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Old 10-02-2016, 10:15 AM   #11
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thanks for the reply's and info. My fatshark SE's arrived to-day... perhaps I should have waited. Will try them this weekend
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let us know how you like them
Yeah, me too.
I've been using V1's for years and know it will be time to upgrade soon.

I personally would like an HD system. Getting tired of hitting tall grass and tree branches...LOL
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Well now this makes me want the quanum v2's again !! lolol

The fatshark HD2's have actually been discontinued in anticipation for an even newer release eh!!
And here they are....the new fatshark HD3!!

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And here they are....the new fatshark HD3!!

https://www.rotorquest.com/index.php...duct_id=109137
Whoa!!!

But $658??? you are better off with a 42" HD TV in the back of your car...LOL...!!


I think I'll continue to use my V1's and wait for the price to come down a bit
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Re: fatshark orange se

I used my new dominator Fatshark SE goggles. They have a massive screen and that gives a very immersive feel.

A big plus is the inbuilt DVR and head tracker,and a receiver, important to me, as I wanted them for fixed wing FPV, So I feel the the price was fair.

I like these very much, comfortable to wear, and view is great, compared to my fatshark Attitude V2 and Horizon Teleporters, Have never tried HD's

But goggles are such a personal thing.
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