PZ 28 Bare FPV Camera

PZ 28 Bare FPV Camera
PZ 28 Bare FPV Camera PZ 28 Bare FPV Camera PZ 28 Bare FPV Camera PZ 28 Bare FPV Camera
Product Code: PZ 28
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A smaller version of the classic 600TVL camera.  Ideal for smaller frames when you're getting creative with mounting options.  This camera also has a wide voltage input range, accepting anything from 5-24v.  It can be powered by any Vtx with 5v output or other 5v source right up to a 4S battery.  Camera configuration is achieved by connecting the included OSD inline with the video signal eliminating the need to take the frame apart to plug in or rewiring the video path (see photo with OSD wired up).  Comes with IR block, a 2.8mm lens and all accessories seen in the photos.

  • High resolution - 600TVL(color), 650TVL(black&white)
  • 1/3" SONY SUPER HAD II CCD
  • Nextchip 2040 DSP
  • NTSC 768x494
  • Low illumination: 0.01Lux
  • shutter speed 1/60~1/100000 sec
  • 2.8mm lens
  • Powerful OSD menu
  • D-WDR (Wide Dynamic Range)
  • 2D-DNR (Digital Noise Reduction)
  • Low power consumption - 60mA

Please note - the included red/white/black silicon wire cable is for connection to the OSD.  It is a 3 pin connector.  The camera has a 4 pin jack so using this cable on the camera can feed voltage into the wrong pins.  The color coding on the wires from the OSD to the camera is wrong but the actual wiring is correct.  For proper OSD connection see the 5th picture in this listing.   The color coding on the included red/black/yellow 4 pin cable is correct.  From the outside edge inward, connectors are [+, gnd, video, osd].  If you wish to use the silicone wire connector with the camera, ensure it's plugged in all the way to the right hand side, leaving the inside pin (OSD) empty.

Additonal note, there is no warranty when used with 'Littlebee' ESCs as these have been shown to put voltage spikes back into the main power system.

We have installed this camera on the Misfit frame with great results powering it directly from the FX799T transmitter (very handy when you're not using a distribution board).  We applied some Goop adhesive and put a couple of small screws into the lens block.  See photos below.

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