|Nov 26, 2014, 09:52 AM|
FPV set-up for a beginner
Hey guys. I'm new to FPV, and when I say new I mean that I have never actually touched or flown FPV I'm not necessarily looking to get into it straight away, but I would eventually like to be able to slap a small camera on one of my scratchbuilds and fly it FPV style.
I'm looking for something simple, small (preferably) and cheap. I really don't care about looks or performance too much, I just need something that will get me started.
Also, no goggles. I would prefer to have a screen to look at.
|Nov 26, 2014, 12:41 PM|
Joined Feb 2001
Those Skyzone Plug-N-Play FPV Sets are perfect for beginners. That's what i started with. You can get them at Hobby King and other stores.
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