I love RV but despite the recent boom in FPV and surely their business, they still operate more like a one man shop... and sadly not a very diligent one. (Mike from Dragonlink is on top of everything, very active on forums, and super responsive to repairs, issues, etc so it can be done even with a tiny staff)They must be on a long vacation Cause I cant even get a RMA for my Main board with a busted throttle output
Minim does suck and that's why I threw cash at the playuav osd when it came out. It looked promising but sadly it only lasted an hour on my bench before it died. Maybe try it again when a v2 batch comes out. I have 5 RVOSD 5.1s and they all behave differently. I have a couple that are awesome, a couple that the AHI is always suspect, and one that I don't trust. I replace that last one with a pixhawk clone and stuck it in an X8 and have been doing auto takeoffs, landings and all sorts of cool waypoint action. APM is not for the faint of heart but if you call it a hobby, APM forces you to learn something. RVOSD is more for the plug and play people.The minimosd sucks, and the first person to fill that hole with something good is going to profit. Color and graphics with some software to be able to custom configure it would be killer!/rant off/
Yes, but Koray, you have your own groundstation software setup etc. The rest of us mortals have pretty much nothing from RV supporting the RVOSD. So Vector's offering is something vs basically nothing from RV.I just bought EagleTree as well, as a FC , yet it is very successful but IMO when I compare the ground stations Eagle Eyes is crap.You can only use it with its own software which is useless .