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Old 04-02-2017, 04:25 AM   #1
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I have FS th9x transmitter.. is there any way you can set it up in chase mode ..this fix mode some times I lose sight of the plane...
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I have FS th9x transmitter.. is there any way you can set it up in chase mode ..this fix mode some times I lose sight of the plane...
What are you flying........plane......?
What type or RX are you using...?
What exactly do you mean by "chase mode"......?
Is "fix mode" a setting that is established by the TX/RX or an aspect related to the craft firmware..?
If you're flying beyond your line of sight, are you able to control the craft with GPS or other system coordination........?
What makes you think the issue is related to the TX, are there other flight functions the craft provides that you have not learned or discovered........?

The FlySky TX can be programmed (in conjunction with) many flight systems.....what exactly are you trying to accomplish here..?
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Simulator?

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FS th9x tx.. r9b rec
fly any airplane ..I would like to be close to the a/c when flying..even when its high..like a sim it has fix mode chase mode noise mode etc so the a/c is always close to you..you said something about a gps ..I don't know if I am making any sense
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You must be able to see your plane.

There is no way to set a transmitter to give you a view as if you were in chase mode except in a simulator, and that setting is in the simulator program not the control transmitter. They can do it because everything is simulated.

After you would become a good pilot and have a LOT of good Video camera equipment, you could set up a view as if you were in the cockpit, but still not a chase mode.

Either you are asking the impossible, or I can not understand what you are hoping for.

When it's hot you still have to be outside to fly, sorry no a/c.

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that's clears it up...thank you thank you for your help...
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It depends...

out of the box with your first plane...more than likely, no.

with experience rc flying/FPV and the right camera gear...one could put a small camera on the rudder or a "pole" if you will to place the camera behind and above the tail. if you had a field near the a/c you could conceivably FPV the plane on the runway and go inside while a spotter looks out for you...

as mentioned it will take time on the sticks and camera gear...$$$.

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thanks for the info...yes I am just starting ..I do belong to a club they are helping me ..but its been windy for the pass month for me to try...I will look into that sounds great have to check into it ...thanks again..
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