|Model||RunCam Micro Sparrow|
|Image Sensor||1/3" CMOS Sensor|
|Lens||2.1mm (M8) FOV145°/16:9|
|Signal System||NTSC/PAL Switchable on OSD menu|
|S/N Ratio||>50dB (AGC OFF)|
|Electronic Shutter Speed||PAL: 1/25~100,000; NTSC: 1/30~100,000|
|Auto Gain Control (AGC)||LOW/MIDDLE/HIGH|
|Working Current||12V@70mA / 5V@170mA|
Posted by Stoyan on 22nd Nov 2017
16:9 ratio is a great fit for my goggles. Best CMOS camera I used until now.
Posted by Unknown on 1st Nov 2017
Stuck this in my atom and it fits. I don't see the canopy or the props. Great picture too.
Posted by Dakota Snow on 28th Oct 2017
The runcam sparrow is definitely the best in its class(16:9, micro). The only down side is that is doesnt have an osd like the micro swift.
Posted by pieter van schelt on 25th Oct 2017
Had an 4;3 camera with 16;9 goggles. Realy makes a defference. Happy now
Posted by Michael Schneider on 19th Oct 2017
Low Latency 16:9 CMOS RunCam Sparrow And Micro Sparrow Are Awesome!!
Check out my YouTube review, setup and preferred settings for the RunCam Sparrow and Micro Sparrow. These are awesome little fpv camera's if you have goggles with a 16:9 aspect ratio, such as the Dominator V3's, Aomway Commander's or box type goggles.
Posted by emiel pijnenburg on 25th Sep 2017
The cam is small and light and good to adjust.
Only negative thing is the image size. I have the 2.1mm but the image is smaller than my Foxeer monster v2. This makes it harder to fly as you use a bigger cam angle.
That is why i went back to the Runcam micro swift. Tha 2.3mm version is like the Foxeer monster with the 2.5mm lens.
I hope that Runcam comes with an other lens so the height of the image is better.