Runcam Eagle 2, 4:3 Orange

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The RunCam Eagle 2 FPV Camera has the image sensor to meet your requirements. The sensor is a 1/1.8” CMOS sensor with 800TVL resolution, low latency (similar to CCD) and excellent low light performance. The optics and electronics are housed in a strong aluminum alloy case.


Using the OSD menu control adapter it is easy to set up the camera to either PAL or NTSC as well as make other setup adjustments. Just plug in the cable. The improved Global Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) gives impressive light transitions, making your videos even better and it is an improvement over the previous Eagle and other CMOS cameras. The wider power input (5~36V) allows the camera to be used with more devices. The Eagle 2 comes with an adjustable mounting bracket to ensure the camera can be fitted easily into any FPV drone.


It’s time to get the Eagle 2 and spread your wings to a new video dimension.


• Wide Dynamic Range
• Wide Voltage Range
• Low Latency (Reduced to CCD Level)
• Low Illumination
• Screen Format 4:3


Image Sensor: 1/1.8" CMOS Sensor
Horizontal Resolution: 800TVL
Lens FOV: 2.5mm
Signal System: NTSC/PAL (Switchable on OSD menu)
Synchronization: Internal
OSD Set: Yes
S/N Ratio: >50dB
Electronic Shutter Speed: Auto
Min. Illumination: 0.0001Lux/F1.2
WDR: Global WDR
Day/Night: Auto/External/Color/B&W
Video Output: CVBS
Power Input: 5-36 VDC
Housing Material: Aluminum alloy
Dimensions: 28x26x28mm
Net Weight: 18g


1x Camera
1x Replaceable rear case
1x Aluminum bracket
1x Set of screws
1x 5D-OSD menu cable
1x 3pin FPV silicone cable
1x 2pin extension cord for menu cable
1x Manual

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  • 5
    Runcam Eagle 2

    Posted by peter Cleveland on 7th Dec 2017

    This camera fitted seamlessly into my build and was easy to configure. The image is low latency, crisp and the technology is stable. Quite simply it has made me a better pilot. I also really appreciated the instruction sheet that came in the box. There is also a lot of support for this unit in the open source realm with several excellent hacks that allow adjustment of camera settings via stick inputs and OSD. Great product.