The new AttitudeSD is the best all round FPV headset in the Fat Shark lineup. Smaller and lighter than its predecessors, the AttitudeSD is packed with new technology and features to deliver outstanding performance.
The new 35 degree FOV display strikes a perfect balance between large screen immersion and compact pixel density clarity. The AttitudeSD sports the same polarized backlight technology used in the gorgeous Dominator display for vibrant colors and has adjustable IPD for dialing in the optic sweet spot.
On the head tracker side, the AttitudeSD includes the latest generation MIG tracker (V4) with new algorithm refinements for drift free precision head tracking. The integrated 5G8 receiver module is latest generation with improved sensitivity that increases range by a dramatic 40% over previous models. The module has also has improved high pass filtering to make it impervious to 433Mhz and 2.4Ghz UHF radio interference.
The improvements extend to the exterior as well with a rubberized velvety texture, tactile motion IPD sliders, secured rubber eye cups and a thinner head strap. This headset looks and feels great from the inside out. You’ll be the envy of your fellow FPV pilots.
Kit Includes: AtttitudeSD headset (with integrated 5G8 RX and HeadTracker) 250mW 7ch 5G8 TX Filtered balance lead adapter 2p 3dBi 5G8 antenna 3m AV cable Futaba data cable ezUHF data cable Zipper carry case Lens cleaner cloth
Headset Specifications: Optics: FOV (field of view): 35°diagonal (Image size: 1.3m @ 2m) Interpupillary (IPD) distance: 59 – 69 mm (adjustable) Supports optional diopter lens inserts: -2, -4, -6 dpt Audio: Stereo (requires adjustable volume earphone accessory) User Controls: Channel selection/ head tracker reset Electrical: Power supply: 7 - 13 V (2S/3S supply) Power consumption (@7.4V nominal): 300mA wireless/ 150mA direct mode (RX off) Antennae: External dipole (RX is circular polarized compatible) Display: Full color LCD LED backlit Kopin CyberDisplay 922,000 pixels binocular display (640 X 480 VGA) NTCS/PAL auto selecting Head Tracker: MIG V4 (magnetic, inertial and gyro sensors) Battery: 7.4V 1000mAh (required, not included) Weight: 150g
Interface: 3.5mm AV in/out port 3.5mm stereo earphone port PS/2 DIN head tracker data port
you need an osd. a simple cheap one cam show you battery info like the E-osd and others for under 10 dollars. but for rssi you need a little nicer unit, but that could be displayed on your controller .
You can see rssi with a cheap minim-osd board flashed with minimosd-extra firmware. You just need a receiver that provides the rssi signal (frsky d8rII-plus, d8r-xp or d4r-II do so ie.) and feed it into the minim-osd board. If you use an Ardupilot flight-controller, you can feed the rssi to that and have the minim-osd output all kinds of useful flight-info like voltage, flight-mode, direction and distance to home, number of satellites, etc. And minim-osd is only 18$ here.
Hi Shepdog, if your video works through the AV then it seems to be your receiver, just as you stated, As hobbyking don't answer here, only customers, i recommend contacting them at the live support centre. If you provided enough evidence they may get you to send it back and they will send you a new one, the hard bit is proving that it is faulty, i recommend sending in plenty of video evidence. It will probably take 5 or 6 days for them to get back to you, but overall if you provide the evidence they are reliable.
I seem to have a problem with my goggles, received just under a month ago. The picture is fine through AV, however, the receiver does not appear to work. When the receiver is switched on (AV unplugged) and Tx powered up, I don't get any static, snow or lines. I can switch through channels but nothing.
The Tx and Rx have only been powered with antenna on, batteries good, camera functioning. Suggestion? Hobbyking, should I send them back?
*Kevin I asked Hobbyking if it was v1 or v2, and this is the reply.
"We sell out of stock very quickly and only order the latest items. Its V2"
Perfect, love them more than my predators. onley thing i mis is the soundknob for adjusting youre headphone's. it is lighter and feels great in youre hands. adjustingknobs for youre eye's feels a litle sheap though. but overal a big upgrade. crisp clear vieuw with the hero 3 black fpv !!!! see even grass from altitude
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I got this some days ago. Also ordered the SMA spiroNet antennas. Video image was lost at about 700 meters. Think the image will be fine at 1,5km with the 600mW transmitter. Very happy with the product. REMEMBER TO BUY battery for the headset and a 5V camera if you don't want to solder.
Extremely happy with these goggles, I was a bit nervous at spending the money but very happy I did. Only criticism would be there is only 5v output for camera on transmitter, it would be could to have 5 & 12v outputs to cater for more cameras, but it was easy enough to tap into the 12v inputs.
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Ordered them sent to the US. Great glasses, but beware, customs charged me $150.12 after I had already paid express Shipping. (UPS wanted a check for COD) You can but these items in the US for the same price without the Customs charge. Beware....
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My first fpv / goggles, great quality build wise.
Image quality is less than expected, but is good enough.
Bought CP antennas too, range on ground is about 300m los of course.