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    Specification:
    Model: Caddx Ant lite
    Image Sensor: 1/3" CMOS Sensor
    Horizontal Resolution: 1200 TVL
    TV System: NTSC and PAL(switchable)
    MENU: Support
    IMAGE: 4:3/16:9
    Synchronization: Internal
    Electronic Shutter: PAL: 1/50~100,000; NTSC: 1/60~100,000
    S/N Ratio: >52dB (AGC OFF)
    Video Output: CVBS
    Lens: 1.8mm/F2.5
    Min. llumination: 0.001Lux
    Auto Gain Control: YES
    BLC: YES
    WDR: Global WDR
    DNR: 3D DNR
    Dimensions: 14* 14mm
    Wide Power Input: DC 3.7-18V
    Work Temperature: -20°C~+60C
    Work Humidity: 20%~80%
    Weight: 1.7 g (N.W.)

    Package included:
    1 x Caddxfpv Ant Lite FPV Camera FPVCycle Edition

      Customer Reviews

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      Anonymous
      I can see again!!!

      Contrasting colours, lightweight, fits in BeeBrain V2 canopy. What else do you need? Buy it! Oh no... it always died even from minor crashes :(

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      Joshua Speas
      Best budget lite cam

      This camera is arguably better than the nano3 because of a wider field of view, though it is a tad heavier

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      Cyrus
      Great camera

      1200 tvl is a nice upgrade over 800tvl. This cameras work well for me.

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      Alec Hall
      Gold standard for whoop cams

      The gold standard for whoop cams. Best image quality for the size and weight.

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      Nick Gauthier
      Great camera

      I got this camera to replace the beeeye on my savagebee. I like that it is 16:9 matching my goggles and that it is more linear (less fisheye) which is nice for outdoors.

      I also bought a set of beeeye replacement camera plugs so that I could splice I beeeye plug onto the wires and just plug it in. It fit into the goober canopy with the bracket flexing a bit, but longer screws would be even easier.