Video transmitters (VTX) are devices that transmit video from your drone to the FPV Goggles or ground station. Here are some of the best 5.8Ghz VTX for mini quad / racing drones that I recommend.
Let’s talk about the DJI digital FPV system, why I think you should or shouldn’t get it. I will skip all the specs and basic stuff which you can look up on the product page and manual, and get straight into the user experience side of things.
Looking for a video transmitter for your tiny whoop or toothpick micro quad builds? Check out the Eachine Nano VTX – not only it’s the smallest VTX I’ve tested, but also capable of up to 400mW!
Holybro released a very small VTX recently, it’s designed specifically for racing drones and micro FPV drones. Let’s find out what’s special about it and how well it performs.
This is a review of FuriousFPV’s True-D 2.4GHz Module, and . While we were testing this system, we also ran some tests against the 1.3GHz FPV setup to see how they compare in terms of performance in the same condition.
If you fly alone or in small groups, then there is absolutely no point spending so much money on VTX’s with fancy names. I recently tested the Eachine TX805, and I think it’s one of the best value VTX’s you can get in 2019.
There are more than 40 channels on a video transmitter (VTX) you can choose from, sometimes even up to 72. It can be confusing for a beginner as which channel is best to use. The decision comes down to whether you fly alone, or with other people.
Not getting enough FPV range on 5.8GHz? This guide will explain the many aspects of using 1.2GHz – 1.3GHz video transmitters (VTX) and receivers (VRX) to get longer range. It will take you through selecting gears and some tips for optimal performance.
If you want to record your FPV flight from your camera without all the signal breakup, then you might want to check out the Speedybee DVR VTX! It’s basically a 600mW video transmitter with a built-in DVR (digital video recorder).
The Speedybee TX500 is a video transmitter you can mount in a 20x20mm FC stack. It also has built-in mic, VTX control and some other features that you might want to consider.
Few months ago, I tested the Foxeer ClearTX V1, but the output power was way below spec, I was getting less than 5% of the rated power. Not sure if it was a defective unit, before I could get a replacement they already released a new version – the ClearTX 2, that’s what we are going to check out in this review.
In this article I will show you how to build a 1.2GHz/1.3GHz to 5.8GHz wireless relay (repeater). It’s an ancient idea but a powerful DIY hack that can bring various benefits to your FPV experience if you are a 1.3GHz user.