• Description
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
    Description
    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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      Carl
      Perfect!

      Best analog camera for image quality for the babytooth! Perfect size and weight!

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      Linuxbarista
      Looks pretty good.

      Have this mated up with NBD squito XL and goober canopy with a little bit of e6000 glue.

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      John
      Upgraded your bee

      Perfect for my toothpick. Lightweight and great image with affordable price.

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      Freshbread
      Best whoop camera so far!

      Most of the whoop races I attend are low light environments, so the 1200TVL on this camera is perfect. It fits well in the BeeBrain V2 canopy if you cut away the internal side tabs in the camera slot, then add a little E6000 glue on the perimeter. I removed both camera plugs as they seemed prime to break on a decent crash. The camera does stick out a little bit in front of the lens guards on the canopy so be mindful. Overall, the video quality from this camera is the best I've seen so far and I intend on replacing all my current cameras with this one.

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      Mongo
      Great little toothpick camera

      This camera is great if you’re wanting to save some weight. Toothpick size quads is where it’s great. If you can carry a little more weight something like a Predator Nano would be better but for the money and weight, the Ant Nano is a great buy.