FatShark Attitude V2 FPV Headset System w/Trinity Head Tracker and CMOS Camera
Attitude, already the best all round FPV headset in the Fat Shark lineup, has been supercharged with the addition of the revolutionary 3-axis Trinity head tracker. The 16bit, 9DFO 3-axis head tracker is nothing short of perfection that binds camera motion to head motion so accurately and smoothly that it creates the most convincing immersive FPV experience available.
The 35 degree FOV display strikes a perfect balance between large screen immersion and compact pixel density clarity. The Attitude V2 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.
The Attitude utilizes NexwaveRF technology with high pass filtering to make it impervious to 433Mhz and 2.4Ghz UHF radio interference. The quality extends to the exterior with its sleek ergonomics, rubberized texture shell, tactile motion IPD sliders and secured rubber eye cups, the AttitudeV2 headset looks and feels great from the inside out.
To shorten your journey to FPV Nirvana, the AttitudeV2 bundle includes the high performance 600TVL FPV tuned CMOS camera for RTF out of the box (pan/tilt/roll mount not included).
Kit Includes: Atttitude V2 headset (with integrated 5G8 RX and Trinity head tracker) 1/3" CMOS 600TVL FPV tuned NTSC/PAL selectable camera 250mW 7ch 5G8 TX 3dBi 5G8 antenna x 2 1m AV cable Futaba 6p data cable 3.5mm JR data cable ezUHF MiniDIN data cable Zipper carry case Lens cleaner cloth User manual
Headset Specifications: Optics: FOV (field of view): 35°diagonal (Image size: 1.3m @ 2m) Interpupillary (IPD) distance: 59~69mm (adjustable) Supports optional diopter lens inserts: -2, -4, -6 dpt Audio: Stereo User Controls: Channel selection/ head tracker reset Electrical: Power supply: 7~13V (2S/3S supply) Power consumption: 350mA Antenna: 5G8 3dBi dipole (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: Trinity 16bit 9DFO 3-axis Battery: 2S7.4V 1000mAh (required, not included) Weight: 150g
Transmitter Specifications: Power supply: 7~13 V (2S/3S supply) Power rating: 310mA @7.4V TX power: 250mW Antenna: External dipole (circular polarized compatible) Size: 55x26x11mm Weight: 22g (w/antenna)
Camera Specifications: Power supply: 3.5~5V Power rating: 60mA @5V Imager: 1/3" CMOS 600TVL, FPV tuned light handling, NTSC/PAL selectable Lens: 2.8mm IR coated, 100° diagonal FOV (ideal for fixed camera) Lens extrude: 15x14mm diameter Size: 21x21x12mm Weight: 15g
Interface: 3.5mm AV in/out port 3.5mm stereo earphone port PS/2 DIN head tracker data port
My current setup on this phantom:
DJI Phantom v1.1.1.
2 Lumenier 2250mAh 3s 35c Lipo Battery. (Two battery setup)
2 Carbon Fiber Battery Mounts.
Zenmuse H3-2D gimbal. (inverted mount for extra clearance)
GoPro HERO3 HD Black.
Phantom upgrade MC board for Zenmuse H3-2D.
DJI Vision 2 blades.
Aftermarket extended & wider landing gear.
ImmersionRC 5.8Ghz Audio/Video Transmitter 600mw.
Fatshark Attitude SD FPV Goggles with 5.8 Receiver.
ImmersionRC 5.8 GHz SpiroNET Antenna Set RHCP (SMA Connectors).
Also running a ground station for spectators to see a realtime view of my flights. Additionally, this setup can be used as a FPV monitor system if you prefer over using goggles. My personal preference is the Fatshark goggles.
Ground station setup:
Digital Prism ATSC-710 7" Battery Powered LCD Monitor.
ImmersionRC Uno 5.8GHz NexWave 32ch A/V Reeiver v4.
5400mAh 3s Lipo for power to receiver and monitor. (2200 would work fine)
ImmersionRC 5.8 GHz SpiroNET Antenna Set RHCP (SMA Connectors).
Seriously Oak4sale, you should stop spamming every forum with the same videos claiming to be using that product to get people to watch them. I could see part of your model & it didn't even look hobby grade to use Fatsharks & you claimed it was a Phantom on another forum. I've seen a lot of other people have asked you to stop doing this. Hobbyking should ban you from posting you're videos.
I do know that's Oak4sale's youtube Channel and I agree with you that he must stop spamming. I had written "plus 1" to say that I completely agree with you but the "plus" was automatically removed by Hobbyking.com and thus completely changed what I meant...
I have recently bought these goggles & 2 green lines have appeared in the lenses. Usually I fly at an oval so I can't really see them when I'm fpv flying my zmr quad. But if I aim the camera at a white wall or grey sky they are very noticeable. If I adjust the contrast very dark or light they mostly disappear. Has anybody else had this problem? I have used them less than 20 times & hoping the problem is camera or transmitter related as I don't want to have to go through the hobbyking warranty process ever again.
That's weird. Do you have the eye-point sliders adjusted properly? The only other things that could cause that is if debris found its way inside the goggles, if sunlight got into the lenses or if it was dropped. Try hooking it up to your TV with the included AV cable and see if the problem persists. Also, Fatshark has a support forum on FPVLab and will help you regardless of where you purchased the goggles. If you post there, you can arrange for them to repair your goggles or they may have a simple suggestion on how to fix it.
I have connected it to my LCD tv & the vertical lines are gone. This is indeed weird, I havent exposed the lenses to sunlight, or dropped them & I can only assume there is no dirt inside,they are still only a month old & always use the case provided. I appreciate the advice you have given me & will follow it up, cheers
No problem! It's good to hear that the vertical lines have disappeared! The problem can be narrowed down to your camera & video transmitter setup. If you are using the included camera & video transmitter, you can still get help from FPVLab from Fatshark. Thanks for the credit too!
I mean the vertical lines are not on my tv ,so there's a problem with the headset as the lines are still very visible. That means the problem isn't with my camera & video set up, it's definitely with the headset. They have to be returned to Hobbyking first as FPVlab states they can't help unless that process is followed first.
Awesome Headset! fits my head and eyes nicely. a must buy for fpv
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This FPV was more expensive than the Predator V2, but I figured the bigger FOV and included head tracker were worth the extra $130. Very light unit, bright display and IPD is useful. The included antennas are garbage so buy the circular pair. The camera is good enough for a CMOS type, but I have ordered a CCD which will blow away any CMOS for contrast, HDR and low light. Maybe it's just me, but the eye cups are uncomfortable and feel like I've been punched in both eyes after wearing them for too long. Like others I've bought ski googles and installed them in snuggly which is super comfortable now. Overall I'm happy with these, but lost 1 star for the sub-par included antennas and uncomfortable eye cups.
I changed out to Attitudes after selling my Dominators and they are noticeably wider in the FOV. The kit is good as it comes complete but was a bit disappointed as there was no battery included or battery plug, unlike with the Dominators, it doesn't include the battery but you get the barrel connector to solder to your own battery pack. I am stuck using the cable and powering the goggles off my transmitter for now which is annoying. Other than that they are great, good finish and quality display. Thanks Hobbyking
I have just received these today (already had predator v2)
arrived in UK in 10 days (uk direct post) Free ! No customs problems.
If you have the Predator v2 and are wondering if its worth upgrading YES IT IS ! these are brighter/larger picture and being able to adjust the PD is brilliant ...I do a lot of fpv flying on my quads, I don't use the head tracker, but its nice to have the option now ...yes as others have said the eye cups are a bit uncomfortable ... but I would say the same for all the goggles I have tried ... but when flying I don't notice it, as am totally immersed in the flying, and its only 15 mins at a time ... 450 (naza) quad with zippy 5000 3s 20 c (using 9xr), the included antenna are ok, but clover lead are so much better ... I only go about 1.5k but have no problems with reception ...I am very happy with these ... well worth the money ...