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6.8g Camera, VTX and DVR!
« on: January 11, 2017, 20:09:04 »
Not sure if someone's already posted this but Eachine has released a new version of their ridiculously lightweight all in one FPV unit, and this time it apparently has a built in DVR!

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Re: 6.8g Camera, VTX and DVR!
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2017, 22:27:25 »
I'm a bit dubious about the choice of sensor.. 1/4" not 1/3" and 520TVL. But still may be a good option for micro-quads, especially if you don't have a DVR in your goggles.

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Re: 6.8g Camera, VTX and DVR!
« Reply #2 on: January 12, 2017, 01:54:30 »
Its basically the same as my eachine tx02 I bought with a dvr added.

Same cam iirc and I can honestly say for such a ting cheap aio there actually surprisingly good, great light dark crossover and glare handling so great for high speed flying through darkened areas, haven't tried it night flying yet though.

Decided against giving the dvr version go though as a primary fpv cam cos I suspect it'll not be good in terms of latency when recording.
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