Eachine Mini FPV AIO Camera

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Eachine EF-01 AIO 5.8G 40CH 25MW VTX 800TVL 1/3Cmos FPV Camera


NOTE:This mini FPV camera will most likely be TO HEAVY if you plan on using for a TINY WHOOP build(Inductrix plus camera)

FPV Camera

Sensor: 1/3 "CMOS
Lens: M8 800TVL Lens
Angle: 150 ° FOV horizontal viewing angle of 170 ° DFOV diagonal perspective     
Format: NTSC / PAL (switchable)
Power consumption: 380mA @ 3 · 7V
Power: 3.6-5.5V
Lens Mirror Diameter: 2.1mm IR coated FOV150 (horizontal)


Video Transmitter

Support video format: NTSC / PAL
Output Impedance: 75 Ohm
Output signal strength: 23 ~ 24dBm
Output Power: 25mW
Wireless Channel: 40CH
Antenna: RHCP circular polarization clover leaf antenna
Operating voltage: 3.6V ~ 5.5V
Current: 100mA
Audio carrier: 6.5MHz

Button function

Short press (Apr. 1 sec or less): Change channels 1-8
Long press (More than 1.5 sec): Change bands A-B-E-F-R
Long + press (More than 3 sec): Change NTSC/PAL system
NTSC or PAL (selectable; Blue LED on= NTSC; Blue LED off=PAL)  




Weight: 8g
Size: 26x20x18mm (without antenna)


AIO FPV camera, transmitter , atnenna all 3 functions in one limit size and weight
150 ° FOV horizontal viewing angle of 170 ° DFOV diagonal perspective
Five bands 40 channels with Raceband

Package Included:
1 X EF-01 AIO FPV Camera
1 X wiring harness
1 X User Manual


Reviews (2)

16th Feb 2017

Great customer service.

The camera we got didn't work but we were given a full refund. The Flite Test customer service team is friendly, generous, and goes the extra mile to make sure their customers are satisfied.

Alexander 11th Sep 2016

Good camera, but fairly bad "Fish eye effect"

I like the camera, just not the lens. The image quality is stunning, range is good and it has a lot of channels to choose from. Shipping was also very fast and without problems. The problem I had with this camera is that the lens has fairly bad "fish eye effect" and is going to take some getting used to. I would change the lens, but it is glued on to where you can't .I'm not sure if it is me or what I was using. I used the Fatshark Dominator v3s and it had this effect, then I tried it on my old Fatshark Teleporter v4s and it still had the same effect, so I don't think it is the goggles. I think this because the Dom. v3s are 16:9, while the Tele. v4s are 4:3.So it is not the aspect ratio causing the problem. I am used to the Spektrum Va1100 camera which DID have a good bit smaller FOV so it is possible that that is the problem since I didn't have any problems with it. Since Flitetest is only selling this camera, I don't give them the blame for the "fish eye effect" on this camera. Even though this camera is okay and might not get used very much, I 'd rather support Flitetest with my money than some of these other companies and online sites because I like watching their videos.Overall, it is a pretty good camera.