This upgraded version of the Fatshark 600TVL High Resolution FPV Tuned Pan/Tilt CMOS Camera has performance that rivals CCD at a fraction of the cost. Image settings have been FPV tuned through hours of flight testing to ensure great performance in challenging lighting conditions (no problems flying in low afternoon sunlight).
The cameras 3.6mm lens provides a suitable viewing angle for flying with head tracking.
Low power and light weight makes this camera a perfect choice for smaller aircraft. The camera comes mounted on a newly redesigned pan/tilt mechanism with NEW UPGRADED servos included. Camera cable is terminated with Molex connectors for plug/play compatibility with Fat Shark and ImmersionRC transmitters. Now
This camera features jumper selectable NTSC/PAL format.
Imager: 1/3" CMOS
Operating Voltage: 4.5~6VDC
Operating Current: 60mA @5V
Angle of Rotation: 180 degrees pan 60 degrees tilt
Very happy with the gimbal. Almost survived a high speed ground dart incident with just a stripped gear on the tilt servo.
I have found the HXT900 is a perfect form/fit/function replacement for the tilt servo. It is highly likely a HXT900 gear kit would have fitted, but I haven't tried repairing the damaged servo yet.
I have no idea what the FFF replacement is for the 180 deg MG pan servoA very CLEVER and simple solution to add a pan and tilt camera to a plane or multirotor. Perfect for use with FPV goggles that have headtracking capability. I don't think that its possible to get a smaller footprint using two servos to tilt and pan a camera. The connector plugs in directly to a fatshark transmitter. Picture is sharp and clear with good color and contrast. I got mine on sale at half price, making the deal especially sweet! When setting it up in a model, you can temporarily plug the tilt servo into the elevator channel (channel 2 in a mode 2 radio) and plug the pan servo into either channel 1 (aileron) or channel 4 (rudder) to be able to center the camera and also move it to it's respective limits. This is easier than setting up your FPV goggles to do the installation and testing.