33d gimbal and my hero 3 black edition. but i would like to avoid soldering wires as much as i can but if i have to i'll try my best sometimes I've heard combo package might not be so good but i would appreciate it if someone could post or send me links to each and every part that is needed for a good one instead of a combo kit. Thank You very much in advance.
     
  2. GhostMaster

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    My advice for a cheap FPV system that works and its very easy to install, almost plug and play, takes 5min to install on phantom.

    Video Tx to install on the phantom:
    Boscam TS353 400mw: http://j.mp/1gJ6t7s

    LCD with Receiver and battery:
    Boscam 7" RX-LCD5802 5.8GHz Diversity Receiver: http://j.mp/1lZuham
    LCD Battery Charger: http://j.mp/1h3CreQ

    I used this with great sucess, you can expect at least 1km with sotck antennas (without any obstacles), and if you change to better antennas you can get 2km or more. ;)