The TurboWing Cyclops 3. Real HD on your Micros

 

Hello everyone!

I’m excited to present to you my HD Tiny Whoop build.  In this build I used the following to achieve clear HD 720p FPV DVR footage.
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The TurboWing Cyclops 3 Camera DVR

output voltage : 4.2V
Sensor size : 1/3 ” CMOS
Camera Resolution :700TVL
Lens :M7 Lens
Angle : H:120 ° / V:100°
Operating Temperature : -10 °~+60 °
Input format : NTSC
Audio : In addition it comes with a built in microphone
MicroSD : Max 32G
record : 720P HD

Buy a TurboWing Cyclops 3

The Wolfwhoop Tx1 Video Transmitter

I also purchased the WolfWhoop TX1 25mw 5.8ghz Transmitter

Video system: NTSC/PAL

Micro size and light weight only 2.1g

Super mini 5.8GHz 40CH FPV transmitter

Buy a Wolfwhoop TX1 25mw Transmitter

Betafpv Cloverleaf Antennas

The last peice is up to you.  I decided to upgrade the wolfwhoop tx1 with a BetaFPV Cloverleaf antenna.  The reception is fantastic.  I saw no break up in close proximity flight.  Normally with a dipole I would see some break up.

4 Leaf Clover Circular Polarized Clover Antenna

Frequency: 5600-5900MHz

Gain: 3dBi
SWR: 1.2:1
Length:2.8cm
Material: Nickel-plated craft


Buy a set of 4 BetaFPV Cloverleaf Antennas

 

Alternatively you can purchase the Camera with the VTX.  They offer a 25mw-200mw Transmitter.

TurboWing with TX

Buy a TurboWing Cyclops 3 with TX 

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