This 700TVL CMOS camera from FatShark is an updated release with updated firmware. It is a compact color camera that is perfect for FPV, it has been tuned following extensive testing primarily for FPV use and ensures excellent transition for different light conditions. It is supplied complete with the FatShark Molex 5 pin to JST 3 pin cable so it is plug & play.
The camera features a jumper to select either NTSC or PAL formats.
Model: 700 TV line FPV camera
Input Voltage: 3.5~5V
Power Consumption: 60mA@5V
Sensor: 1/3" CMOS Imager
Picture Elements: 726(H) x 582(V)
Scanning System: 2:1 interlaced
Minimum Illumination: 0.08Lux/F1.2
S/N Ratio: More than 52dB
Format: NTSC/PAL (selectable)
Board Lens: f2.8mm lens
Dimensions: 32 x 26 x 21mm
Weight: 15g with lead
FatShark 700TVL CMOS FPV camera
5 pin Molex to 3 pin JST connector cable
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Best fpv camera. Best price, and very durable
This cam is small, well protected, and very convenient to use with immersion VTX. And around $25 it's inexpensive. So the value is very decent. However the image quality is average. Colors are very washed out unless you are turning your back to the sun. I tested it on a quad, will test next on a FT mini-arrow wing.
Immagini molto nitide e poco effetto "fisheye", abbastanza rapida in risposta a zone di buio e illuminate, unica pecca è che nella confezione non ci sono viti o staffe per il montaggio.
Best I have used so far, Particularly good flying directly into sunlight.
it takes a light sample from closer to bottom of screen so that the ground is properly lit and in view. the only down side to this is flying inverted the ground has a tendency to disappear as now the light sample is taken from the sky not the ground. Please note it takes a 5v power not 12v. suggest running the entire FPV system through a Power Filter such as this one PRODUCT ID: 571000081-0
the only reason it doesn't get 5 star. it is a bit fragile this is my third one. doesnt take crashing so well.
I also purchased a Fat Shark 2.5MM Wide Angle 1/4" CMOS Lens
although it is a loss in clarity it made for a less stressful flight with better peripheral.
Replaced a crashed V-1 700 TVL camera with this V-2. Light handling is definitely better than the V-1. This time of year, at this latitude the sun is low on the horizon and with snow on the ground it can be very challenging for any camera to properly balance the dark sky - bright sun - dark ground. The fixed settings on this camera are the best I have used so far. It blows away the all the other 600 TVL CMOS cameras I have tried and I have tried quite a few of them... I crash a lot.