The Runcam Link Phoenix DJI Digital HD air unit system is fully compatible with the DJI Digital FPV ecosystem! The Phoenix HD camera has a 1/2" sensors with a transmitted resolution of 1280x720 @60fps.
FPV pilots fly DJI because of its clear HD image, long ranges, and lack of visible interference. The Runcam Link has an end-to-end latency maximum of 32 ms which provides a great FPV experience!
RunCam LINK Phoenix HD Kit
- Frequency: 5.725-5.850 GHz
- Max. Distance: FCC/SRRC: <4 km & CE: <0.7 km
- Power: 7.4-26.4 V@ 4-9W
- Dimensions: 29×29×13 mm
- Net Weight: 19.5 g
RunCam Phoenix HD Camera
- Image Sensor: 1/2”
- Resolution: 1280*720@60fps
- LENS: FOV D:157° H:133° V:72°
- Shutter: Rolling Shutter
- Coaxial Cable: 120 mm
- Dimensions: L19mm*W19mm*H23.5mm
- Net Weight: 7.5g
- 1 x RunCam Link Phoenix HD Air Unit And Phoenix HD Cam
- Link Ipex Antenna
- JST SH 1.0 6Pin Cable
- 1 x Manual Guide
First time using digital video. Put this in a Armattan Gecko 4" with a Lumenier MiniF7 FC/ESC stack, and powered with a small 12V BEC/regulator.
Great image quality, but didn't survive a head on hit to the edge of a basketball backboard on my first test flight! OOF! I hit hard enough that I also bent the gecko's titanium cage and the quad tumbled a few dozen feet, so no surprise that the camera was shattered too, but that was my fault!
The runcam link unit survived and will be replacing the camera. All other components survived except the camera cage. Will be comparing the digital phoenix and wasp cameras soon.
The Caddx Polar system blows this away, in low light and on proper contrast. Big Runcam fail here.
It's OK for the price.
Cam isn’t perfect but very clear and nice color reproduction. Also it works great low light. Can’t wait to attempt a night op. I’m not saying everything needs to be plug’n’play, but how does this not include mounting hardware?