Monster V2 HS1197 FPV Camera (Black) by Foxeer w/HQ 2.5mm Lens, & OSD

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This product was added to our catalog on June 2, 2017.

Thos Foxeer Monster V2 FPV camera features an incredible 1200TVL resolution, upgraded allow housing, built in OSD & Microphone, incredibly crisp image quality, excellent WDR, low latency, and a wide input voltage of 5-40V. The Monster really shines when used with 16:9 Goggles or Video Monitors. 

The Foxeer Arrow V3 now includes an upgraded metal housing, elegant design, wide voltage input (5-40V), built-in OSD (Voltage, Time, Name), automatic voltage detection, & OSD programming cable. The Arrow V3 is an advanced design of the popular HS1177 style cameras with improved WDR and incredibly crisp image quality. 

Specification:
Model: Monster V2
Image Sensor: 1/2.9" CMOS
Pixel: 1280(H)x960(V)
TV System: PAL/NTSC(switchable)
Resolution: 1200TVL
Shutter Speed (CCD IRIS): PAL: 1/50~1/100000 sec; NTSC: 1/60~1/100000 sec 
Built-in OSD: Support
3D-DNR: 0-100
Sense-Up: Support
Image Adjustment: Support
BLC/HLC: Support
WDR: Built-in
Day / Night Shift: Auto/External Color/Color/ B&W
S/N: >50dB
White Balance: Auto
Power Requirement: DC5V~40V
Working Temperature: -20 C ~ 60 C
Working Humidity: <90%
Dimensions (mm): 26x26(W*L)
Power Consumption: 70mA

Includes:
  • (1) Camera
  • (1) Manual
  • (1) OSD Board
  • (1) Servo cable
Brett Anderton
Verified Owner
Sunday, Oct 8 2017 (2 weeks ago)
Foxeer Monster V2 HS1197 FPV Camera (Black)
I have two of these in use and never a problem. Much better picture than the 650 tvl cameras.)
Kevon Klemple
Verified Owner
Friday, Sep 1 2017 (7 weeks ago)
Foxeer Monster V2 HS1197 FPV Camera (Black)
Installed on bench, looked great. Installed in quad, started smoking! After hours of checking and troubleshooting, i determined that the included hardware was making contact with the pcb inside the camera, and was shorting it out. Adding a washer on one of the screws fixed it, and it seems to still be working ok, but it wasted my time and left a bad taste in my mouth.)