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May 10, 2016, 02:31 AM
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CONNEX ProSight HD FPV system


A New Era in FPV
CONNEX™ ProSight is the missing link needed to usher in a new era in FPV racing. Plagued by analog systems’
poor image quality, and connectivity issues in multi-pilot scenarios, the sport needs a breakthrough to take it to
the next level. CONNEX ProSight is just that, transforming FPV drones into a completely new kind of immersive
experience for beginners and experts alike.
The Connex ProSight HD Vision Pack is a true game changer. It delivers unparalleled vision performance
with delay-free wireless transmission. Its superior image quality combined with ease of installation,
smooth configuration and improved multi-pilot flying experience for unmatched usability.
The CONNEX ProSight is the new standard in FPV Racing, an all-digital, delay-free, HD video solution.
It is designed based on CONNEX’s unique and proven technology – used by professional drone users
as well as the Hollywood movie industry.

The system is built from three main elements:

Delay-Free FPV HD Camera
The CONNEX ProSight HD camera is optimized for
both indoor & outdoor flights, featuring advanced
High-Dynamic-Range sensor, allowing 720P
delay-free crystal clear video.

Delay-Free HD Transmitter
The CONNEX ProSight transmitter supports delay-free
uncompressed all-digital HD transmission.
Optimized for multi-pilot FPV Racing, providing fully
immersive flight experience.

Robust Digital HD Receiver
The CONNEX ProSight ground receiver unit provides a robust
digital link over the 5GHz band. Its HDMI interface, compatible
with all popular HDMI goggles & screens in the market.


details:
  • 720p30 HD Camera, with high-Dynamic Range sensor, and 2.8mm lens
  • Receiver Unit outputs standard 720p60 over HDMI for reducing motion blur;
  • Compatible with all popular HDMI based Goggles/monitor
  • Digitally paired transmitter to receiver for crosstalk free flight
  • Supported LOS range of 1000ft to 3000ft (300m to 1000m) varies with field conditions
  • Advanced Frequency setup for multi-pilots: Automatic & manual modes, supporting 27 digital channels (FCC)
  • System configuration via Bluetooth using Android/iOS app or through built-in OSD menu
  • Advanced High-Definition spectator viewing mode
  • Camera to HDMI receiver-out maximum latency of 26mS
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May 10, 2016, 02:34 AM
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In the table you can find some additional technical info about the new product
May 10, 2016, 02:45 AM
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Q: How many channels does Prosight support?
A: Prosight has an advanced frequency setup for multi-pilots, with both automatic and manual modes, supporting up to 27 digital channels (FCC).

Q: What is the range of a Prosight link?
A: At line-of-sight conditions, the practical link range is between 300 to 1000 meters / 1000 to 3000 feet.
The link range depends on the flight scenario and may vary according to extreme flight maneuvers

Q: What is the Prosight camera resolution?
What is the Prosight receiver output resolution?
A: The Prosight camera has a 720p30 sensor (1280x720 pixel, 30 fps) with High Dynamic Range (HDR), suitable for daylight and nighttime flights. The Prosight HDMI receiver output is 720p60 (1280x720, 60 fps), supporting standard HDMI screens and goggles.
Prosight was validated to work with: any computer screen, Glyph, Fatshark v3 and HD V2
Quantum, Headplay, Atomos, Swit, Feelworld.

Q: What is the Prosight video delay from camera sensor to the receiver HDMI output?
A: The Prosight HD video link has latency of less than 26 milliseconds

Q: Will the Prosight transmitter work with CONNEX or CONNEX mini receiver?
A: No. These are two separate systems that do not interact.

Q: Can I use my own camera with Prosight transmitter?
A: No. The Prosight transmitter supports only with the Prosight camera.

Q: Is Prosight certified for RF regulation?
A: Yes. Prosight has certification for US (FCC), EU (CE), Australia & New Zeland, China and Korea. Other region regulations will follow.

Q: Will Prosight work in non-line-of-sight conditiond?
A: The specified range of 300 to 1000 meters / 1000 to 3000 feet assumes clear line-of-sight.
Prosight was tested to work very good in underground/parking lots. Lower performance may be expected when used in woods and forests.

Q: Will Prosight work at night?
A: The Prosight camera has high dynamic range (HDR) of 115dB, allowing it to function extremely well at almost any lighting conditions.

Q: Will Prosight coexist with analog video systems?
A: Yes. At adequate frequency allocation, the systems will coexist perfectly.

Q: Can I purchase Prosight in my country?
A: A Reseller list will be published soon in our site

Q: Can I use my Prosight receiver to view my friend’s Prosight’s flight?
A: Yes. Prosight receiver allows you to view any Prosight transmitter found in its reception radios
Last edited by Amimon; May 10, 2016 at 04:03 AM.
May 10, 2016, 04:15 AM
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How many can you have in the air at the same time?
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May 10, 2016, 04:20 AM
Since 1902. Maybe.
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Q: Can you swap the lens for any standard lens, to get a wider FOV ?
May 10, 2016, 04:33 AM
Aalesund, Norway
Please post recordings from actual real life use from the test pilots.
May 10, 2016, 04:33 AM
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Can you please clarify ?

Quote:
Q: Is Prosight certified for RF regulation?
A: Yes. Prosight has certification for US (FCC), EU (CE), Australia & New Zeland, China and Korea. Other region regulations will follow.
As 5.1Ghz is limited to wifi in NZ https://gazette.govt.nz/notice/id/2016-go446

What power output is the tx? What frequency band does it actually use?
May 10, 2016, 04:35 AM
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Q: why have 60fps transmitter on a 30fps camera?

Q: will there be an upgrade for the camera to run at 60fps?
May 10, 2016, 04:39 AM
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first thing that comes to my mind:
does it make sense / increase range if we exchange the LP antennas with directional ones?
since we have 4 or 5 antennas (nice diversity!) we can cover huge area with let's say 5.8 helical antennas...

how do the transmitter antennas look like? can they be replaced with 5.8 analog antennas? SPWs for example?

cant wait to do range tests!
May 10, 2016, 04:43 AM
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Q. How does the system handle signal degredation - for example flying behind trees?
Can you post a video to show the affects?
May 10, 2016, 04:43 AM
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Q: Does it support 4:3 goggles like the Dominator HDs without image stretching?
May 10, 2016, 04:51 AM
Since 1902. Maybe.
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Q: Do you have videos of pilots flying further than 30 meters ?
May 10, 2016, 05:03 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Olivier_C
Q: Can you swap the lens for any standard lens, to get a wider FOV ?
the thread is standard so yes
May 10, 2016, 05:10 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Olivier_C
Q: Can you swap the lens for any standard lens, to get a wider FOV ?
Yes, you can.
May 10, 2016, 05:14 AM
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Any more test video?


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