Input power: 3.0–5.5V (1S supply) Square: 13.2 X 17.6 X 9mm
Lens dimensions: 9mm X 10mm diameter Video output: Analog NTSC video out Frequency: 5.8GHz (7 channels available) Weight: 4.5 g (with case)
Using the Micro FPV Camera
Consult local laws and ordinances before operating FPV equipment. In some areas, FPV operation may be limited or prohibited. You are responsible for operating this product in a legal and responsible manner.
1. Power on your radio transmitter, then power on the aircraft.
2. Power on the video receiver to make sure the channel is clear.
3. Select the desired video transmitter channel by pressing the button on the quadcopter to scroll through the avail- able channels, 1-7, as shown.
4. Adjust the vertical camera angle by rotating the camera up or down prior to flight.
5. Perform a range test before flying.
If you experience static in the video feed, select a dif- ferent channel.
NOTICE: The 25mW micro video camera range
on your quadcopter is less than your flight control transmitter range. Ensure you have adequate video camera range for lming.
Tip: If you are flying with an FPV headset and are prone to motion sickness, sit in a chair. If you start to suffer from motion sickness while flying, lower your chin against your chest.
Fly in open areas, away from people, trees, cars, and buildings. The range of the system can be impacted by any obstructions blocking your signal. It is normal to see break up in the video going behind trees and other obstacles.