Wireless Video system for in flight video recording and observation. Mount it in your heli or plane and record or watch videos from the ground.
The unit uses a 2.4ghz transmitter and receiver to send and capture the video.
This is a complete kit, and comes with all you need to get started.
Pan/Titl system incl. 2 9g Servo, pre-installed
UBEC step-down voltage regulator
1 x 7.4v Lipoly pack
1 x 11.1v Lipoly pack
Weight for transmitter unit & full pan/tilt system: 130g (approx)
I guess its just lucky me everything works perfectly fine!
Camera - Sharp CCD 320k pixels not bad! (had to desolder CCD chip to find that out (do not tried at home ) ))
Transmitter 700mW very good range!
Receiver very nice thing, can receive 4 channels same time + channel looping, work perfectly fine for me through AV and through USB (but not simultaneously)
2X Li-Po - comparing the weight, I would say 600mA-650mA
Pan/Titl system Very light and with ball bearings
Voltage stabiliser for receiver is also nice thing you can connect receiver to your car!
Only one minus for me was heavy camera metal case, but I handle that too - put lenscase with a lens from my old PS2 EyeToy
After detailed testing I have the following results:
Camera: Sharp CCD - my sample does not work (tested with digital scope)
Transmitter: Unknown 700 mW good range - works
Receiver: RP-722 - seems OK but my sample only works with the AV output - not via the USB interface even when SW seems correctly installed on my Windows XP SP2 PC
Mechanics and servos: Fair qualityIt took me some time to set the right channel on the transmitter and receiver. After that, the system worked well. Range was around 3-400mtrs from what I could see. However there are many hills and trees where I fly.
Camera resolution isnt amazing, might upgrade to a higher res cam soon.
HAd to wait a long time for that one , and after arriving it is not working send a mail for help and jut got back an RMA number so what sending it back again on my expense since it is not working bad product no user manual for the transmiter (nothing )
Hobby city can do better then that