I got sent this directional tracking system by UAVision.co.uk Could it be a cheaper option for finding your downed Phantom or other multirotor than a GPS tracker? We take a close look and test it out.
With two receiver tags included in the pack you are able to protect two aircraft for the £44.99 price, but how does it work and, most importantly, what’s the range? Could it be right for your style of flying?
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My “On the Kitchen Table” videos are mainly aimed at newcomers to multirotors, quadcopters, drones and UAVs, particularly to the DJI product range, and the Phantom line in particular. I have how to’s, product reviews, tips, tricks, hints and information for beginners and those in the early stages of the hobby. I film “on the kitchen table” to show people that, like me, you don’t need a workshop and an array of specialist equipment and years of experience to get started and progress with flying these amazing aircraft and enjoying making great aerial videos and stills. So if you have bought, or are thinking of buying, a DJI Phantom, Phantom FC40, Phantom 2, Phantom 2 Vision or Vision+ or Plus, or even building your own DJI Flamewheel F450 or F550, we can do it… on the kitchen table!