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Turnigy Micro FPV Camera 700TVL (NTSC) Exview 960H CCD

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Turnigy Micro FPV Camera 700TVL (NTSC) Exview 960H CCD


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This Turnigy Micro FPV Camera is our most advanced unit yet! Utilizing the Exview 960H CCD this camera offers best-in-class white pixel handling technology along with improved color balance and image clarity. The Exview 960H CCD provides one of the most vivid FPV flying experiences available today.
Optional 2.5mm and 2.8mm Lenses are sold separately, see related items below.
Camera Type: Colour NTSC
Pick Up Device: 1/3" Sony EXview 960H CCD*
Pic Elements: 976(H) x 494(V)
Resolution: 700TV Lines
Min Illumination: 0.01 Lux / F2.0
White Bal: Auto/preset/indoor/outdoor/fluorescent (OSD control buttons built in)
Lens: 2.1mm wide angle as standard
Dimensions: 34x34mm
Weight: 40g (minus cables)
Voltage: DC5v~15V
Power: 55mA~150mA
"EXview" is a trademark of Sony Corporation. The EXview is a version of Sony's high performance CCD sensor with sharply improved sensitivity by the incorporation of a new semiconductor technology developed by Sony Corporation.

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May 11, 2013

Hi, i have just received this camera and i was not able to get any picture from it just to realise that the positive and the negative lead were reversed on the connctor going to the transmitter !!!! I was afraid of having a defective circuit due to that error but, after i have corrected this, the camera worked fine. So be aware and check those connection before using it. Refer to the connector furnished with the transmitter as a reference.

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