If you're building a micro quad and happen to be looking for an FPV camera that has a great image, a built in OSD, and weighs in at only 8 grams (camera mount and wire harness included), the Micro Swift 2, just might be, your way to see.
Jumping into the two main features of this camera well start with the OSD. The OSD is a simple affair, showing you only a timer, your call sign, and a voltage alarm that are all user settable. Using the included OSD menu cable you can change the OSD's attributes as well as tuning the camera's picture to taste. Conversely, instead of tweaking the camera menu values you can choose from one of the 5 preinstalled, one touch scene settings; that makes setting up the camera for differing lighting conditions quick and relatively painless.
The Micro Swift 2 is a great little camera and is an excellent upgrade from the cameras that come stock on many micros.
What's in the Box:
|Model||Micro Swift 2|
|Image Sensor||1/3" SONY Super HAD II CCD|
|Lens||2.1mm (M8) FOV160°|
|Signal System||PAL / NTSC|
|One Touch Scene Setting||Personal / Lightrax / Outdoor / Indoor / Cloudy / Twilight|
|S/N Ratio||>60dB (AGC OFF)|
|Electronic Shutter Speed||PAL: 1/50~100,000; NTSC: 1/60~100,000|
|Auto Gain Control (AGC)||Yes|
|Working Current||12V@60mA / 5V@130mA|