Digital FPV DJI VS Analog FPV
Digital FPV systems also have the capability to run with higher resolution which further improves the sharpness and clarity of the video. Analogue video in the PAL or NTSC format is locked to a maximum resolution of 720×576 pixels or 720×480 respectively. Digital FPV systems can look better through the goggles however these advantages diminish if the digital FPV system is forced to transmit within the same bandwidth as a conventional analogue signal with low latency.
Cost is also another factor. It is highly unlikely that manufacturing will become advanced enough to bring the cost of a digital VTX down to the current cost of an analogue VTX. Take 20-40% off the retail price of a video transmitter, half that again and that most likely gives you a ballpark figure as to how much each unit costs to manufacture & research. An analogue VTX most likely costs around $5-$10 to manufacture (a complete guess). Compare this to a digital transmitter where the internal computer would have a wholesale price greater than that.
GEPRC TinyGO RTF FPV bundle
The new GEPRC TinyGO micro size brushless Whoop is available with two types of FPV cameras (Caddx Loris and Runcam Nano2). Both versions are sold in a ready-to-fly bundle package with an included transmitter, FPV goggles, 4 batteries, and charger.
EMAX TinyHawk II Micro Brushless FPV Drone (RTF Bundle)
this is still gonna be better than the V1, all those extra features for only $20 more. For those who haven’t’ got into the DJI FPV system, it’s excellent news for sure. And for those who already bought the V1 like me, I am still happy with them 🙂 I don’t see myself upgrading to the V2 yet, unless the 2.4GHz support becomes a killer feature, then I might consider it 🙂