Runcam just released a new version of the Swift FPV camera – The Swift 2. I am lucky to get a sample, and in this post I will be going through some of the improved features and provide photos of the product.
Runcam recently released the Night Eagle FPV camera, designed entirely for night FPV flying. In this review we will compare it to what most would consider a good all-around daytime camera, the RunCam Swift.
The Foxeer Arrow HS1190 FPV camera is probably the only camera on the market that provides voltage OSD capability. And in this review we will check out the performance and how it compares to the Swift and Eagle.
We are testing the new Runcam Eagle FPV camera, which is due to release end of July. We will also compare the performance of the Eagle to Swift, Owl-plus and Aomway 700TVL.
Various reports of the CCD sensor got ripped from the circuit board on the Runcam Swift FPV cameras. We will have a look at how to increase its robustness.
If you are into FPV flying at night, then you might want to check out this new OWL Plus Starlight FPV camera from Runcam.
Here is a review of the Runcam Swift – a small form factor FPV camera. It is tiny but Runcam assured us that it has the same high performance as the PZ0420M, and its flexible mounting works on majority of the frames. Let’s find out.
Here we have the Aomway Sony CCD 1200TVL FPV camera. We are going to compare this camera to the most popular FPV board camera on the market – the Sony Super HAD 600TVL, in terms of image quality and latency.
Runcam sent me their OWL Starlight Camera for review, which is designed for night FPV flying.
Here we have the Aomway FPV Combo – a 700TVL CMOS camera and a 5.8Ghz 200mW video transmitter both in one small package.