Until now, 1S tiny whoops were the last type of FPV drone that couldn't be converted to digital video due to voltage and weight limits.
HDZero Whoop Lite is here to meet these needs,HDZero Nano Lite Camera is designed for feather-lite drones where every gram counts. At a weight as low as 1.5g, combined with the new Whoop Lite VTX at 4.5g with 0.4g dipole antenna enables a world’s-first production digital FPV solution of about 7g.
- Ultra-high sensitive CMOS sensor
- Excellent low light performance
- HDZero Nano V2 Lite Camera
- HDZero Whoop Lite VTX
- Removal Shielding Box
- Supports Smart Audio
- Under 7g in Weight
- Antenna Retention
- 4mm Thickness
- 1S-3S Input
HDZERO WHOOP LITE VTX
- Mounting Pattern: 25.5x25.2 M2 (soft mounting)
- Dimensions: 32.4x32.5mm (29x29mm inner)
- RF Output: 25mW/200mW
- Smart Audio: Supported
- Thickness: 4mm
- Input: 1S-3S
- Weight: 4.5g
HDZERO NANO V2 LITE CAMERA
- Sensor: 0.5 inch, up to 10650 mV/Lux-sec ultra-high sensitive CMOS sensor
- FOV: (16:9) D:122° H:108° V:65° / (4:3) D:130° H:108° V:84°
- Dimensions: 14x16x11mm
- Weight: 1.5g
- 1x HDZero Nano V2 Lite Camera
- 1x HDZero Whoop Lite VTX
- 1x Connecting Wire Set
- 1x Dipole Antenna
- 1x Hardware Set
- 1x MIPI Cable
- 4x Dampers
- 2x Zip Ties
The camera is surprisingly good for the size and the lightweight can't be beat in digital.
I have this is both a 1s and 2s toothpick.
Saw a negative review saying the VTX is dead on arrival, but note that the VTX won't transmit unless the camera is completely attached via the MIPI cable. The red light will come on, but you need the red and blue light together.
Not much to say yet. Probably one of the first, if not the first video system I've used that refuses to transmit anything.
The entire band is dead, and the transmitter appears to be doing nothing despite the red LED being lit.
Perhaps this will fall into the same category as 3.3 has in the past. Forgotten, and unused.
Then again, I could have just received a bad one. I'm feeling quite regretful of the purchase so far, regardless.
At least the RF shielding looks decent, I suppose. It's nicely engraved... But that's about it.