RunCam Swift 2 - Rotor Riot Edition - FPV Camera

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  • $62 AUD


The popular RunCam Swift 2 like the Swift before it has had the Rotor Riot treatment, this time they went all out. With a new case design and software improvements that not only ensures your camera works well out of the box. But now has Scene settings to ensure you camera is setup optimally under all lighting conditions! Just like the original Swift Rotor Riot edition, the Swift 2 Rotor Riot Edition also comes with a GoPro style lens for a great field of view and improved light and colour handling.

Features:

  • One Touch Scene Setting
  • Built in OSD for Voltage and Flight Duration monitoring
  • Built in Microphone
  • Metal Captive Nuts (no more stripped case mounts!)
  • Wider Voltage Input Range (see note below!)

Specifications:

  • Model: RunCam Swift 2 - Rotor Riot Edition
  • Case Colour: Silver
  • Image Sensor: 1/3 SONY Super HAD II CCD
  • Horizontal Resolution: 600TVL
  • Lens: 2.5mm (RC25G GoPro2 Style Lens)
  • Signal System: PAL
  • Scene: Riot / Lightrax / Outdoor / Indoor / Cloudy / Personal
  • OSD Set: YES
  • S/N Ration: >60dB(AGC OFF)
  • Electronic Shutter Speed: PAL:1/50~100,000;NTSC:1/60~100,000
  • AutoGain Control(AGC): YES
  • Back light compensation(BLC): YES
  • Min.illumination: 0.01Lux/1.2F
  • WDR: D-WDR
  • DNR: 2DNR
  • Day/Night: Auto/Color/B&W
  • Power: DC 5 to 36V
  • Current: 12V@60mA / 5V@130mA
  • Net weight: 14g
  • Dimensions: 28mm*26mm*28mm
  • IR Version: IR Blocked
  • Connector Location: TOP

Package Includes:

  • 1x Camera
  • 1x Replaceable rear case
  • 1x Aluminium Bracket
  • 1x Set of screws
  • 1x 5D-OSD Menu Cable
  • 1x 3pin silicone FPV Cable
  • 1x 5pin silicone FPV Cable
  • 1x 2pin extension cord for OSD cable
  • 1x Manual

Important: With today's extremely fast switching and powerful mini-quad ESCs. Voltage spikes have become a real hazard to the more sensitive electronics such as cameras. It is highly recommended you install an LC-Filter between your power lines from your battery and your camera. Alternatively, power your camera off a 10-12V linear regulator that most modern PDBs or VTXs have built in. We do not recommend connecting them directly to LiPo power.