Caddx Peanut Lightweight HD Action Camera
Together with Insta360, Caddx designed the Peanut specifically for the FPV community! It's packed with features just for FPV pilots.
The Insta360 Go 2 is a favorite of micro drone pilots for its low weight and small size. However, it has a few drawbacks that limit its usefulness like short recording times and low resolution.
- Magnetic battery charging (included charging cable can be used during flight)
- Enhanced mechanical design to stand up to drone crashes.
- 30 minute recording lengths. No more flights cut short.
- Connect through the flight controller for remote starting/stopping of recordings.
- FlowState Stabilization.
- WiFi control through the Insta360 APP.
- 16:9, 9:16, and 1:1 aspect ratios are available.
- Included ND 8 and ND 16 filter set.
To offset you wankers that post a review giving something great reviews when you haven't even tried it.
I equate it to saying your mom is great in bed even though I don't actually know. But from what I hear.... And from those that have had it in their hands....
The only verified review say sits a dud. And the other review says its having issues. Its possible to have a product, even a newer version that was rushed. Which this was. To compete with the new charge lead for the standard 360go 2.
I am on the verge of declaring the Caddx Peanut a POS. Cannot connect to the app, constant charge case abnormality detected error. Try connecting over USB to update firmware to see if that helps and it shuts off in two seconds when connected to USB. It is currently useless.
Does not connect to iPhone. Wast of time and NO caddx support. It’s opened so can’t be returned. Buyer beware if using crapple.
Just to answer Wagon Jin, if you have used the Go or even the Go2 then you already know what you're getting with this powerful little camera and the added features for FPV make it perfect for quads. You don't even have to be holding it in your hand to know how nice this camera will be. Seriously, why do people give a 3 star rating when they clearly don't even have the product yet?
Seriously, why do people give five-star “reviews” saying “looks great!” when they clearly don’t even have the product yet?