FPV Camera Control is a new feature in Betaflight flight controllers that allows you to access your camera setting menu using your radio transmitter sticks.
The choice of mini quad FPV camera massively affects your flying experience, factors including wide dynamic range, latency, FOV, etc, all determine how well you see obstacles and how fast you can react to avoid a crash.
Runcam has just released a smaller version of the Eagle 2 Pro – the Micro Eagle FPV Camera! In this review will be checking out the performance and how it compares to the full size Eagle 2.
Let’s check out the Caddx Turbo SDR1 FPV camera, a CMOS Mini/Micro size FPV camera that is designed specifically for drone racing.
Runcam is releasing yet another FPV camera, the Micro Sparrow V2! I am actually quite excited about this one because it seems to provide the same performance as the Foxeer Predator, but just better with the help of some extra image settings.
The Foxeer Predator FPV camera is a new high performance, CMOS FPV camera. In this review we will take a look at the pro’s and con’s of the Predator Mini and compare it to the Eagle 2 Pro.
The Runcam Split Mini camera is a smaller version of the Split V2, which has 20x20mm mounting pattern. It can be used as an FPV camera as well as recording 1080p HD footage.
The Eachine SpeedyBee SEC FPV camera is a new budget option for racing drones. While popular light weight, micro size FPV cameras such as the Runcam Micro Swift 2 and Foxeer Micro Arrow can cost between $30 to $35, the Eachine Speedy Bee might be a cheaper alternative at the $20 price range.
Runcam recently released the Night Eagle 2 (NE2) FPV camera, designed entirely for night FPV flying. In this review we will compare the new NE2 to its predecessor, the RunCam Night Eagle (NE).
The Runcam Swift 2 Rotor Riot edition has been out for a while and we finally get to try this camera and compare it to the original Swift 2 and see how to perform.
We recently reviewed the Runcam Eagle 2 FPV Camera and we were blown away by the brilliant image quality, as well as the much improved latency. However we weren’t totally happy with it because of a few long expected, but missing features. Runcam listened and they’ve finally released the Eagle 2 Pro to meet all those demands.