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Old 05-15-2012, 10:18 PM   #1
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Default New FPV Store Opening

FlyThroughTheLens.com is now open. This site features new First Person View (FPV) products and accessories. Our new products include a 40mm Ball Turret Kit, FPV Delta Wing Kit, and the P-Veiw Field Monitor Kit.

DIY40mm Ball Turret Kit
The DIY 40mm Ball Turret Kit has been developed to meet the demand of a low cost, low part, easy to assemble FPV camera system. The ball features mount allowing the user to install a variety of sensors to suit their needs.

Tilt Range of Motion: 12° to 90°
Pan Range of Motion: -180° to 180°
Gross Weight RTF: 58 grams
Dimensions: 2.75” H x 1.5” W x 3.5” L

FPV Delta Wing
The “SharkTooth™ ” basic delta platform is designed for experimental modelers entering into FPV This lightweight delta has a large payload bay that will accommodate a variety of sensor packages including our DIY 40mm Ball Turret Camera. This basic kit can be fitted in a pusher (with elevons trimmed) or a tractor configuration. We prefer the tractor configuration as it is considerably quieter and can be hand launched with a powerful motor without fear of shredding your fingertips.

700 sq. inch wing area
132 cu. inch Payload Bay
Magnetically Secured Payload Hatch.

P-View Field Monitor
The P-View First Person View (FPV) monitor allows easy access vision in direct sunlight. The First Person Pilot can be conveniently positioned with a buddy box for flight operation in accordance with AMA rules. The tripod is of high quality and fully adjustable. It can also be used with separate controls so that the observer can control the camera turret while the aircraft is being flown by the pilot in command. The P-View kit is designed to run off hobby 3 cell batteries and has 2 RCA Video inputs.

Please visit our site and give us suggestion for new products!
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