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Caddx Ant AIO FPV Camera

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C$47.51

UPC:
FT4157123129

Upgrade your RC plane's FPV setup with the Caddx Ant AIO FPV Camera. Integrated VTX, lightweight design, and versatile channel selection.

Caddx Ant AIO FPV Camera

C$47.51

Simple All in one FPV camera with built in video transmitter. Can run on 1s lipos or even off your receiver. Super light so any changes to CG are minimal!

To change channels, short press the button and the red LED will flash the channel number.

To change bands, long press and the green LED will flash the band number.

To change power, long hold the button and the blue LED will flash the power level.

Specifications

  • Model ANT AIO
  • Image Sensor 1/3" CMOS Sensor
  • Horizontal Resolution 1200 TVL
  • TV System NTSC
  • IMAGE 16:9
  • Synchronization Internal
  • Electronic Shutter PAL: 1/50~100,000; NTSC: 1/60~100,000
  • S/N Ratio >52dB (AGC OFF)
  • Video Output CVBS
  • Lens 2.1mm
  • FOV 145 degrees
  • Min. Illumination 0.01Lux
  • WDR Global WDR
  • DNR 3D DNR
  • Dimensions 14*16mm
  • Wide Power Input DC 3.3-6V
  • Work Temperature -10° to +40°
  • Work Humidity 20%~80%
  • Frequency band 5.8G
  • Channel 38CH
  • Transmitting power 25mW-100mW
  • Weight 3g (N.W.)

Package Includes

  • (1) Caddx Ant AIO FPV Camera
  • Caddx ant AIO fpv camera
    5

    Posted by James on 16th Mar 2023

    I put this on my UMX TURBO TIMBER. It is a much better camera than what I was using. In the evening with a cloudy sunset I could see perfectly fine, good enough to fly a few feet from the road... great little camera, keep air flow over it, it doesn’t need much.

  • Great value
    5

    Posted by Brad Taylor on 21st Oct 2022

    I am really happy with this little aio, i have smashed it quite a bit because i had my thrust angle way off in my nano flerken, and crash after crash it still works. I have it set up with lots of air flow and have had no shut down issues at all.

  • Overheats
    3

    Posted by Jason Reynolds on 7th Jun 2022

    I am new to FPV, so maybe this is normal but, this camera overheats after a few minutes of being powered up. It gets hot, real hot, then the signal is lost. I have not put it in a plane yet and I am sure the air stream will help cool it, but I would have to expose the camera and it could be damaged. I am not sure if i should use it or not. It gets so hot it could melt the foam.

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