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Do you use "light" TX versions for DLG?


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Marc RC pilot

I am curious to hear your views/experience  pros and cons with these types of transmitters for DLG (or any other) use.

My first impressions are they seem cheaper smaller/lighter with less buttons/switches to worry about compared to there bigger brothers.

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Marc RC pilot

I noticed pro F3K flyers like Piere  Meunier use them in some of his videos.

 

Any flyers amongst us ever use these Playstation style transmitters?

 

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There a certainly a few I know of in the US and elsewhere who use them and they think it is great. Seems like a perfectly viable option.   Probably suits some people and not others.  You will probably only know how If you like it if you try it.   There is at least one thread about the XLite in rcgroups. 

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I bit the bullet and ordered one from T9 ( l got a confirmation of it being posted within 5ms of placing order! ) . Will report initial findings when I get it.

Couple of popcorn friendly reviews:

 

short and sweet;

 

 

Long and ocd (check out vid at 51m + for amazing fp clear video):

 

 

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