Hello guys and welcome back to my channel today in this video I’m going to check the run time split minute to HD every camera in this video I’m going to go over it specifications measure its latency and also test its battery consumption rate and in the next video I’m going to head the doors and compare it side-by-side with.
The GoPro session 5 the first version and also with the.

Codecs turtle v1 which is flashed with the video firmer inside the box we can find first of all the camera itself as you can see now it features a single ordered which is.

The biggest difference between the v2 and the v1 next we can find a micro 2 mini camera adapter spacers and screws these wires and also this protector which is going to secure.

The camera connector in place and it’s also going to prevent the micro SD card from accidentally ejecting on the bottom side of the board we can.
Find a micro SD card slot support up to 64 gigabytes micro SD cards next.

We can find these 2 buttons that are going to help you to start to stop the recording and also to configure the camera and I’m going to get to it later in this video here we can find the camera connector and now they put this diagram on the cable so it’s going to help you to see how to connect it because this cable can be attached either way and this is the right way to connect it on the other side you can see.

Sticker which you’ll need to remove before using this camera so first of all you can connect all the wires using these solder pads the.

Top one is the VCC plus and the walking voltage is between 5 to 20 volts so it’s a little bit wider than the working voltage of the run complete mini one which is 5 to 17 volts so over here we’ve got the VCC then the ground and next the.

Can find the video out in addition you can also use this trip in sport and in the accessory bag you can find appropriate connectors at the bottom we can find the Rx and D experts so this one is the RX and this one is the Teague’s when connected to a freon port it will enable you to control the camera features the th has to be connected to the Rx and the RX has to be connected to.

Are port on your flight controller and then you will have to head over to be the fly and configure under peripherals to.

Use random device funny right next to the TX and our it force we can find a microphone now by the way on the speaker itself it says that the current input has to be greater than one a Parris so it won’t say that you should not power.

It by the fatigue and you should power it up directly from the battery the weight.
Of the split magneto is twelve point six grams so it’s almost three.

Grams lighter than the split mini one and about 1 gram.

Lighter than the kudex turtle the body itself of the split-finger two features twenty by twenty.

Mounting holes and it is a little bit bigger than the boards of the split mini.

One the other dimensions of the board are about.

Twenty nine point four by twenty nine by four point five millimeters as opposed to the split mini one well there are the.

Dimensions are about twenty nine point three by 27 by 8.8 millimeters so as you can see of course by using only a single board the profile of the split mini two is slimmer than the profile of the Spade mini one now I’ve got the camera connected directly to an FV screen so let’s turn it on after about a second we can see the run kappa logo and after that the video feed is going to.

Appear and by default it’s going to start auto recording the video to the micro SD card of course if it’s present and we can see the recording indication over here in order to stop the recording you have a few options first of all you can press this button over.

Here and then the recording is going to be stopped another option you have is to use the TX and rx ports and then control it using one of the auxiliary switches on your radio transmitter and you can also just turn the camera off but you have to take into consideration that you are going.

To lose about a second from the end of the video entering the camera settings is done by long pressing the button over here then we can navigate for the options by.

Using the start / stop button so first personate is going to get you to the video settings and the second button double acts is the enter button by short pressing it and also the Return button by long pressing it so let’s enter the video settings here we can set the resolution by default it’s set to 1080p 60 frames per second you can set it to 10 to be 50 frames per second 1080p 30 frames per second and 720p 60 frames per.

Second the next option is loop recording by default it’s set to OFF next we can find the auto recording which means that the camera is going to start recording after you pair it up by default it’s.

Set to all and I think it is also the most convenient option next we can find the.

Wide dynamic range which is by default set to on and you can also set it to off going back to the previous spinning is done by long pressing this button next we can.

Set the image so you can set the saturation contrast brightness shot press and you can also flip the image so if you would like to position the camera in this manner it is possible so this is pretty convenient in this menu we can.

Also change the metering between average spot and center and find.

Them in the field of view can be.

Set to wide medium or narrow so for example you can see let’s focus on my soldering iron now it’s about in the middle.

Is how it looks when it’s wide I need to look like that when it’s set to medium next we can find the TV out options so over here we can set the aspect ratio between 4 by 3 and 16 by 9 and.

The TV mode can be set to NTSC.

Which is the default option and you can also switch to power next we’ve got the micro SD card menu here we can form an SD.

Card and we can also enter the SD card information so I’m going to insert a micro SD card inside the micro SD card slot and now we can enter this menu otherwise it’s going to show just a blend screen so we can see the.

Name of the micro SD card the size and the amount of free space pressing and.

If the button is going to take you back.

To the previous screen finally under general we can set the power of frequency between 50 and 60 Hertz.

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