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.
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?
The Runcam Nano 3 is by far the lightest nano FPV camera that performs decently, the performance is exceptional given its 1 gram weight! Is this the perfect FPV camera for ultralight tiny whoops and toothpick builds? Let’s find out!
Runcam is the maker of the little TX200U VTX, and they just released an even smaller VTX the TX100! This nano VTX is only 14x14mm and weighs 0.9g, possibly one of the smallest VTX on the FPV market.
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.
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.
Runcam is dropping yet another new HD camera to the FPV market – The Runcam 5! After testing it a few days now, I really think it has the potential to be BIG! Thanks to Runcam for sending me a prototype unit for the review.
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.