FXT 60FPS DVR For FPV Drone Recording Flight Test Review
Finally you can record drone FPV footage that more closely simulates what you are actually seeing through your FPV goggles. Find the DVR here http://bit.ly/FXT_DVR or here on Amazon USA https://amzn.to/2VvzG2k
or here on Amazon EU shops
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– Automatically detects and records PAL (720 x 576 pixels) or NTSC (720 x 480 pixels).
– Records video at 60 frames per second to give your video image quality a more live streaming look.
– Also can record audio (mono only).
– Very simple to operate. Just push the big button on its side to start or stop recording.
– Includes case with clip for easily attaching the DVR just about anywhere.
– Includes 2.4Ghz WiFi transmission and control capability. You can monitor the video stream live on up to 3 separate devices. Can also record and share video (30 fps only) or images directly to your phone. Uses the FXT DVR app available on Google Play here http://bit.ly/2D2Ak03 or iTunes app store here https://apple.co/2IjNQQy .
– Can use wide range of power input from 7V to 28V (2S to 6S LiPo battery).
– Although this records at 60 fps, the quality of the video is still limited by the relatively low resolution of analog video transmission. This is a technical limitation of analog video. Unfortunately transmitted video quality can’t be improved much by simply using a “better” camera, as the transmitted video would still be reduced to NTSC/PAL resolution for analog transmission.
– Does not come with a power input plug or adapters to enable you to connect the DVR to a battery power source. I had to wire one up myself. Would strongly recommend that SZFXT consider doing such, and utilize common LiPo battery connector plugs (example: XT30).
– Mine came with an AV cable with 3.5mm to 3.5mm plugs. Would also recommend that SXFXT also consider including 3.5mm to 2.5mm plugs (or adapters) so that the DVR could be directly connected to their popular FXT Viper goggles monitor.
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