The Runcam Split Mini camera is a smaller version of the Split V2. The mini uses a smaller camera and a smaller 2-layer PCB with a 20x20mm mounting pattern. It can be used as an FPV camera as well as recording 1080p HD footage at 60FPS.
As the name suggests, the Runcam Racer FPV camera is designed specifically for drone racing. In this review we will find out what makes it great for racing, and how it compares to other FPV cameras in image quality.
Micro FPV cameras are getting more and more popular because of the compact form factor and light weight. A lot of good cameras that come out today are in micro size, and don’t fit in many 5″ frames without some DIY modifications. It’s good to know that Runcam released a micro camera mount to solve this issue.
The lack of explanation of the settings in FPV cameras often leaves users wondering what they actually do, and how to achieve the desired camera performance. In this post I will try to explain the different settings in FPV cameras and how they affect image quality.
The Runcam Sparrow 2 Pro FPV camera is basically the original Sparrow 2 with a full size M12 lens and enhanced housing for better protection. In this review we will take a close look and check out the image quality compared to the previous version.
Foxeer has just released a new FPV camera, the upgraded Predator V2! Let’s find out what the improvements are and how it compares to the V1 in terms of features and image quality.
The Micro Swift 3 FPV Camera is using a standard size M12 lens for better image quality, as well as the latest UART camera control technology! In this review we will take a close look at the new features and improvements.
The lens on FPV camera can often get loosened due to vibration or crashes. In this tutorial I will show you how to focus FPV camera lens in a few simple steps.
FPV Camera Lens makes a huge difference to image quality. This article covers some of the most significant aspects of FPV camera lenses when it comes to maintaining and choosing one.
The Runcam Camera Control Adapter converts the OSD pin on an FPV camera to a UART interface. This allows you to use the UART port on the flight controller for Camera Control without the need for additional resistor and capacitor.
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.
Spoiler alert: the new Foxeer Monster Pro FPV camera has really good looking image! It’s a mini size CMOS 1200TVL camera and I’ve heard they making a micro version too.