HawkEye is preparing second version of their micro action camera Fifrefly Micro Cam 2. First pre-production pictures appeared, showing the new camera with 3D printed casing. Preliminary specs are: 1080p/60fps, 2.5K/30fps, low lag FPV output, about 1 hour of battery operation. Total weight is about 28 31 grams. Size is about 30x30x36mm.
Size comparison with previous verssion (old one is orange, on the top)
Photo demonstrating low lag realtime FPV video output.
Features: -It is tiny, water resistant and yet powerful -2.5K 30FPS, 1080p 60FPS
Hawkeye Micro 2 supports Max resolution at 2.5K@30fps, and 1080p@60fps!
That’4 times better than Micro 1!
The weight and size is still the smallest in the market!
-Only 31 gram
31 gram! It’s so light that it won’t affect your drone! Record Full HD video and fly as usual!
-Built In Battery
With built in battery there is less power noise that’s really convenient.
Just stick camera to your drone and fly! Built in battery can last about an hour!
-IPX4 water splash-resistant
We all know that drone can be easily flown into the water, grass or swamp. With water resistant camera video won’t be lost,
even when hitting harder or watery surfaces! We considered many solutions, and designed Micro 2 to be water resistant!
-Low latency video output for FPV
The latency of Micro 2 video output is only 40-50ms at 1080@60fps. That’s really smooth and quick .
-External Battery Voltage measurement
Micro 2 can measure the battery voltage, and display it on the OSD. No need to buy an extra OSD board to get the voltage displayed.
-External Trigger to capture video/photo
There is two IO triggers to capture video/photo.
Note: active low @ 100ms .
New Micro 2 is equipped with more functions than Micro 1! We have added functions such as Time lapse video, photos and selfie shot.
-FPV, action Cam, dash Cam, DV
The main purpose of Micro 2 is to play FPV. But it’s so powerful that you can use it as an action camera, a dash camera or a DV!
1 x Hawkeye Firefly Micro Cam 2 2.5K FPV Action Camera
Source: Facebook 2018-08-30 Article created
2019-01-10 Info updated
2019-02-22 Actually listed and specs updated