Taking on a new hobby is not only fun and games, it also involves a period of learning and getting used to the hobby itself. All of the aforementioned aspects also apply to your hobby. When you signed up for this particular hobby involving radio controlled quadcopters, you know there will be a lot of learning and practicing. Flying a drone is not an easy task, after all. But all of these supposedly less fun parts of the hobby do not feel like a burden at all because, well, that is essentially the definition of what a hobby is. Something that you are absolutely into will never, ever feel like a hassle let alone a burden.
As the days have gone by, you find that you are not at the point where you finally get the hang of your drone. You are capable of properly navigating your drone through every kind of weather, in every terrain, and while at the same time fully utilize its incredible features during flight. You are now capable of getting the most out of your rather expensive investment, and perhaps it is the right time to take it up a notch. You see, regardless of your favorite part from flying a drone is, every flyer loves the view of up there – hence the hobby of documenting the flight with video footage and images. Since you are no longer a novice, you feel this is the right time for you to invest on a few drones Video & Parts from the page. You believe that not only will they be able to spice things up a little bit, they will also help you see better and take better footage. Who wouldn’t want to enjoy the view from up there, right? While you cannot ride your drone, you can get into the First Person View (abbreviated as FPV) simply by investing on the correct gear.
There are two common gears to get you into First Person View, namely the FPV Goggles and the FPV monitor. There is no way you can look cool while wearing these FPV Goggles, however, they are capable of giving you a total immersion experience during your video piloting session. Consisting of a head mounted system, the goggles are equipped with little screens as its built-in lenses – which explains its bulky built. Is this the one for you? Many flyers opt out from purchasing FPV Goggle because they are not into having a massive screen right in front of them. While it blocks sunlight, the eye-to-screen distance can give a headache. A great, and better alternative to this? The T-RS2000 5.8G 32CH 7-inch LCD FPV Monitor. This FPV monitor comes with an ultra bright screen that is capable of delivering impressive quality of what your drone is seeing from up there. Its bright wide-screen display is not the only best thing about this monitor, however. Its high-definition image perception ensures that every footage is displayed with such detail and crystal sharp to mimick the reality. Supporting PAL/NTSC format, this monitor is a perfect fir for those with 5.9G AV-transmitter.