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Fatshark compatibility

#1
I am new to the hobby and I am really interested in FPV. I want to ease my way into it and maybe take the cheaper side of things first. I definitely want the immersion of goggles and I have been looking at the Fatshark teleporter v5 googles. I also have been looking at the Hyperion mini camera. I want to use this camera because it is so small. It would work with any size aircraft and has a built in transmitter. I was wondering does anyone know if this camera is easily compatible with the Fatshark. Obviously I'd need a clover leaf antenna for the goggles, but other than that is there anything else I would need. I want to make sure I do it right and this seems like a good place to start.
 

Fluburtur

Cardboard Boy
#2
If your receiver can work on the same band than the camera then you are good and most receivers and transmitter now work on all bands.
 
#3
Per Fatshark the Teleporters come with a 7 channel receiver module that supports the following 7 channels:

CH1: 5740 MHz CH2: 5760 MHz CH3: 5780 MHz CH4: 5800 Mhz CH5: 5820 MHz CH6: 5840 Mhz CH7: 5860 MHz

The Hyperion camera/vtx comes with a built in transmitter that supports 40 channels:

•Band 1(F): 5740(CH1), 5760(CH2), 5780(CH3), 5800(CH4), 5820(CH5), 5840(CH6), 5860(CH7), 5880(CH8)
•Band 2(E): 5705(CH1), 5685(CH2), 5665(CH3), 5645(CH4), 5885(CH5), 5905(CH6), 5925(CH7), 5945(CH8)
•Band 3(A): 5865(CH1), 5845(CH2), 5825(CH3), 5805(CH4), 5785(CH5), 5765(CH6), 5745(CH7), 5725(CH8)
•Band 4(R): 5658(CH1), 5695(CH2), 5732(CH3), 5769(CH4), 5806(CH5), 5843(CH6), 5880(CH7), 5917(CH8)
•Band 5(B): 5733(CH1), 5752(CH2), 5771(CH3), 5790(CH4), 5809(CH5), 5828(CH6), 5847(CH7), 5866(CH8)

Since the Fatshark channels match up with the Band 1 (F) channels of the Hyperion camera/VTX they will work together.

Have you looked at any other goggles? The Quanum Cyclops goggles come with a 40 channel receiver for half the price. They don't look as cool, but still have a great receiver and solid picture.
 
#4
Thank you so much for your help. I did look at the cyclops. I have used a friends goggles like that before and I wasn't a huge fan of how they fit on my head and was definitely looking for more of the smaller goggles type product. But it is definitely somthing to think about.