This camera was put together specifically for FPVCycle and as of September 2020, the best overall looking sub 2g camera we’ve seen. This camera was designed to fit into the BeeBrain V2 mount although the lens does protrude slightly out from the mount bumpers. All in all, this camera inside the BeeBrain V2 mount is the best combination of image quality per gram and mounting durability we could find for small, light platforms like the BabyTooth and TP3.
The Ant Lite 4:3 uses the same electronics and sensor as the standard Caddx Ant camera. The only difference between the standard Ant Lite and this camera is the lens and lens mounting apparatus. The lens selected for this was chosen among a dozen options and is slightly sharper than the standard Ant lens. The normal Ant Lite is a 16:9 only camera. This is NOT the normal Ant Lite. This camera is ONLY 4:3.
- Plug for wires and OSD settings
- 13x13mm PCB
- 13.5mm from back of PCB to end of lens (not including connectors)
- 10mm lens end diameter
- ~1.8mm lens
- NTSC and PAL
- Wide Power Input: DC 3.7-18V
Such a good nano cam for the price and weight. None have blown up on me, and I have only scratched the lens pretty bad on one.
I bought this to replace a runcam nano 3 on my 2s indoor whoop. While the image is not quite as sharp as the runcam, it has much better light handling. The runcam would get blown out by sunlight through the windows or any hanging lights I would have on when flying after dark. The ant seems to do a much better job.
Great camera, white Good fov, great image
Stock is to Sharp for me, but its udjastable
Best "whoop size" cam I've had. Powerlines and ghost branches are no longer a problem. Have one in my babytooth and tp3. Now I'm starting to put them in my whoops, brushed and brushless. Kudos! Not an absolutely perfect fit to the nbd canopy but close, a single tiny band for my daughter's hair fixes that. I actually remove the plug and direct solder, not that difficult if you're used to soldering on micros.