It took them approximately a decade to get this board done, but here is another DVR/Vtx option. This one with a 400mw Vtx and slightly improved bitrate. We find that it’s pretty good at both being a Vtx and a DVR and has been far more reliable than some other options. For one thing, we’ve run this board with no antenna installed and it didn’t burn out. We absolutely do NOT recommend testing that for yourself, but we try to punish products to see how or if they fail.
As an added bonus, the microphone on this thing isn’t totally useless. With some post process fancy audio filtering, it’s actually a nice addition.
It also has a mechanism to start and stop recordings from the OSD and your controller. If you want to do that, read up on it but we don’t recommend it because it’s just too complicated in our opinion. There’s a button to start and stop recording. This DVR does NOT save the file until you hit the STOP button. That mechanism seems to be more of an issue to implement.
- Input Power: 5V
- Output Power: PIT/25mW/100mW/200mW/400mW Switchable
- Frequency: 5.8GHz 6 bands 48 channels, with Raceband: 5362-5945 MHZ
- Control Mode: BFOSD Control/ Button, IRC Tramp ready
- Video Output format: NTSC
- Record video size : 1280x720 @30FPS
- TF Card support: Max.32G
- Compress Format: AVI
- Microphone: Yes
- Antenna: IPEX
- Mounting hole: 26.5*26.5mm
- Weight: 3.5g without antenna
- 1 x NameLessRC D400
- 1 x 5.8G Linear Antenna
- 4 x M2*3 Nylon Standoff
- 2 x 6Pin Cable (one that will record OSD info, one that will not)
Works good and records good video. Very happy with its performance.
The form factor of the NameLessRC VTX/DVR make it an easy addition to any toothpick build. Recording quality is good and overall performance has been great. Reliability has not been an issue with 2 dozen or so packs through the setup.
Super clean video and great range. I had my doubts about it at first but it's really great!
This Vtx is the best Toothpick-VTX on the market! And the DVR quality is just superb! Would definitely buy again.
Here is a picture of my Toothpick with the Nameless RC VTX+DVR ;)
Works fine. Don’t see much difference in 200mw vs 400mw.