A dedicated camera for FPV is fast - no latency - it's the CarbonBird® approved FPV Camera we use ourselves - sharp and true colour - all our Pro-Pilots use this camera for real world FilmMaking around the world today the Carbon-i 25gN weighing only 25grams - it fits neatly between the frames of any Scarab - the Carbon-i 25gP Based around a genuine SONY 1/3 CCD it gives excellent colour and with the custom 2.8mm glass lens you get 115° Field-of-View (FOV) which is perfect for FPV googles.
We are confident about this FPV camera with the Sony super HAD II being a solid FPV cam in a very small metal case for minis - this is the PAL version
Posted by Wayne Shephard on 21st Sep 2014
I fitted this camera to a T***t filming quad and also to a Mini, both experiences were very good, it's good for light handling and realistic contrast and responds quickly to changes in conditions.
The case is very solid and the whole thing is obviously good quality, handy bunch of cables that arrived with it too, I'm impressed with this camera.
I also like the fact that there is plenty of information on the Multiwii site for people new to the hobby or old blokes like me that can't seem to keep up with the latest gadgets as easily as some.
The documentation is a bit misleading on the specs so best to refer back to the Multiwii item page to check anything you might need to know.
It states 9-13 Vdc for good operation, for me using it for FPV I wouldn't rely on 9 volts as a slight drop in battery voltage corrupts the picture very quickly so err on the side of caution and feed it with a 3 cell.