By Oscar Liang:https://oscarliang.com/fpv-camera-latency
|Model||RunCam Eagle 2|
|Image Sensor||1/1.8" CMOS Sensor|
|Signal System||NTSC/PAL Switchable on OSD menu|
|Electronic Shutter Speed||Auto|
|Power Input||5-36 VDC|
|Housing Material||Aluminum alloy|
|Dimensions||28mm * 26mm * 28mm|
Posted by Matt Chamberlain on 13th Aug 2017
My goggles use a 16 x 9 aspect and I need you to camera to match the goggles. I researched all of the other brands and chose the Eagle 2. This camera is awesome, the lighting and image is so clear, I will be changing all my quads to this camera
Posted by Michael on 3rd Aug 2017
Best camera for fpv right now. I can't think of anything that I want that this doesn't have.
Posted by Doug White on 31st Jul 2017
I'm extremely impressed with the picture quality of this camera. The colors and detailed image are the best I've experienced from an fpv camera. I haven't noticed any latency issues, and I love the red anodizing of the camera.
Posted by Guy Goldsbrough on 30th Jul 2017
Can not recomend this cam enough
Posted by Mark on 28th Jul 2017
The Eagle 2 WDR is good for proving detail in high contrasting light levels. However, it produces a lot of electrical noise. I replaced my RunCam Sky 2 with the Eagle 2. The Sky2 worked well in my bird with good quality image and audio. The quality of the Eagle2 image was lesser and it produced a lot of audio noise. I spent a while using the OSD to improve the image but the audio noise never went away. The Eagle 2 is now sitting on my spare parts shelf.
Posted by Sergey on 28th Jul 2017
The review is written:
Posted by Ken Richardson on 27th Jul 2017
WDR is amazing on this cam, but (like the Eagle 1) it does experience white-outs during flips in some lighting conditions (overcast or sunset). Lens is passable, but I upgraded to 2.5 mm GoPro style. I did also have to turn down sharpening in the OSD to remove shimmer. Otherwise nice minor improvements over the Eagle 1.