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Typhoon H / CGO3+ / low lights / impressed what you can get out of it with the right settings

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by bayport, Jul 1, 2016.

  1. bayport

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    Few shortcuts from my training flight in my hometown Düsseldorf, Germany.
    Comments are appreciated.
    Cheers, guys!
     
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  2. Renaud

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    fine like this in the evening! Good work
     
  3. bayport

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    Few pictures from yesterday in low light conditions... >>> TwitterLink
     
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    very nice, notice you have a transmitter upgrade, how do you find it? noticeable improvement?
     
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    Hey Graeme,

    in general yes I can confirm it is an improvement, as long you always turning yourself or the controller in the direction the Typhoon H is operating. I bought the extender very soon directly after I received my unit at the end of may.

    Currently I would wait, because the firmware update and the small but crucial hardware mod on the ST16 already provides a very good range and stable signal. However if you still would like to buy an extender - I would take the one with three ports, as we know now the ST16 will have 3 antennas attached from outside.

    I hope this helps in your decision making.
    Cheers!
     
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  6. Graeme Buckley

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    Excellent thanks, I have not had any issues yet but to be fair I've only gone 600ft max, tho I did take it into some hills but still not had any issues, my range may increase as my confidence does with the H

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