Runcam 2 FPV SHOWDOWN – Which cam do you like?
Everyone likes different fpv cams. This is a Runcam2 Review with a twist… I show you how the Runcam2 functions, and put in the air in a realtime shootout against the Mobius, Foxeer Legend1, and Gopro 3 Black. See which one you like best and compare the footage in this epic Drone Camps episode high in the Oregon Gorge.
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Drone Camps Rating: 4.5 Stars
-.5 Stars. See Cons below.
Drone Camps PROS vs CONS:
– 1080p @ 60fps or 30fps, 720p at 120fps. Low Latency.
– Black or Orange available. I like orange. Easier to find in crash.
– WIFI for connection to your smartphone. Default password: 1234567890 which you can change via app.
– Easy setup for first time use
– WIFI on or off button
– RF shielding. Built in Anti-interference pdb. less noise in your videos.
– 850mah, 90 Min replaceable battery. Nice to have an extra battery.
– The buttons are in the back so you can strap it down without
having the buttons under the velcro. Like other cams.
– Changeable FOV settings
– Almost no fish eye. Films really nice aerials and quad footage.
– Comes with a glare lens shade
– Start recoding manually with power button.
– Works with Runcam app. iOS or Android.
– Includes a variety of accessories. Servo control wire for snapping photos included.
– Includes 2 really nice slim designed velcro straps
– Includes quick-release on-off mounting plate, and tripod attachment.
– Variety of filming modes
– Handles light changes well in outdoor conditions
– USB Chargeable with cable included
– 1 X TV-out and power cable
– Covered micro sd card. Nice because I have lost micro sd cards in crashes with quads.
– Auto-white balance or selectable lighting presets.
– Small enough design to strap to smaller 180, 150 size quads.
– Durable hard case
– Records bright vivid videos
– Also includes extra lens shield, tether, and velcro pads
– Light weight 49g to 50g with battery
– Updateable Firmware
– Good Instruction manual included
– Can go full screen during app recoding
– Video playback via app
– Shoots video and photo timelapse
– Photo burst mode, 3-10 images.
– Optional Slow motion record setting
– Adjustable Exposure values in app
– 3 Light meter settings in the app – Average, Center, Spot
– Flip video right side up via app for camera mounting upside down situations.
– Displays timecode via app
– Battery level display via app
– Optional video time – date stamp via app
– Records audio, option to turn off via app
– Choose from NTSC to PAL
– Format micro sd card via app
– Displays current firmware via app
– Stopped recording during our testing on the first flight using the iOS app. not sure why. But we have to do a second flight.
– I sometimes had issues connecting to wifi. Not always.
– Battery life could maybe be better. Buy a second battery.
– App should be a little quicker to connect without prompts
after initial setup.
Angle of Field: FOV 120°
Sensor Resolution: 4 megapixels
Video Resolution: 1440p@30fps, 1080p@60fps, 720p@120fps
Video Files: MOV
TV Output: NTSC – PAL
Interface: Micro USB
Max Micro SD Card Supported 64G – need class 6 or above
Image Flip: Manual or Auto, 180° Rotation
Dimension: 66mm * 38mmW * 21mmH
Battery Capacity: 850 mAh
USB Power Input: DC 5V-17V
Working Current: 600 mA
Weight: 49g with battery, 35g without battery
Review and video courtesy of Drone Camps RC
Music by: Future James
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