To many pilots, the Foxeer Predator is the perfect FPV camera. It has a CMOS sensor, which means high resolution and good dynamic range, but it’s been tuned to avoid the digital artifacts and over-sharpening of some other CMOS cameras.
The Predator V3 is the first Predator camera that Rotor Riot pilots felt was good enough to put their name on. The Predator V3 finally fixes the “blue color cast” problem. It’s also got switchable 4:3 and 16:9 output, so it can be used with any goggle without stretching.
Foxeer is pushing out updates to their Predator line at a rapid pace. The latest V3 Predator comes with switchable aspect ratio 4:3 / 16:9, switchable PAL / NTSC, and the pin harness is now separated into video and OSD. Super WDR function makes bright and clear images even in cloudy or low light situations.
The included bracket allows the mini size camera fit into full-size mounts.
- Custom Rotor Riot tuned image settings for improved shadow detail and more natural image (settings listed below).
- Input Voltage: 5-40 volts
- Resolution: 1000 tvl
- PAL / NTSC switchable
- Aspect Ratio: 4:3 / 16:9 switchable
- Separate OSD plug for easy connection to Betaflight CAM_C function or external joystick
- Super WDR (Wide Dynamic Range)
- “Blue color” issue from previous Predator cameras fixed
- Image Flip: Horizontal and Vertical capable
Rotor Riot Settings
1. Sharpness from 160 to 100
2. Brightness from 122 to 135
3. Contrast from 136 to 125