Need help buying goggles for F210 3D

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    Ok, I'm buying Fatshark HD2 goggles and need to know what antenna I need to get since they don't come with one. Does anyone know what transmitter antenna is on the F210 3D? Can someone please help.

     
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    Hey, It's an LHCP antenna, but i would suggest to buy paired antennas and throw away the stock one.
     
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    Fatshark use a different carrier frequency for the channels. If you buy a Fatshark you need to buy the Beta Band RX to be compatible with Walkera (And everyone else).

    You can use the standard Fatsharks but you will get bands on the screen and reduced range.

    As above Walkera use LHCP and Fatshark use RHCP. You will need to buy a set of one or the other.
     
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    Thanks
     
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    I have every goggle type, FatShark, Walkera Goggle 2, Walkera Goggle 3, Skyzone, Eachine, bunch of unnamed DIY ones. By far the best are my Skyzone sky02s ones. The FatSharks are falling behind and cost way too much for what you get. So if you haven't purchased them yet, give the Skyzones a chance.
     
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    I agree 100%. I have found the Skyzones the best all round. The inbuilt camera is a bonus. And if you an afford, future prof yourself with the 3D version. Its real 3D and works great for drone close in orientation. (judging distance)
     
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    Thanks, I will.
     
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    Hi how are you. I also just bought f210 3d. Besides just buying the skyzone fpv will I need anything else In your honest opinion how good is the range and overall picture. Please respond
     
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    The skyzones have dual antenna. Swap one over to a LHCP mushroom.

    That will give you best range on the diversity RXs.
     

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