The best beginner FPV setup: Goggles


FPV stands for first-person view and with that, the most important part of the best beginner FPV setup maybe the goggle. Without it, one is just not fully “immersed” into the drone. The Teleporter V5 are from the company Fatshark which is known for quality and performance. It provides an enjoyable experience because of its large FPV screen and the integrated NexwaveRF VTX receiver.


The Teleporter V5 is an excellent beginner FPV setup for goggles because it is a full-functioning, built-in VTX FPV goggle with features normally only found on higher-end models. It also has a built-in digital head tracking technology and eliminates the need for a special transmitter setup.



The best beginner FPV setup: Transmitter


Another very important part of the best beginner FPV setup is the transmitter and receiver. These items take input from your hands and execute them on the FPV drone making it obviously an important aspect of the build. It can affect everything from the range of your model to the customization of the transmitter and its functions. Price is also an extremely important part, that is why a great beginner FPV setup for transmitters is the Taranis Q X7. This is a lightweight feature packed reliable system and it comes in a black or white color scheme. The radio features a Haptic Vibration Feedback System which provides an additional feedback system to the audible alert warnings. This radio has 16 channels and features a smooth ball bearing gimbals. Equipped with six switches and two knobs running on OpenTX and model files can be shared with the popular X9D Plus.


A feature that makes this the best beginner FPV setup for transmitters is the MicroSD card slot that offers an almost unlimited model memory options, it also has a USB port for upgrades and to connect to a PC for adjusting settings or using as a joystick for PC simulators. Another one of the best features that make the Taranis Q X7 a really good beginner FPV setup for transmitters is its full telemetry capability, as well as audible and haptic RSSI signal strength feedback. The navigation wheel and center enter button make navigating the clearly backlit menu enjoyable to use. There is an audio jack output and trainer port as well as a module bay for use with a module that can be used with other frequencies and protocols



The best beginner FPV setup: Receiver


Along with the transmitter you need ta compatible receiver, that is why the best beginner FPV setup for the receiver is the FrSky R-XSR This receiver is an SBUS receiver with all the functions of XSR, but with redundancy function. The redundancy function is integrated into this tiny receiver ensures connectivity and the IPEX connector makes it easy to replace antennas in the case it is damaged. Another great reason the R-XSR is the best beginner FPV setup for the receiver is it’s also an ACCESS compatible receiver, by flashing the ACCESS firmware instead of the ACCST, it can be re-bound at any time without accessing the F/S button once it is registered to an ACCESS radio, making it capable easy to bind and unbind transmitters.


The best beginner FPV setup: Multirotor


Our opinion is that the Emax TInyhawk 2 is the ideal drone for a beginner FPV setup because it is a redesign of the popular Tinyhawk 1. They partnered with the experts over at Runcam and the Tinyhawk II features the Nano 2 FPV Camera, known for its sharp colors, wide dynamic range, and precision optics. Another thing that makes this an excellent beginner FPV setup is It has a super clear video reception with 25mw, the standard for indoor events, as well as 100mw and 200mw options for increased range and obstacle penetration.


With the high performance and higher speed capabilities, the Tinyhawk II frame had to be redesigned to increase its durability.  It resulted in the unique aerodynamic properties of the Tinyhawk. Built-in is a throttle response LED system which decreases and increases in brightness depending on the throttle input of the motors which surely makes this the best multirotor for a beginner FPV setup.