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Use our comparison table to find the video transmitter (VTX) for racing, long-range or digital FPV with the greatest popularity, lowest weight, greatest transmission power or value. Digital VTXs require the DJI digital FPV camera. Racing and long-range VTXs require non-digital (e.g. analog) FPV cameras. Next, explore the VTX choices of championship winning FPV racers and freestyle pilots or continue reading for the opinions of individual FPV pilots.
OFFICIAL DJI DIGITAL OWNERS GROUP – Digital VTX Opinions
I’m not sure which I like better. Vista or air unit. Both have their purpose. For me normal 5” flying and racing around trees I prefer air unit. Micro sized and light weight 5” on a normal open course vista Kelvin
I haven’t flown my AU’s since I got my Vistas aside from the comparison vlogs 😳 Conrad
For me the vista and bandoo got enough range on 200mw, no problems with analog users and more range than 800mw analog Patrick
5 inch = AU, otherwise Vista Rick
Long Range Hooligans – Long-range VTX Opinions
In fairness, I know 1.3Ghz is better and penetration is great when using just omni. My long range is always casual, quick setup times, there is literally no beating a 400-1W 5.8Ghz system for 10-15km when you can literally just screw a tiny crosshair or spironet 13dbi to your goggles and have good video. All without needing a ground station. If I’m going to take the time to shoot out to like 20km+, I will make the effort of setting up the ground station Josh
I haven’t actually done any propper long range with it, but I’ve really been liking the fx2 dominator, it needs to be cooled well, but it puts out a clean 1.8w of power as measured on proper lab equipment. I have no idea what amp they’re using to do it, but they’re doing something right Luke
Any of them will do good with good antennas. A good receiver antenna is worth 10 vtxs Mike