Here’s a quick look at the Caddx Nebula Micro FPV Camera (Eachine Edition) for the DJI FPV System. I will talk about the features and specs of the camera and post some footage on a later date when the weather gets better here.
Here’s how I normally replace the camera or coaxial cable that connects the camera and Air Unit or Caddx Vista. These parts are user replaceable by design, so it’s very easy to do.
The Caddx Vista Air unit was the lightest DJI HD camera/transmitter you can put in your drone, I said ‘was’, because they just released an even lighter camera, the Caddx Nebula! However, I am quite disappointed!
I tested the most popular nano cameras on the market: Nano 2 and Racer Nano from Runcam, Predator 4 Nano from Foxeer, Kangaroo and EOS2 from Caddx. Let’s compare their price, specs and performance in both day and low light to find out which is the best Nano FPV camera.
After using the Caddx Tarsier 4K camera for a while now, here is what I think. I am going to keep this review brief and go straight to the good and bad things I noticed while using it.
Very annoyingly the Foxeer and Caddx FPV cameras don’t have a OSD ground pin. Especially the cable that comes with it have male connectors on both ends making it nearly useless for me. In order to use the camera and play with the settings at the same time, I had to make a DIY cable that breaks out the OSD signal and GND.
Let’s check out the Caddx Turbo SDR1 FPV camera, a CMOS Mini/Micro size FPV camera that is designed specifically for drone racing.
Here is a comparison between the Foxeer Predator Micro, Runcam Micro Swift 2, Caddx Micro SDR1, and the latest Micro Eagle. In this round up we will test their performance in various locations and under different lighting conditions.