If camera will record too, I can buy goggles without recording, anyway..Which you suggest me?
-Eachine VR-007 Pro VR007 Pro 5.8G 40CH?
-Eachine EV800 5 Inches 800x480 5.8G?
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Goggles Video Glasses 5.8G 40?
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This is another good choice, but as it stands it doesn't bind in D8, only D16. Not a huge deal for you, but it changes what you can use for receivers. Still good. Honestly this is what I would have recommended, but it's still new and I'm waiting to see how the quality turns out.
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This are same goggles without "D", which means recording, is still good enough like like EV800D? If signal the same, that is better choice for me to buy without dvr, because I can recording from camera.
The D stands for "Diversity" which actually means it has two antennas. (notice yours only has one)
It will switch to whichever antenna is getting the best reception.
Yes, you also want to record your sessions in goggle. It helps locate your quad when you crash it by reviewing the footage. Your GPS might work, and it might not. It gets you close, but if you're buried in the bushes you're still gonna have to look hard to find your quad. Reviewing the goggle footage helps, and I also have hellgates on my builds
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You could fly the 2200 probably, but that's the absolute biggest for you, and I would recommend something smaller. 1500 to 1800 mah will work better, you should still get 10 minutes plus easily if you're going easy on the punchouts. You're already very underpowered on your motors...
That 4000 is way too big
This is a very good battery (this is a brand the racers like right now)
Be careful with anything below 45C-50C The "C" rating is basically how fast the battery can safely charge / discharge. Low C batteries are cheaper, but they're not good for flying FPV, and if you push a LIPO too hard you will set it on fire. The lowest C rated battery I own is 65C