ImmersionRC rapidFIRE Receiver

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    • ich hatte das Glück das RapidFire System auf der AERO testen zu dürfen. Ist schon nicht schlecht. Der Diversity für die Brille soll um die 150€ kosten hatte Anthony erwähnt.
      Hab dann noch mit Lukas Wahl und Angelo Samuel darüber gesprochen. Die waren von der Qualität begeistert.
      Gelegenheitsflieger -> mein Spielzeug -> Videos
      Die RQ-Rosenheim Frames wie Hive, Honeybadger und Co. gibts bei fpv-customs.de im shop :whistling:
      Rechtliche Informationen DL -> sicherer-drohnenflug.de
    • Chris Wind schrieb:

      Letzten Freitag noch mit Sander von ImmersionRC geschrieben, sie sind aktuell immer noch dran die ganzen PowerMeter zu bauen,
      und wenn die fertig sind, dann fangen sie an die RapidFIRE zu bauen.


      Spike schrieb:

      Gibt es dazu eigentlich noch Infos ?
      Sollte ja angeblich "bald" neue News geben aber da ist ja nun doch schon länger Funkstille

      dann kann es ja noch dauern wenn sie noch net gebaut sind
      BMR-Homepage: http://www.bavarian-multirotor.de Ein Platz für alle aus München und Umland

      Der neue Bavarian Multirotor Kanal: youtube.com/channel/UCL-Pida9gLFOGLoFnkOxmmQ

      Der Himmel über Bayern ist weiß und blau, perfekt für den racer.
    • Wieso völlig uninteressant? Zumal es den PowerMeter von ImmersionRC schon eine Weile gibt. Habe meinen seit über 2 Jahren schon also "neu" ist das PowerMeter definitiv nicht. Wenn die Kunden halt Nachschub brauchen/wollen im Sinne vom PowerMeter dann wird halt deren Augenmerk eher darauf sein - kann ja jede Firma handhaben wie Sie es wollen. Der Hype flacht deswegen ja nicht ab ob es jetzt 1-2 Wochen länger dauert.

      Wenns so ist wie beim Clearview ist das natürlich eine andere Sache, aber ob Immersion nun ein Produkt eine oder zwei Wochen später rausbringen, wird kaum bis garnicht stören. Die Nachfrage wird so oder so wahrscheinlich riesig sein und allgemein zu gross sein um alle gleichzeitig zu bedienen.
      Sollte dir mein Beitrag geholfen haben, freue ich mich natürlich jederzeit über ein "Gefällt mir!" :D
    • Es wurde weder behauptet, dass das PowerMeter "neu" noch dass es "völlig uninteressant" wäre. Es ist einfach nur irgendein Produkt, das nicht jeder zu Hause hat oder haben will. Daher etwas seltsam, es nun als Verzögerungsgrund zu nennen.
      Wahrscheinlich wurde einfach nicht rechtzeitig Kapazität gebucht oder sowas - ist ja auch nebensächlich aus welchem Grund genau, jedenfalls dauert es offenbar noch.
    • Sander Sassen schrieb:

      Yes, the wait is finally over! We're happy to report that we'll start accepting preorders from our retailers tomorrow for the much anticipated rapidFIRE goggle module which is due to ship in May! Priced at $179 the rapidFIRE module ships with our antenna bundle featuring the spiroNET omni and the 8dBi patch antenna so you can hit the ground running with this proven combination!

      The rapidFIRE technology the rapidFIRE module is named after is the culmination of two years of research and development. It 'fuses' together the images from two 5.8GHz A/V receiver modules into one beautiful, interference-free image. Tearing and rolling are eliminated and our advanced noise-detection algorithms guarantee a clean and stable image at all times. The rapidFIRE module is optimized for use in environments with multi-path interference such as indoor racing, flying in abandoned buildings etc. but also offers superb sensitivity and selectivity outdoors and for long range use.

      The rapidFIRE module is compatible with all Dominator LCD goggles including V1, V2, V3, SE, HD1, HD2, HD3, HDO, and Attitude V3 and V4. To guarantee this compatibility it ships with injection molded and beautifully painted module bay doors for both Dominator and Attitude goggles.

      For Attitude and HDO goggles, the module is plug and play. For others, an included headtracker-bay aux power board, with flat-flex cable, is included which is recommended to be used for best results.

      As expected from ImmersionRC we've future-proofed the rapidFIRE module by equipping it with an USB port, allowing future firmware updates and the adding of new features through our Vortex configuration app.

      The rapidFIRE module enables easy menu navigation by means of a 5-way joystick which is used to scroll around the menus that are displayed on a responsive OLED display on the outside of the module, with feedback of critical parameters displayed on the OSD. When used to time races, the rapidFIRE technology eliminates dropped frames from the FatShark DVR. Finally DVR footage can reliable be compared for photo-finishes.

      Key features included are a built-in spectrum analyzer, favorite channels with live single-channel spectrum display for manual tuning, band scanning and many, many more.
    • Vram schrieb:

      Wenn ich das auf Instagram gerade richtig gelesen habe kommt demnächst von "maionhigh" ein Vergleichsvideo vom Rapidfire zum Diversity.
      Kommt dann wahrscheinlich mehr oder minder zeitgleich mit allen anderen.

      Gibt mit Sicherheit 'nen NDA für dieses Modul. Anders kann ich mir nicht erklären, dass man da wirklich noch gar nichts gesehen hat, obwohl das nun schon einige Leute haben.
    • Aus rcgroups, Patreon Email von Joshua Bardwell:
      rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=39624676&postcount=105

      JB schrieb:

      JB email sent today.
      ****ImmersionRC brought the RapidFire module to Knoxville, and I got to test it. So the question you're all wondering is, should you buy it? The final answer to that question has to wait until production samples are available. But based on what I saw, I'm willing to weigh in here. If you're waiting for a ClearView, I think you should seriously consider pre-ordering a RapidFire instead. And if you're saving up for a LaForge v4, the RapidFire might not be out of reach.

      You probably know that the Iftron Clearview FPV receiver has some secret technology that gives it unparalleled range and multipath resistance. The RapidFire module seems to be ImmersionRC saying, "We can do that too!"

      RapidFire tops ClearView in at least two ways. First, RapidFire has an OLED screen, a joystick, and no fan. By comparison, ClearView uses a clunky single-button interface (short press to advance, long press to enter). Iftron has promised a joystick module for the diversity bay, but there's no anticipated date. Second, RapidFire has been announced at a price of... get this... $150. Compare this to ClearView at $290. Yikes.

      So let's be clear: RapidFire wins handily on price. It wins on usability. What else is there?

      The ClearView Fatshark module has been repeatedly delayed, with little update from Iftron on the progress. When a few modules did leak out to testers, they were found to be defective and Iftron went back to fix it. Last I heard, they had the "fixed" module back from manufacturing and were testing it to be sure it was right. That was weeks ago. In summary, it's about six months after ClearView was supposed to be in customers' hands and there isn't even confirmation that the module is being manufactured. For many people, that has been enough to cancel the pre-order. We can't know whether RapidFire will experience the same issues, but overall I would say that ImmersionRC has at least a little edge here in terms of delivering on product release dates and customer communication.

      The real question you all are asking is: DOES IT WORK. Is it as good as ClearView? And based on what I saw, I'm willing to say... it might be. I was impressed with its performance, and if ImmersionRC delivers on their promise to make the final unit even better, I'll be even more impressed.

      Here's the thing: at a price of only $150, and with its ease of use, RapidFire is worth considering, even if ClearView turns out to win in RF performance. If RapidFire beats ClearView in RF performance, then Iftron may be in serious trouble. In fact, even UBAD might be a little worried right now. A LaForge v4 at around $120 may get absolutely smashed in RF performance by RapidFire for only $30 more.

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      Let me be blunt: If I had a ClearView pre-order up right now, I would be very tempted to cancel it and put in a RapidFire pre-order instead. (And in case you are suspicious of my motives, bear in mind that by making this recommendation, I am costing myself affiliate revenue, since the ClearView is nearly twice as expensive.)

      Happy Flying***