The choice of mini quad camera massively affects your FPV experience. And while there are so many to choose from, we have picked 5 best FPV cameras for you in March 2017.
The Runcam Split V2 is here! The first version has been extremely popular as far as we can tell from the views of our last review, however there were some minor issues with it. In this latest Split V2, most issues have been addressed and we will take a closer look at the improvements.
New FPV camera from Runcam – The Sparrow series. There will be a full size one that is the same dimension as the Swift 2, and there will be a micro size one that is the same as the Micro Swift. In this review we will look at the Micro Sparrow.
We tested Aomway’s CMOS camera last year, and it was great at image quality. This time Aomway has released a V2 and it just got better and cheaper.
Let’s check out Aomway’s new 650TVL CCD camera. Many thanks to Aomway for sending this camera in for the review and testing.
The Runcam Micro Swift 2 is one of the smallest FPV cameras and the new version has just added voltage OSD and some other improvements.
Runcam has just released something pretty amazing, a brand new product – the Runcam Split HD/FPV camera. The split can be used as a FPV camera as well as for recording 1080p 60fps HD footage.
Eagle 2 is the new improved version of Runcam Eagle FPV camera. Many thanks to Runcam for sending the Eagle 2 in for testing. Release date is in around a month’s time.
The Runcam Owl Plus 2 is about to be released. In this review we will take a look at what the new features are, and how it compares to the previous version and other FPV cameras.
The Micro Swift is possibly the smallest and lightest CCD FPV camera on earth. In this review we will have a look at the hardware quality, and how it compares to the regular Runcam Swift FPV camera in terms of image quality.
The Swift has just gotten smaller – The Runcam Swift Mini. Here is some spec of the camera.