Originally Posted by docinfrance
@ Azure IMO a lot of people are making a mistake in buying this unit to "help" fly FPV, when in fact it won't help you, it will fight you.
In FPV where you look is (pretty much) where you are headed and it's much clearer looking from the model's POV then a quad more then 50m away (especially when it comes from telling left to right). Basically you're always flying tail in.
It's easier then most people who have never tried FPV think it will be, and with the naza holding your altitude you really only need the GPS add on to get you out of trouble.
Yes, I think we are saying the same thing. FPV is a different animal, but easier in many respects because the orientation issues go away. And yes, I agree that my only reason for GPS currently is to bail me out with RTH when my video craps out or I fly out of RC range by mistake. I'm sure the PH would be helpful occasionally as well; like if I had to scratch my balls or something.