About the new product
The Tarsier hybrid 4K FPV camera was first announced by the developer in March of this year on his Facebook page through an intriguing teaser image. Caddx Tarsier is a hybrid 12MP 4K FPV camera with a latency of up to 10ms, capable of shooting in 4K quality and transmitting analog video at the same time. Then, the only perspective of the Tarsier’s appearance asked more questions than it gave answers regarding the possibility of realizing the declared. Recently, the developer revealed all the features of Tarsier and added the device to the general catalog of products sold.
- Standard sizes for drone hobby
- Adapted for installation on UAVs of class 85 and above
- Weight 18 grams
- Two lenses
- FOV Camera Resolution 1200TVL (FOV 165°)
- Max. camera resolution for shooting 12MP 4K at 30fps (FOV 150°)
- H.264/H.265 video codec
- Hardware vibration damping system “ANTI-SHAKE”
- Two built-in microphones
- Mobile app access and control (Caddx FPV) over Wi-Fi
- Built-in microSD port
- ND filters (ND8/ND16)
- Execution in two colors: blue/black
dual 2-core system
4K: F2.8, FOV150° (16:9)
FPV: FOV165° (4:3)
2 lenses F2.8 12MP
4K at 30 fps (16:9)
2.7K at 60 fps (4:3)
1440P at 60/30 fps (4:3)
1080P at 90/60/30 fps (16:9)
720P at 120 fps (16:9)
2 digital microphones
Flight controller control:
not lower than U3
Assignment of contacts and basic elements
One of the first commercially available devices equipped with a 4K Tarsier Caddx camera will be the iFlight Cinebee 4K drone (see photo below).
For quick access to the camera settings (White Balance/EV/Contrast/Saturation, etc.) just install the mobile application – Caddx FPV.
At the moment, Caddx Tarsier is available for purchase on the official website and Internet trading platforms at a price of $89.
Photo of Caddx Tarsier based on iFlight Cinebee 4K drone.
Installation overview and test flights.