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Trying to link new Spektrum Fatshark fpv goggles to Boscam transmitter

Discussion in 'FPV (First Person View)' started by nauzerlvr, Apr 10, 2015.

  1. nauzerlvr

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    Here's hoping one of you experts can offer some suggestions. I just bought the SMMVS1100 goggles and I'm trying to get video. I'm getting a very "static-laden" image and can't seem to get it to clear up. I have the Fatshark circular antennas on the transmitter and on the goggles. Do I need a different transmitter?
     
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  3. nauzerlvr

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    Thanks for the reply Noiseboy. Do you think that transmitter will also power my black pearl! Or can I tether from the black pearl to the goggles using th transmitter I have? Could be I just can't have both! Or maybe I should just add a flint camera. I just hate to add to the weight.
     
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    The Immersion will work with both the BP and Fat shark, so this is probably the simplest option.

    The Fat Shark has a significantly better receiver as well, with better reception at long range, so I would not want to rely on the BP.
     
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