The Runcam Split 4 is an HD camera capable of recording 4K videos, designed to be mounted in tiny whoops or “toothpick” micro drones. I managed to install it in a 65mm whoop, possibly the smallest 4K FPV drone.
A recent trend in FPV videos has been the use of 360 cameras. Not only they give the user the freedom of capturing any angle without the need to adjust camera angle, it also provides impressive image stabilization to the video.
The GoPro Lite from BetaFPV is basically the GoPro Hero 6 disassembled and put in their light weight carbon fibre/TPU case. Their first batch was only a couple of dozens and it was sold out within hours, I was quick enough to snatch one.
One of the most tricky problems with naked GoPro is how to power them. BetaFPV designed a BEC board entirely just for this purpose, making your life much easier.
Here are the different settings for each GoPro cameras to achieve the best possible result with your FPV videos. I have been using these settings recommended for my GoPro Hero 8, Hero 7, Hero 6 and Session 5 for FPV, and I really like how the footage looks.
The BetaFPV Nano HD camera is the smallest and lightest HD camera system yet that records 1080p footage! The whole thing weighs less than 7 grams! It’s so small it even fits in 65mm tiny whoops!
After nearly 5 years, Runcam has finally brought back the Runcam 2, but this time with 4K capability! It was such a popular HD camera back then when mini quad was just taking off, can it do it again now with so much competition?
It’s been over a year since Insta360 released their first 360 camera, the One X. You can capture some really interesting footage with such a camera on an FPV drone. And now they finally released a newer model with better features – the Insta360 ONE R Edition.
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.
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.