|Model||RunCam Split 3 Micro||RunCam Split 3 Nano|
|Field of View(FOV)||Recording FOV 165°(FPV FOV: 165 ° @16:9, 130 ° @4:3)|
|Video File Format||MOV|
|Image Resolution||2 MP|
|TV Mode||NTSC (720*480)/PAL (720*576) Switchable|
|Interface||JST 1.25mm / UART|
|Max Micro SD Card Supported||64G(need Class 6 or above, recommend Class 10/UHS-I/UHS-II/UHS-III)|
|Hole Distance of Installation||20*20mm|
|Lens Module Size||19*19mm||14*14mm|
|Power Input||DC 5-20V(Non-direct power supply from battery. Powered directly with battery will generate surges and burn the camera.)|
|Working Current||650mA @5V / 270mA @12V|
Posted by Pavel Dubickij on 2nd Sep 2020
Very good rate of price, quality and weight. Picture is clear.
Posted by Jacob on 23rd Jan 2020
Biggest Pro for me over previous version is that the cabling is flexible instead of bring a flat ribbon. Much easier to install and manage any slack. Also makes it easier to mount in any orientation.
Great WDR (tested at mid-day and sunset). Micro also has much more clear picture than the nano.
1) Previous model came with a metal SD card holder which doubled as a heat spreader and was hard to bend. The new version uses a smaller black plastic SD card holder which is too flexible, and doesn't help with heat dissipation.
2) Using same exact quad, flight stack, and tune between runcam 2 and runcam 3, but runcam 3 has a lot more jello effect, even at very low throttle in a hover. DVR recording is not super smooth, even at 60fps.
Posted by Unknown on 9th Jan 2020
The best quality camera ever even the lens inner-shattered.
Posted by Air Support on 3rd Jan 2020
Straight out of the box and into a new dron, no hitches, simple wiring and a good recording. Audio improved in post.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Sep 2019
It's small and hassle free to install.