thankksThis one seems to be the most popular right now. \/\/\/
FrSky 2.4GHz ACCST Taranis X9D PLUS Telemetry Transmitter w/X8R Receiver & Case [FRKX9DPLUS-CASE] | Airplanes
If you look around, you could probably pic up one of these (used) for a good price. And there seems to be good support for Spektrum with FC's
Spektrum RC DX6 2.4GHz DSMX 6-Channel Radio System (Transmitter Only) [SPMR6750] | Airplanes
This will most likely be my next Tx
Spektrum RC DX8 G2 Transmitter w/Quad Racing Serial Receiver [SPM8010] | Airplanes
Basically any 6 channel radio will be OK - they start around us$60 - BUt it all depends on what your future plans are. I took my own advice and have ended up with a cheapo that was a waste of time and money - a Devo 10 - I thought was too complicated for me - but I did not allow any learning time and wanted to "Plug-n-Play - now after a sitting idel for a few months - I use it and in fact its a very good 10 channel radio but my main radio is a Turnigy i10 which has a more visual "tuning! dispplay and currently sells around the $250 mark.Hey I'm looking to get a new racing drone transmitter. I would like to stay under $250. Any suggestions?
Unless you are planning on backpacking then, other than their compact size, I really don't see the benefit in either one. I haven't done any research on either (not interested), but rumors I've heard are that they are only programmable through PC?How about the TBS Tango
Or the Turnigy Evolution?