I have spent a few months/weeks researching what kind of quad copter I would like to own and fly. I enjoy photography, fell walking and climbing and I want to take my photography skills to a new level, excuse the pun, and film my hobbies from the air.
I have thought about building a quad but with my limited experience, this would prove false economy, and most likely end in an epic failure.
And, I have come to the conclusion that I would be best off with, fully assembled quad. I have chosen to purchase an Iris for this reason.
However I have a few questions about the order form, which I would appreciate help with so that I don't buy the wrong things and spoil my experience.
Could somebody please explain what the Wireless Data Link is and does?
I live in the UK so I'm assuming that I will need the 433Mhz version.
I would very much appreciate advice on what I would need to make my Iris a FPV quad, with or without using a GoPro camera?
Would I be able to use a Tablet to view live video from my little quad?
Would I be able to use a Tablet to control my little quad?
I realise and understand that I would need to gain an Amateur Radio license, and I will be swatting up for this as well in preparation of successfully learning to fly my quad.
I also realise that, to an experienced person these sound like dumb questions, but we all had to start somewhere and I am trying my best to learn and research the subject as best I can. This includes learning to fly a small Hubsan H107C quad as well as using an Android simulator app to improve my flight handling skills.