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Started by nickyb, Sunday,October 06, 2013, 10:09:27
Quote from: mutley2 on Sunday,October 06, 2013, 11:22:54 You will need the GPS as part of the Naza V2 because the miniOSD uses it, I have that set-up and it ticks all the boxes. I go out into the wilds of Wales and it gives me all the info I need to get my quad home to me with out being to busy a display, just plug and play.
Quote from: mutley2 on Sunday,October 06, 2013, 16:25:36 Forgot to say that it cost £38 and as said in my other post it';s just plug and play. You can get some really good OSD but they need a GPS so the weight goes up and the flying time comes down, have not tried the "full fat" naza OSD Mk2 but it';s a lot more money and I have all the info I need on the miniOSD for my Disco.
Quote from: Mudders on Sunday,October 06, 2013, 23:09:31 I';m in the same boat, have a look here, under the iOSD picture is another picture of a chart which shows ones features over the others.http://www.firstpersonview.co.uk/on-screen-displays-osd-gps/dji-iosd-miniMuds
Quote from: flybywire on Thursday,October 10, 2013, 09:50:17 Yes, I did have an iOSD mk 1, info on screen wise it';s no real difference, you';d only need the full size v2 if you needed plug and play support for the zen muse gimbal camera output, which it has (not on mini). It also has a spare can-bus connector, but you';re unlikely to need that on Naza!Hope it helsp mate.
Quote from: Jumpy07 on Thursday,October 10, 2013, 18:39:36 DJI iOSD v DJI Mini OSD Mini OSD has one Canbus Port, iOSD has two Mini OSD has no logging, iOSD has logging Mini OSD has one video in port, iOSD has two and an RC input for controlling the channel. Mini OSD is half the size of iOSD iOSD can control the channels on the DJI Video TX, Mini OSD CantThere are some differences in the display.. but small..
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