iLook+ 1080p FPV Camera with transmitter by Walkera

 

Project Review - FPV Camera with Built-in video transmitter and Fatshark goggles compatible

Synopsis: This is the new and improved all-in-one FPV camera with built-in video transmitter - the iLook+. What makes the iLook+ camera different from other action cameras, it is FPV ready! No extra video transmitter to install. Some people call it a FPV backpack, and have been packing them into a box to make it swappable. You can change and reroute the antenna anywhere, but conveniently it has one attached, if you prefer not to have too many wires. It uses the same antenna as a Fatshark, so if you are pleased with a Fatshark setup, it is the same.  The iLook and iLook+ are identical in size and shape, other than the lens and resolution.  The iLook+ has a wide angle 1080p lens for FPV, providing a more stabilized recording.

Specification:
HD Resolution:1920x1080P (HD)
Photos :13 MP 13 million pixels
Video: Frames Per Second: 25-30 fps
Low latency and long range FPV
FatShark compatible
DEVO F7 compatible
Support 5.8 Ghz wireless video link
Quick FPV assembly with built-in video transmitter
Support output Micro SD card
Support G-2D and G-3D brushless gimbal
First Person View (FPV) flight and recording
Battery Life: no internal battery, connects to external battery, example main flight battery
Weight: 125g.


2-in-1 camera recorder and video transmitter



watch in HD where possible or be pleased with a good 360p!

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Where to: www.walkera.com
 

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tips couponNotes: We tested with all the Fatshark antenna and it works just fine. Just put your video receivers to the same channel, they are the same frequency as Fatshark. The Fatshark Attitude has a video out, so that goes to the ground station recorder, we call it the blackbox.  For FPV this reduces the need for 2 cameras and a video transmitter for a nice price. The case is solid metal (not plastic) and can take some beating, it acts as a heat sink. You can still mount your antenna anywhere if you still chooses to.

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