The Turnigy Micro FPV Camera uses the same high quality components and optics as our other leading brand FPV cameras. Now available in super sharp 600TVL resolution these cameras offer one of the most vivid FPV flying experiences available today.
Optional 2.1mm, 2.5mm and 2.8mm Lenses are sold separately, see related items below.
Specs: Camera Type: Colour NTSC Scanning System (H): NTCS 15.734Khz Scanning System (V): NTSC 59.94Hz Pick Up Device: 1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD* Pic Elements: 768(H) x 494(V) Resolution: 600TV Lines Min Illumination: 0.1 Lux / F2.0 White Bal: Auto (2,400k~8000k) Lens: 3.6mm Dimensions: 34x34mm Weight: 31g Voltage: DC5v~15V Power: 130mA
OSD Programming cable coming soon.
"Super HAD CCD" is a trademark of Sony Corporation. The Super HAD CCD is a version of Sony's high performance CCD HAD (Hole-Accumulation Diode) sensor with sharply improved sensitivity by the incorporation of a new semiconductor technology developed by Sony Corporation.
We just got ours today only to find that the plug that goes into the camera is absolute rubbish and does not make a proper connection. It is a sloppy fit and not snug and tight like it needs to be. We only have to slightly touch the cable and the video cuts off. Does anyone know a solution to this ? Can the back of the camera be unscrewed and a direct soldered connection made? The plug is totally unsuited to FPV, especially if it is mounted on a pan servo like ours is. I've paid NZ$100 for it too.
i ordered on of these cables to go with my turnigy 600tvl cam . i never checked to see if it would work. the cam has a 4 pin connector the harness had a 6 pin connector , so it wont work . sorry for the bad advice above .
Morphine, Thanks for the input,I should have stated that I fly 2.4 Ghz Futaba, I think someone said or I read somewhere that if you use 2.4ghz you shouldnt use a 2.4Ghz Tx & Rx or did I get that wrong?(as always lol)
Do a search for 5.8ghz tx/rx... I bought mine for $65 from foxtech... Works great!... You can also check amazon, and eBay... Anything else you use with 2.4... You will have to use RF filters... I build and fly UAVs for a living and have a lot of experience with FPV systems. It will work the best for you.
This is a really good FPV camera. I compared it to a KX151, KX-171, WDR600 and WDR700 and it out performed them all. Faster at adjusting for change in light conditions like going from dark ground to bright sun. Great at night for night flying. It really surprised me at this price that it worked better then a $110 camera. Resolution seemed about the same as the WDR's. I thought about getting the 700tvl but why when the wireless video doesn't see much if any difference since 520 lines is the max most wireless gear transmits if even that. Highly recommended!