2561Harry: my 808 cost 85 dollars and it don't work with tranz or direct to moniter
but does pitch and video fine enoufe .did I get a lemon yes does any one no
what might have not been done right in the manufacturing like bad
soildering lose wire falty thrust capacitater, lowe on blinker fluid ]]]
come on somebody tell me some thing positive
SanityLoss: is the lens d removable?
Jason tk: I think they are junk for the price when you can spend a little bit more
and get way better camera.. for the price point I do not like them
Charles Connor: How would you power this externally? You mentioned a UBEC. I am only
familiar with UBEC with speed controllers. Would something like this wired
between the 808 camera lead and my 3S lipo do the job?
Heather Massa: Is there a date and time stamp on this keychain camera ??
Carlos Nonya: Wow your talking about something tall be out soon not like those squad ksp
StoneBlueAirlines: If your talking about when i am recording my lcd screen with my camera then
that is just because of the way i was recording. Those lines are not
StoneBlueAirlines: See video link in the description on how to go into the settings area. Very
StoneBlueAirlines: I have not looked into this option but I am sure any 5v ubec would work if
wired up right.
Sky Soldier: I just got mine in today,great info thanks !
StoneBlueAirlines: Yes should be able to.
bayareaheli: Thankyou so much its now working :) btw I put your channel on my channel as
for channels to go check out a while back :)
StoneBlueAirlines: Hit the links in description. Search this for more info chucklohr
Rotor Head: Very helpful review. Keep em comin
StoneBlueAirlines: Its a good option.
panic mike: nice. thanks man. happy fpv!
Youniles: you can power it up with a UBEC set to 5v
StoneBlueAirlines: Change the stuff in side ( ) to 1 so you should see it like this. TV
hasidavid2: The internal battery is completely unreliable in cold weather. Do not try
to fly FPV with it under 5°C. It's a shame, that I cannot record my winter
flights, it simply shuts off after a short period of time.
Hummingbird.UAV: Hey I bought one, hopefully it works better than the HobbyKing wing camera
I have. It never focused evenly across the view.
StoneBlueAirlines: Check that your record sd card is a fast one if they are crappy that will
mess up recording but other than that no.
StoneBlueAirlines: Man that is great. In the description i have a link to how to get into the
settings to change them. Just did not want to go over it as its on the
video i linked too. Glad its working great for you and good idea getting
power from the receiver.
Wyll Surf Air: OOOps sorry about that. I watched the video but that was when u uploaded it
and then I commented on it without watching it again. What is the battery
life for fpv
StoneBlueAirlines: Yes to memory card to record. Plug it in usb and then hold the power button
it will power up.
akupehsluarketatAR: i got it werking now, thnx man'
StoneBlueAirlines: Who is Mike? Hooked up right i would not see why you could not have osd
Kristófer Gíslason: is the D lens on the 808 removable?
StoneBlueAirlines: I am running 12v and no you can't use that camera on 12v you will fry it.
AnySub: it's not too heavy for the rc with these big lens?
eX750F: Hi! The "fpv" cable used on this cam, can it be used on gopro 3?? Gopro
uses mini USB aswell? Has anyone tested it? Pls let me know! Thanks!
StoneBlueAirlines: I would stay with what you have unless you want to try it out. I just use
mine for recording as i have ccd cameras on all my planes now.
akupehsluarketatAR: sure i'll try, thnx man
Cyberdactyl: These cameras are a great bargain, and especially suited for RC. Many
aspects of the cheaper 808 #11 is as good as the #16. The #16 has a few
more features of convenience. Do a search on Youtube for a guy named
'techmoan' for his reviews and comparisons of all the black keychain
cameras #3, #11 and #16. Also RCGROUPS has massive threads on these
specific cameras. All of which can be used as a webcam.
StoneBlueAirlines: No unless you rip it off :). It works great and no need to change it.
StoneBlueAirlines: Yes dont fly on the internal batter not a good idea and charge right before
the flight is best.
Tim Ryder: I too was hoping to start FPV and bought this for that same reason! I've
read decent reviews about it.
StoneBlueAirlines: Yes just a servo lead so that just might work as long as your current esc
is not already over loaded. I think that would work good idea.
runningwolfkenpo: Thanks for all the information. I just bought one with the A lens. What
lens do you recommend for FPV or just stand alone. I'm not sure I would
totally trust this camera for FPV unless I never flew further then what I
Prometreus: Is there a possibility to get a 4:3 AV output?
79carboy: Wow, I have the same camera. Never thought of putting the lenses on them
though, will have to try that!
StoneBlueAirlines: That is great. Thanks for letting me know.
Wyll Surf Air: Can u explan how to turn on the live video feed. Im confused about that. I
looked at the vid in the description and did not see anything about turnign
it on. thanks
StoneBlueAirlines: Have fun go into the setting text edit to change settings. See the link in
description for details he shows you how. Super easy.
jack jia: sorry about that, i am a freshman for FPV. very good review video, thanks!
StoneBlueAirlines: See link in my description but you must go into the settings and turn on
video out. Also who did you get it from?
StoneBlueAirlines: All my footage has been coming from these when flying so I think you will
be happy. Did you get it from the same people if so let them know you saw
the video I would appreciate it.
Vass: Dear god get focus right before you start!
StoneBlueAirlines: Just what it came with.
akupehsluarketatAR: the video was already blurred b4 i remove the lens. n i hv tried adjusting
the lens. screw in the lens as i record then view on my pc to see if it
made any difference, but nope. still the same.
hawkinman: very nice, please give us some suggestions on which UBEC for 5 volts and
anything else that might be needed to keep the noise down