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Posted by Ukalele94 | Feb 03, 2018 @ 02:15 PM | 1,719 Views
FXT T81 Venus 800TVL CMOS That Packs a Punch, The Micro camera Competitor



FPV in the RC hobby world requires one to buy a quality FPV camera for a good experience. There are different types and sizes of FPV camera and the quality of the transmitted image can make or break your experience. As every company is trying to make smaller cameras with the highest quality possible it is no easy feat. FXT technologies has come out with a CMOS camera that is made to rival CCD cameras in image quality and reliability. The T81 is one of the smallest competitive FPV cameras out at the time and comes in a way that is both easy to plug and play as well as mount on the RC vehicle of your choosing.

First I would like to thank FXT Technologies for this opportunity to try out and review the FXT T81 Venus camera as I was lucky enough for them to send it to me.

I am not paid for this review and am doing my best to give a completely unbiased review. Please let me know what other information I could provide in future reviews to improve! Mahalo! Or Thank you!


Specifications and Link


Features:
1. Micro sized and lightweight.
2. High resolution 800tvl.
3. Integrated OSD
4. 16:9 4:3 switchable
5. NTSC PAL switchable
6. D-WDR
7. 4.8-36V IN


Specifications:
1. Model:Venus T81
2. Image Sensor: 1/3" CMOS sensor
3. Horizontal Resolution: 800TVL
4. Lens: M8,EFL2.3mm ,FOV-H(Horizontal)115,FOV-D(Diagonal)160
5. Min. illumination: Color:0.1Lux(F1.2,50IRE,AGC ON)...Continue Reading
Posted by Ukalele94 | Jan 25, 2018 @ 05:30 PM | 1,665 Views
Fatshark Attitude V4 Anniversary Edition



FPV in the RC hobby world requires one to buy a quality headset for a good experience. There are many different types of headsets, from Box goggles to binocular style goggles. Recently I was able to make the switch from box goggles to binocular style and I can just say that I love it! There is always a debate about which binocular style goggles is the best and I have come up with my answer. Though I have not tried many binocular style goggles I believe it comes down to your own personal preference and what you like. I know many good racers who are switching from HD3 goggles down to Attitude V4 goggles because they like the smaller screen. In the end it ultimately depends on how much money you have to spend at the time of buying the goggles or how long you are willing to wait to save up. At about $350 dollars these goggles are by no means cheap. Would I recommend that you go out and buy these goggles? Continue reading to find out!

First I would like to thank Gearbest for this opportunity to try out and review the Attitude V4 goggles as I was lucky enough for them to send them to me.

I am not paid for this review and am doing my best to give a completely unbiased review. Please let me know what other information I could provide in future reviews to improve! Mahalo! Or Thank you!


Specifications and Link


Description:
To commemorate the 10th anniversary, Fat Shark has launched Attitude V4 Anniversary Edition FPV...Continue Reading
Posted by Ukalele94 | Jan 14, 2018 @ 09:07 PM | 2,358 Views
FXT T80 Micro CMOS Camera With Many Features and FX808T 200mw VTX



Everyone is trying to get quality in a smaller package and this is true for our fpv multirotors. We are in a big push to get quality “bite-sized” components from flight controllers, escs, and definitely for our fpv feeds. Runcam came out with their solution for quality video for micro multirotors and some would say it has been a failed product on their part. Though I have no experience with the Runcam Nano I do believe that FXT has come up with a higher quality micro camera with some amazing features. This is my unbiased review of the FXT T80 and FX808T from FXT technologies. I hope this thread can be a great place for a discussion about this camera and give great feedback for future iterations if the camera.

Currently, there is a newer version. The T81 which I have no experience with at the moment you can read about it here https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...p#post38971031

I am not paid for this review and am doing my best to give a completely unbiased review. Please let me know what other information I could provide in future reviews to improve! Mahalo! Or Thank you!

FXT T80


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