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RunCam Owl Plus

AUD$66.15 AUD$59.54
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Product Description

RUNCAM OWL PLUS

700TVL 5-22V 0.0001 Lux 150Deg. Wide Angle
Mini FPV Camera for Drone Quad-copter

True 0.0001Lux Starlight Camera
Truly impressive

F2.0 lens
Large Aperture
FOV 150
Wide Angle
IR Blocked
Filter
Bright colors
in daylight

Small changes, big difference

 

OWL

OWL PLUS

SWIFT

Model  OWL OWL Plus
Lens IR - sensitive IR - blocked
Power External 5 - 24VDC Built-in 5 - 22VDC
OSD menu No Yes
Mounts No Two
Dimensions 19 * 19 * 25mm 26 * 26 * 30mm
Net Weight 9g 15g

 

Image quality comparison

Can be mounted in various ways

Hanging

Base

Side plate

5D-OSD menu cable

OSD menu available, easy to personalize the
functions: D-WDR, BLC, Camera ID, etc.

Standard size 26mm*26mm
suitable for the majority of mini quad frames

 
 

 

Contents in the box

Standard back cover

RCA Video power cable

Hanging bracket

FPV Silicone wire

Base bracket

5D-OSD menu cable

Parameters

Model RunCam OWL Plus
Image Sensor 1/2" Sensor
Horizontal Resolution 700TVL
Lens FOV 150°
Signal System PAL/NTSC
Synchronization Internal
OSD SET YES
S/N Ratio >52dB
Electronic Shutter Speed PAL: 1/50~100,000; NTSC: 1/60~100,000
Auto Gain Control(AGC) YES
Back Light Compensation (BLC) YES
Min. Illumination 0.0001Lux/1.2F
WDR D-WDR
DNR 2DNR
Day/ Night Auto/Color/B&W
Power 5-22 VDC
Net Weight 15g
Dimensions 26mm * 26mm * 30mm

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  1. WOW Fast 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Jan 2017

    No joke I have this new camera in my hands. Three days to replace the failed one. Amazing.

  2. Customer service can't be beat 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Jan 2017

    The first Owl Plus camera I ordered failed out of the box. After communication with Runcam about the issue they have offered to replace it. The failure issue seems isolated, I have not heard of this happening to anyone else through serching the net and reviews on this site. Anyway can't thank the team at Runcam enough.

  3. great FPV camera 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Jan 2017

    great FPV camera.
    better use for the night flying.
    but, i'm not yet touching configuration.
    believe it possible to change and make it for daylight flying.
    anyway i'm using for daylight flying also.
    big brand, high quality,plug and play.
    thanks RunCam for excellent service.

  4. great camera for low light 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Jan 2017

    Works great - was very jealous of a friend flying at night - had to grab one

  5. Night FPV 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Dec 2016

    I can only recomend this camera for night fpv.
    It is not good for daylight fpv and in sunset it is totally unusable with no visibility in shaded ereas.
    The swift camera outperforms the owl in daytime and sunset and even lit areas like parking lots at night.
    So imho this camera has a very limited range of use.

  6. The Best 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Nov 2016

    Fantastic FPV camera, no tweaking needed out of the box, just plug and play. Stunning image quality.

  7. small camera, great picture, great extras 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Nov 2016

    I'll let you browse the more in-depth and technical reviews yourself, but besides being happy with the awesome camera, I was pleased as punch with all of the extras that were thrown in standard! After a concise back-and-forth with customer care, I was able to place exactly the order I wanted with the IR-pass lens instead of the IR-blocking one.
    In the box when it arrived was an OSD controller (that works like a charm) with lots of settings in the menu, various adapters to attach standard RCA video cables and 5-12v power, and every kind of mounting screw, nut, bracket, and ring a person could think of attaching the camera with. Top quality service, camera, and accessories!

  8. LA CAMARA DE LOS PROFESIONALES 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Oct 2016

    UNA GRAN CÁMARA RECOMENDADA POR LOS MEJORES PILOTOS Y LA MEJOR DEL MERCADO EN SITUACIONES DE BAJA LUMINOSIDAD

  9. Small camera with huge potential 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Sep 2016

    I purchased this camera to test it for use as a sensitive occultation astronomy video camera system.

    How did it work? The RunCam OWL Plus is nearly as sensitive as the WAT910HX -- a standard for high sensitivity and linear response. The response is not linear, but it is close enough to a standard 0.45 gamma response that the camera can be used for accurate photometric measurements.

    The AGC does not seem to work as a normal 'automatic' gain control. Instead, AGC has 4 possible global 'gain' settings within which the camera then has a degree of automatic gain control. For maximum sensitivity, AGC-High should be used. All other settings have less sensitivity.

    Contrast setting should be left at the factory setting. Trying to increase contrast only serves to increase the brightness of the low-luminance pixels and to compress the brightness of the high-luminance pixels. There is no net improvement in sensitivity by changing the contrast.

    The sensor chip is a CMOS design, interfaced with an NTSC/EIA video generator chip. The system works well, however, the CMOS design results in a rolling shutter. For the timing of astronomical events, the rolling shutter poses the additional problem of having to correct for the position of the star on the chip when applying times to measured events.

    The RunCam OWL Plus comes with a very handy OSD controller. This works as well as any OSD controller that I have seen provided with any other NTSD/EIA CCD video camera. The menu is very intuitive and very complete. The large number of features available outnumber the number of features that need to be used in occultation astronomy, however the FPV fraternity will find them all very handy and easy to program.

    I purchased the camera with the 'orange' case. Being an Oregon State University alum, orange and black seemed like the perfect camera color combination. Unfortunately, it was found that the orange case is very translucent to light and when applied in a nighttime application like occultation astronomy, the camera is sensitive to outside lights such as flash lights, head light glare, street lights, etc. The black case may be a better solution for occultation astronomy. In the meantime, covering the case with opaque rubber tape will have to do.

    The camera was tested for linearity and found to have very good gamma 0.45 response. The camera was tested for sensitivity to small 0.2 magnitude changes in brightness. The camera was able to detect more than 2.5 magnitudes of brightness change with a very acceptable response, with corresponding response steps varying from 0.2 to 0.3 magnitudes, and very good signal-to-noise ratio even after 2.5 magnitude change in overall brightness.

    The camera lens supplied is quite nice, but to couple the camera to a telescope an M12-to-CMount adapter must be purchased at a cost of around $10. This allows the camera to be attached to a CMount-1" 1/4 adapter that allows the camera to fit a standard eyepiece mounting socket.

    The camera does not run too hot when powered at 12V. It will run cooler when powered at lower voltage. The voltage regulator seemed to work well and is supposed to accept a wide range of input DC voltage.

    The RunCam OWL Plus is a much better camera than the RunCam OWL, particularly at low light. At low light the RunCam OWL limits the dynamic range of brightness to less than 1/2 of the full scale 256 bit available in the NTSC/EIA standard video signal. Presumably, this is part of the anti-bloom circuitry of the camera. Unfortunately, it makes everything appear nearly equal in brightness, once the saturation brightness of the camera is reached. The RunCam OWL Plus uses more dynamic range of the camera -- at least 90 percent -- before the anti-bloom circuitry kicks in. Therefore, it allows a greater range of brightness at night between the brightest and faintest objects.

    The cost of the RunCam OWL Plus is reasonable. At a high cost, many other cameras would be competitive in price and features. However, at the current price point, the RunCam OWL Plus is the best camera of its type on the market.

    I intend to recommend this camera to the astronomical community as a very good low-cost entry-level camera for occultation astronomy.

  10. keeps getting better 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th Aug 2016

    I own the older RunCam Owl also and use it a lot. The newer Owl Plus has come along way with its built in on screen setup that allows for quick and easy setting changes to the camera. It has a better image in daylight as well as low light than the previous model as well. I am very happy with the mounting options that come with the Owl Plus and it's built in voltage regulator. It really helps clean up the model and make it more than just a nighttime camera. I am disappointed that RunCam has changed to mount for their Eagle camera making difficult to swap out. All said and done the Owl Plus is a very good camera and worth the price .

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