This is a hobby where you gotta pay to play. Cheapskates who venture in with tepid feet need to find a different hobby like Tiddly Winks or Bocce Ball that's more amenable to their tight budgets.Well after you pop $3 grand for the bird and then $500.00 for iPad air 2 and 6 bills for extra batteries and maybe $800,00 for a pair of glasses. Let's not forget a hoodie so you can see the iPad screen.oops 2 more bills for a GPS unit hell if your going to fly it a couple miles and it goes down you surely want to find it.I guess another $300.00 won't hurt.
LOL, You shouldn't be putting crap on a CC that flies. Pay with cold hard cash, then your in the big boy club!This is a hobby where you gotta pay to play. Cheapskates who venture in with tepid feet need to find a different hobby like Tiddly Winks or Bocce Ball that's more amenable to their tight budgets.
Let the big boys with the high credit card limits enjoy this hobby the right way!
At a very base level, I agree with you. Any wimp can carry a CC these days. Sheesh, I know kindergarten teachers walking around with $40K in CCs in their pocket. And here I thought credit was tight after the Great Recession.LOL, You shouldn't be putting crap on a CC that flies. Pay with cold hard cash, then your in the big boy club!
Exactly. I always get a nice chuckle when I hear people say "I dont need all that long range antennas and booster crap". YES, YOU DO. If you care about the best signal under adverse conditions --- which is just about everybody --- then you care. Plus, just about everyone starts to crave long distance flying sooner or later!It's not all about maximum distance. It's about signal quality when there are obstructions in the way -- trees, hills, suburban wifi networks, etc.
I'm very excited that Tony has come out with these. I have his Stage 4 setup for my Phantom 2.
how have you not reached "max" range in your area. even if its not 2 KMS out most people will encounter to much interference in their area at only 600m or even less. this would at least keep your areas signal good.Don't see the point. Never reached max range with the stock setup and don't intend to.
You need to contact FPVLR.com directly (it's not listed on their website yet). From what I understand, you will need to send your remote to them (the main guy is named Tony), because they need to remove the existing antennas and micro-solder the new ones into it. This is why the cost is higher than normal for their antennas.Where can we order these bad boys?