Is this possibly the most popular 1.3GHz VTX for long range flying on a fixed wing and plane? Let’s check out the 1.3GHz 400mW VTX from ReadyMadeRC.
The Nano Cricket 5.8Ghz VTX by ReadyMadeRC is probably the smallest video transmitter I’ve seen that is capable of 200mW output power. Let’s take a close look at its performance in this review.
Video transmitters (aka VTX) are devices that transmit videos from your drone to your FPV Goggles or ground station. In this edition of “Top 5 Best” we will announce the best 5.8Ghz VTX for mini quad / racing drones.
I liked the Holybro Atlatl HV VTX because you could install it in the FC stack and made a clean build. It had all the features you’d need in a mini quad including SmartAudio and a microphone. And they have just released an improved version – the Atlatl HV V2 VTX.
I absolutely loved the Runcam TX200 VTX, and now it’s just got even better! The new TX200U an upgrade with VTX Control feature added. In this review we will take a look at it closely.
When it comes to choosing a video transmitter (VTX) for mini quad, the considerations shift from long range and high power to small size, bandwidth friendly and accurate transmitting frequency. In this article we will discuss all the factors on how to choose VTX for a quadcopter.
The Matek FCHUB is a PDB that has an integrated VTX and current sensor. It’s an excellent option for those who don’t like all-in-one flight controllers and run a separate board for power.
This week I received a new product from Runcam to try out, their first video transmitter – the Runcam TX200 VTX. It’s super light weight and it’s designed specifically for the Micro Swift 2 camera.
In this review we will take a look at some new video transmitters from AKK, which are affordable VTX’s that come with SmartAudio.
Here we have the Aomway FPV Combo – a 700TVL CMOS camera and a 5.8Ghz 200mW video transmitter both in one small package.
Raceband is currently another popular topics in the racing community. So what’s Raceband and what is it good for?
When I received this TS5823 video transmitter, I was surprised by how tiny this vTX is compared to other commonly seen 200mW video transmitters. Not only it is with the advantage in size, it also supports 32 channels (4 different bands) which covers the channels used in equipment from Fatshark, ImmersionRC, Skyzone, Boscom and so on. Allowing a wider voltage supply is also a great feature in this mini video transmitter.