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NEWS: Caddx Turtles, a runcam split mini competitor

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A new competitor of the excellent Runcam split micro is announced by Caddx: https://www.banggood.com/Caddx-Turtles-FOV-145-Degree-Super-WDR-Mini-FPV-Camera-1080P-60fps-DVR-HD-Recording-OSD-for-RC-Drone-p-1320281.html

It’s a 12g module able to record HD video in 1080p@60fps via the builtin microDVR and broadcast the FPV signal. No information about the associated latency.. and it’s a really important missing point. Like the runcam modele the FPV view offers 145 degrees FOV while the HD recording a little bit more wider FOV up to 165 degrees. The camera is in 16:9 format only. Be aware, it’s not a CCD sensor but a 800TVL CMOS 1/2.7″ sensor with a pretty good light sensitivity of 0.01Lux. The good news, is the lighter weight and price versus the runcam model. The camera is linked to the main electronic board via a DJI’s style riboon cable.





Image sensor: 1/2.7″ CMOS sensor
Horizontal: 800TVL
TV system: NTSC/PAL,changeable
Power Input: DC 4-20V
FOV : 145°
Recording FOV :165°
Mini Illumination: 0.01lux
Dimension: SD Slot Module 28*29mm / Camera 19*19mm (installed with 20*20mm, expand to 30*30mm )
Net weight: 12g(more or less)
Lens: F1.8 Turbo Eye
Color: RED Only
Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Package Included
1 x Caddx Turtles Camera

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