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Wolfwhoop WT05 Micro AIO 600TVL Camera Only 3.4g 5.8GHz 25mW FPV Transmitter with Dipole Brass Antenna Combo for FPV Quadcopter Drone
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- Power by 1S lipo battery
- Easy installation for racing drone, Only 3.4g
- Button contro l instead of switches to change channels
- The AIO Camera combo is perfect for ultra micro drone
- All in one vtx + camera + antenna, plug and play, ready to fly
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- The AIO Camera combo is perfect for ultra micro drone/brushed quads such as the Tiny Whoop.
- It is a combination of a FPV camera, a transmitter and an antenna.
- It includes everything into a single unit no bigger than one dollar coin.
- It comes with a whip antenna for better durability, lower profile and weight saving, micro size and lightweight.
- It has good power filtering and works great even when powering directly from main 1S LiPo battery.
Wolfwhoop WT05 FPV VTX Cam Combo
Micro size and light weight only 3.4g
Frequency：5.8GHz 6 bands 48 channels, with Raceband: 5658-5917MHz
Input voltage： 3.3V-5.5V
Current consumption： 280mA(typ)
Camera resolution： 600TVL
Field of view： 120°
Antenna: Dipole Brass Antenna
Size: 15 X 12.5mm(L X W)
Ready to fly
It’s compatible with branded FPV goggles and monitors equipped with 5.8GHz receivers.
Installation is easy and can be done in seconds.
No soldering or special skills are required.
All you need is to put it into your drone and power it by a 1S Lipo battery.
Needed To Complete with 1S Li-Po Battery and 5.8GHz FPV Headset or Monitor.
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1 X WT05 AIO FPV Camera (with cable)
1 X User Manual
1 X Cable
Indoor fly, power saving
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I attached a video of a flight using this camera on a KingKong Q100 frame (still learning so don't judge my flying!).
Give the WT05 a go, I think you will be impressed.
We built two more of these tiny whoops at my son's middle school drone club and the WT05's have been taking the abuse so far...
Seller -- sold me exactly what I wanted, for what I thought was a decent price. Thanks.
Package -- Nice package. The box was pretty, the camera was safely packed in foam and there was no damage to my package or camera when it arrived.
Product -- This little camera does exactly what I wanted it to, so I'm happy with it. I've mounted it to a couple of nano quads with foam tape -- there were no issues with the camera.
(Note: if you're building your own quad then you already have a plan to power your camera. If you're mounting it to a manufactured quad,and you don't want to solder your camera leads to your all-in-one mixer board, then you'll want to look for some pigtails (I can't find exactly what I bought, but it's kinda like this: https://www.amazon.com/Spektrum-Ultra-Harness-Single-Battery/dp/B00P7X4F60).
Ultimately, at four grams, the camera is a little heavy for a tiny quad, but I haven't seen an [FPV camera/ TX] that weighs less than 4 grams.... I don't know what the range will be if installed on a larger quad, but I'm expecting it to drop out at distances over 50 meters. I've had no problems flying with it indoors.
I haven't paired it with a headset. Instead, I tried it with a Virhuk 2" monitor (velcro'd to the controller) -- the image is fine.
- Pretty decent for how small and low cost it is Much better than what some OEM drone cameras
- It was a tad dark but nothing I couldn't adjust out with my goggles
- I used this camera direct to battery for an FPV airplane and there was zero noise coming from the components.
- Shake from the airplane (4 motor DC model) produced zero problems in video feed
- I was able to fly normal sized patterns at about 200-300ft line of sight distance with little to no break up. Straight overhead it naturally have a break up to to antenna design.
Overall I have zero complaints so far using this little camera and it well worth the price.
Update: Furibee Q95 camera died, so I through this one on it. So much better outdoors. I tapped the video feed by tapping the bottom left wire, when looking at the camera from the front, like in the image. I haven't tested the range outdoors but it might not be that far. Yellow wire in the image is the video out and the white one is the video in.
For those with the Furibee Q95, to clean up the video, I also wired in the battery into the flight controller. I think it powers the on board BEC of the Flight controller, giving you more power to power all the 5V devices plugged into it. You will have to remove the buzzer/led board, otherwise it will short and fry your camera along with the led board, I figured it out the hard way. Remember remove the buzzer/LED board when you wire in the battery to the Flight Controller.
Now to FPV.