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› How New is 3 axis head tracking?
02-27-2016 12:03 AM  21 months agoPost 1
reinhardt37

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Hello all,
I noticed the 3 axis head tracking ability of the attitude v2 and decided I would like to invest in a similar product. I would be very concerned about connection issues and would be happiest with a 2 antenna setup PLUS amplification. Are there a good All in one head tracking goggle/camera set up + amplification options?

I would only need two antennas because of the airframe getting in the way of the signal. Clearly I don't know much about the subject but I have a very good airframe once I find a suitable system.

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AR

PS. Range would be 2 miles if I was happiest. This would be for mountainous use too.

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10-02-2017 04:31 AM  52 days ago •• Post 2 ••
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RMRC and getFPV and hobbywireless and dragon link v3 for you long rang I would say 2yr but I don't know

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