The Turnigy Micro FPV Camera uses the same quality components and optics as our other leading brand FPV cameras. Now available in super sharp 700TVL resolution these cameras offer one of the most vivid FPV flying experiences available today.
Optional 2.1mm, 2.5mm and 2.8mm Lenses and OSD Programming cable are sold separately, see related items below.
Camera Type: Colour NTSC
Pick Up Device: 1/3" Sony EXviewHAD CCDII*
Pic Elements: 976(H) x 494(V)
Resolution: 700TV Lines
Min Illumination: 0.1 Lux / F1.2
White Bal: Auto/preset/indoor/outdoor/fluorecent (Requires optional OSD Cable)
OSD Programming cable coming soon.
"EXviewHAD CCDII" is a trademark of Sony Corporation. The EXviewHAD CCDII is a version of Sony's high performance CCD HAD (Hole-Accumulation Diode) sensor with sharply improved sensitivity by the incorporation of a new semiconductor technology developed by Sony Corporation.
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My first fpv camera, used it on rc cars.
It's is a very very durable camera. Aluminum case has multiple road rash scraps and bumps. An intimidating amount of adjustability is possible via the OSD cable available separately.
Couldn't get the 2.1mm Turnigy Micro Lense to work on this camera, very blurry cannot adjust the focus enough.
Has a microphone however it is an internal one. That means you pretty much on hear wind noise and vibrations (such as the hum/whine from the motor). Static noise from video / signal break up is FAR louder than the microphone sensitivity. In other words be careful not to adjust for the low DB from the mic by turning up the volume. When video signal breaks up the audio static will be VERY LOUD.
All that said, camera is a great buy because of:
5 - 15 volt capability (i use it on 5v)
Metal Case, very durable
Lots of adjustable settings
Low light capabilities
TIP: Use a tiny amount of strong rubber type glue to secure the plug on the camera. This is a comparatively weak point on the camera unless this is done.The camera on spec appears to be very good, and based on other reviews I decided to purchase one. It arrived fine, but once connected, the picture is practically a white out, with an image which resembles as old photo negative. I also got the programming cable and have been able to reset to factory, but no difference, adjust the white balance etc. The only way to get any form of picture which you couldnt FPV with is to turn the brightness to Zero!!, yes Zero...which is odd, as on most products the picture would be black!. HK's famous Customer Service is stalling me. It will be sent back and who knows I might get a replacement I might not...I wouldnt normally be bothered but this is a high end product for HK. A customer of 5 years with literally hundreds of orders and I am treated like this. So much for loyalty. It was the likes of me, spreading word of mouth which built this business.Does anybody know how am i supposed to plug the cam cable to the ts352 500mwvTX ? And , i have to tell that there's no black wire as shown on the picture when you cut the rcs plugs to customize and plug to the vtx. I got only Red, white, yellow and the copper naked wire . Which one is audio, video, negative, ground and power ?? ON my ts352 vtx i got green (audio), white(audio), yellow (video), red (vcc )and black (ground)Thanks folksBE WARNED!!
This camera is larger than just about every other camera HK sells. It does NOT fit in the camera mounts that HK sells, and make sure you get an extra output cable (but not the one sold with it) as the one that comes with it the plug is too large to fit onto any other camera mount. This camera is also very heavy, it has a metal casing around the entire circut boad including the back and is well over the stated 35gms.
The quality of the image is awsome, if you can deal wit the fact that you will have issues ttrying to mount it on anything other than the fixed position stand it comes with its a great FPV camera.My remote was not sent with te order so I can't tell you if playing with the settings will make any difference to the video but out of the box its spot on, just change the lense to a 2.1 to get a wider view.