I finally got a successful flight in with my TinyOSD III
I had never intended this EZStar for long range but after flying out 1 mile I got to thinking I had no idea how much battery I was using, how fast, how high, and WHERE I was in case I lost the plane - and I really thought about that during my Fog Flight.
So I got the Tiny OSD III installed it and took it out for a flight this morning:
So here are the pro's and cons, the pro's absolutely outweigh the cons.
The Cons are only suggestions for Skylark:
Adjustable from full information to simple
Software installs and functions easy on my Win7 machine
Installation is a snap, easy.
Documentation is a bit weak.
USB adapter ($2.99 item) is not included. I would be happy paying the additional $2.99 for it to be included.
Current sensor signal wire is not quite soldered on very well- you could rip this off.
I did, but I will resolder back on and then coat in epoxy.
Would I recommend this? Absolutely, it's a low cost OSD for beginner FPV'ers and I see some long time FPVers using them too.
View this video on YouTube