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  1. hello all, i've been wanting to upgrade the receiver in the skyzone SJ-V01 almost from the minute i got them. i am a fan of wide screen views, i was never good at using the Fat shark goggles. The SJ-V01 goggles are similar to the Head play goggles in size and shape, maybe even monitor. the thing that head plays lacked was a true diversity receiver. the SJ-V01 already had a diversity receiver and it worked very well. but with all the new improvements in receivers these days, and having had these SJ-V01 goggles for so long, i started to make the transition over to the Furious FPV rec
  2. ALL SOLD! For Sale: 5.8GHz FPV Wireless Video Receivers. $33 each (or 2 pcs for $64) *shipped* to any USA destination. International delivery is not offered due to the insanely high postal costs for traceable shipments outside the USA. To purchase one please PM me for my PayPal account details. I have several and all are new/unused. They have the seven standard Airwave 5.8GHz RF channels (5740, 5760, 5780, 5800, 5820, 5840, 5860 MHz) and are compatible with FatShark and ImmersionRC (IRC) transmitters. Complete with A/V cable and dipole antenna. They have mono audio (right-side chan
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