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.
This article features some of the best FPV cameras, you choice can massively affect your flying experience. Factors including wide dynamic range, latency, FOV, all determine how well you can see obstacles and how fast you can react to avoid a crash.
Runcam recently released the Split 3 camera in both Micro and Nano form factors. I am particularly interested in the Spilit 3 Nano because it looks like a perfect camera for “toothpick” micro quads.
The Runcam Split Hybrid is a “dual-camera” system which offers up to 4K HD recording and low latency high performance FPV feed. In this review we will take a look at the specs/features and how it performs on a mini quad.
Let’s talk about the DJI digital FPV system, why I think you should or shouldn’t get it. I will skip all the specs and basic stuff which you can look up on the product page and manual, and get straight into the user experience side of things.
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.
In this article I will share some tips on how to avoid and fix FPV video issues. They way you connect and power VTX and FPV camera affects how clean the video signal is. With good practices you can minimize noise in the FPV feed.
Runcam is releasing a new FPV camera, the Phoenix Oscar Edition which I helped develop. This is a micro camera with full size M12 lens designed for day time flying.
The Runcam Racer Nano FPV camera is basically the Racer 2 in an ultra small form factor. This is designed specifically for micro drones and tiny whoops.
Runcam released a new FPV camera – the Racer 2. Yet, it’s not “just another new camera”, it has some fancy features that makes changing camera configurations much easier in the field.
The Bick’s MultiView Duo is a small camera switcher using either PWM from radio receiver, or signal from an FC. We will discuss the advantages and disadvantages compared to the good old Hobbyking video switcher.
The Foxeer Falkor is a new CMOS camera featuring “Global Wide Dynamic Range” (G-WDR). It’s a feature that offers superior performance in showing bright and dark objects clearly in the same frame.