I learned about the Runcam 4 a couple of weeks ago. Well, I shouldn’t have talked about it, but someone blew the whistle, it’s no longer a secret. So here is the Runcam 4 guys! I will keep this article updated as I learn more. I will also post my review on this very same page in the future.
In this post, I will be reviewing and building the Ummagawd Acrobrat 3″ micro frame from Rotor Riot, with the latest Runcam split Mini V2 camera.
The Runcam Split Mini has been a great camera for micro quads/drones recording 1080p 60fps HD footage. Now it’s just getting better with the Split Mini 2 which has only one PCB board and is even lighter!
Since GoPro discontinued the Session 5, it’s good to know that we will have a new alternative for FPV – the Runcam 3S HD action camera. In this review we will take a look at the performance and how it compares to the original Runcam 3 and GoPro Session 5.
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.
Onboard DVR allows you to record FPV video directly from the camera without video signal breakup and gives you the best possible footage.
I reviewed some DVR modules recently and was frustrated by the lack of options. So I talked to some manufacturers about creating a dedicated DVR you can install inside a quad, and here is what Runcam came up with, the Mini DVR board!
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.
I absolutely loved the Runcam TX200 VTX, and now it’s just got even better! The new TX200U an upgrade with VTX Control feature added. In this review we will take a look at it closely.
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 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.