Is this the smallest commercially available combined camera and 5.8GHz 48 channel transmitter for FPV? We think so and so will you when you lay hands on one!
Weighing in at a mind-blowing 3.4g and measuring less than 15mm in any direction (not including antenna) it's hard to imagine any model that this little beauty won't fit into with ease.
Don't mistake the VM275T's diminutive size fool you into thinking that it's any less astounding in its capabilities; 600TVL, NTSC and PAL, 25mW output and a full 48 channel range make this little firecracker more than a match for much bigger setups.
Complete with a 120° field of view lens, the CM275T is perfect for installing on your micro FPV racer (eg, Blue Wren) for a one-shot solution to capture the action.
• Nano sized camera/transmitter
• Simple installation
• 600TVL camera
• 48 Channel transmitter
• Integrated whip antenna
• 120° Field of view
• Image inverting
Frequency: 5362~5945 MHz
Supply Voltage: 2.9~5.5v
Power consumption: 200~215mA
Channel Indicate: LED
Sensor: PAL 720 X 540/NTSC 640 X 480 1/4"
FOV: Horizontal 120°/Vertical 100°
Operating Temperature: -10~60℃
Dimensions: 14.5 X 12.2 X 12mm
i mounted mine between 2 , cut to length , coffee stirrer sticks . glued thru the canopy with a smear of silicone on the sticks to hold the cam . works ok .Good quality for a good price. I have been using this camera on various ultra micros and it works great, the low 25mW power output still gives good range (I get around 500m-600m before it becomes un-flyable). Very easy to blu-tack to different planes. The only negatives are; firstly the camera gets really hot, I would suggest mounting it on the outside of the plane (not in cockpits etc) and the second issue being the fact that it doesn't come with a 2 pin molex connector for the 1s lipo so make sure you order one if you decide to buyNot bad quality for price...just a little difficult to mount and the antenna is permenantly soldered on and not on a connector as per instructions. This makes mounting even harder. And as usual, the Chinglish instructions gives a headache to read. Seems to get a bit hot. Having a plastic mounting system on the bottom would have been useful. It's hard to mount along the edges of two PCBs without the thing coming loose.