|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 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.