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SurveilZone
11th August 2014, 11:36 AM
This is DC5V sony super had II CCD camera with plastic case, only 15g, very suitable for mini multi-axial to cross over
http://www.surveilzone.com/DC5V-plastic-case-mini-sony-super-had-ccd-600tvl-super-camera-2.8mm-lens-for-fpv
Here is the sample video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXie3Swbdrs&feature=youtu.be

john snow
14th August 2014, 11:33 AM
It is a wonderful camera, I just get plastic case version, HS1177, test it later.

SurveilZone
20th August 2014, 09:14 AM
It is a wonderful camera, I just get plastic case version, HS1177, test it later.

Any news, keep us updated, thank you

Zeeflyboy
20th August 2014, 02:36 PM
surveilzone - just out of interest, have you tested it for UHF noise without the metal case?

SurveilZone
21st August 2014, 10:27 AM
surveilzone - just out of interest, have you tested it for UHF noise without the metal case?

Until now, no customer feedback the UHF problem, we will use tools to test UHF problem, I will update it here.

cmavr8
11th December 2014, 09:22 AM
Until now, no customer feedback the UHF problem, we will use tools to test UHF problem, I will update it here.

Any updates?
- customer complaints?
- customers using UHF/GPS successfully?
- your own tests?

Thanks :)

amadeus
11th December 2014, 10:45 AM
is there a cheaper version without case?

ChknDinner
8th January 2015, 06:54 PM
Any luck on the tests?

SurveilZone
9th January 2015, 01:13 AM
is there a cheaper version without case?
Recommend the 600tvl sony super had II CCD camera CC1333-B, just $26 now:
http://www.surveilzone.com/fpv/fpv-camera/sony-super-had-ccd-600tvl-fpv-ir-block-camera-2.8mm-lens

SurveilZone
9th January 2015, 05:51 AM
Any updates?
- customer complaints?
- customers using UHF/GPS successfully?
- your own tests?

Thanks :)

We've upgraded the 25X25mm mini 600tvl sony super had II CCD camera HS1171 or HS1177 to V2 version without any UHF interference. We will starting sell the V2 camera from next week.
http://www.surveilzone.com/sony-super-had-ccd-600tvl-super-mini-camera-2.8mm-lens-d-wdr-osd-fpv-hs1171
And
http://www.surveilzone.com/DC5V-plastic-case-mini-sony-super-had-ccd-600tvl-super-camera-2.8mm-lens-for-fpv

Brucey
10th January 2015, 03:33 AM
Yesterday I ordered a hs1177, will I get a new v2? Happy to wait. Order number 41983

wyll
11th January 2015, 01:16 PM
If I buy a camera right now will it be the new v2 one or should I wait a few more days

lbz34
12th January 2015, 01:22 AM
I ordered and received 2 HS1177 cameras, plastic case 5-22 volts it is advertised as, the box and the camera say 5-15 volts, I have not put 4 cell to it yet only 12volts with a Pololu, Can I safely run 4 cell 17 volts max????? If not I need to exchange these as i was sold the wide voltage versions. Orders #41411 and #41280

Thanks

turdsurfer
4th February 2015, 10:40 AM
Below are some RF Explorer snapshots of the HS1177 v1 and v2 cameras at distances 5cm, 10cm, 20cm from a fully extended antenna. Included is a baseline snapshot too.
Baseline:
58189

HS1177 5-15V (v1):
58190
58191
58192

HS1177 5-20V (v2):
58193
58194
58195

So, the v2 camera outputs less UHF noise over all, but does have a narrow spike at 439.795Mhz. This shouldn't be a problem with frequency hopping systems, especially if you can configure the hopping frequencies hop around the spike.

SurveilZone
4th February 2015, 02:09 PM
I ordered and received 2 HS1177 cameras, plastic case 5-22 volts it is advertised as, the box and the camera say 5-15 volts, I have not put 4 cell to it yet only 12volts with a Pololu, Can I safely run 4 cell 17 volts max????? If not I need to exchange these as i was sold the wide voltage versions. Orders #41411 and #41280

Thanks

Sorry for the trouble
Our mini 600tvl sony super had II CCD camera HS1177 and HS1171 support DC5V to DC22V, so run 4 cell 17 volts is no problems

Any problems, please don't hesitate to contact us

SurveilZone
5th February 2015, 12:43 PM
Below are some RF Explorer snapshots of the HS1177 v1 and v2 cameras at distances 5cm, 10cm, 20cm from a fully extended antenna. Included is a baseline snapshot too.
Baseline:
58189

HS1177 5-15V (v1):
58190
58191
58192

HS1177 5-20V (v2):
58193
58194
58195

So, the v2 camera outputs less UHF noise over all, but does have a narrow spike at 439.795Mhz. This shouldn't be a problem with frequency hopping systems, especially if you can configure the hopping frequencies hop around the spike.

Thanks for the testing result. Really helpful.

wyll
5th February 2015, 03:10 PM
Is there a easy way to tell whether you have the v1 or v2 cam? SurveilZone, I ordered a HS1178 on january 12 2015, which version did I get?

joseico90
5th February 2015, 06:19 PM
The back plate should have "5-20V", the old version had a blue PCB board while new version is green. I'm also testing one on a small quad, I really like the video clarity and small footprint, the OSD control is convenient with just one button. So far I'm liking this camera and will very likely order more for other projects, mainly because the small size and performance.

SurveilZone
24th April 2015, 01:52 PM
relaxed flight with the mini version of the famous sony 600TVL camera HS1177 (http://www.surveilzone.com/DC5V-plastic-case-mini-sony-super-had-ccd-600tvl-super-camera-2.8mm-lens-for-fpv)for FPV:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-WqcXNQxc8

john snow
25th April 2015, 12:01 AM
Is there a easy way to tell whether you have the v1 or v2 cam? SurveilZone, I ordered a HS1178 on january 12 2015, which version did I get?

The old version has the cable out at the bottom, the new version has the cable out at the top, besides, old version has cable sequence: white red black yellow, new version has cable sequence: white yellow black red, you can check the power cable or servo cable along with the camera

Thunder Fighter
25th April 2015, 10:48 AM
I found out about the plug at the top after mounting the new camera yesterday, I just copied the setup I had with the older V1 camera. Then I found this camera doesn't have a setting to invert the picture so I had to pull my frame apart and redo it. :(

Has the software in the new camera been updated or at least the default settings? I tried the settings given in the video for this camera and found I could not use them as the picture ended up way too dark. Also are people switching on the DWR setting? It is set off in the default firmware and not mentioned in the setup video, I thought it was one of the reasons this camera performed well, or is there a disadvantage?

Finally, it looks like my earlier camera was the IR sensitive version (which I guess was the default at the time) and the new ones are Ir Blocking, is it easy to pull the lens off and remove the IR filter if I want better low light performance?

//Dennis.

john snow
26th April 2015, 09:50 AM
If you want to low light performance, you need change IR filter, not just remove the IR filter on the CCD, but also need to add a IR sensitive filter. the default should be IR block according to product description.

SurveilZone
14th June 2015, 12:05 PM
28X28mm 600tvl sony CCD camera, support DC5V~DC24V,26 dollar:
http://www.surveilzone.com/28x28mm-Sony-Super-HAD-CCD-600TVL-Mini-Camera-250-Frame-g-1381
633166331763318

wyll
14th June 2015, 12:16 PM
Is that the same chip set as the CC1333? also will their be a case coming for it?

SurveilZone
14th June 2015, 12:20 PM
yes same chipset as the CC11333

We have the alloy case version:
http://www.surveilzone.com/28x28mm-Sony-Super-HAD-CCD-600TVL-Mini-Camera-Alloy-Case-g-1380
63322

wyll
14th June 2015, 12:22 PM
sweet that will be the next FPV cam I buy.

EArHog
12th August 2015, 02:27 PM
I decided to try a camera that was PAL format to see if that improved the image in my Skyzone goggles - hoping to reduce the horizontal 'stretch'. The product data for Skyzone goggles says either PAL or NTSC. Same for the VTx. I did not see a way to toggle between the two, so I thought maybe the goggles simply work with either format.

I noticed an excessive amount of horizontal, somewhat squiggly dark lines in the image when I flew. The horizontal lines were unaffected by the LC filter - same poor image quality with or without the filter. Question - could this IQ problem be a result of my decision to try PAL?

I need to buy another camera and want to know if PAL may be the problem so I don't make the same mistake again.

thanks.

EArHog
15th August 2015, 02:46 PM
Ooops. Dead thread here. I'll try again elsewhere.

SurveilZone
25th August 2015, 12:42 PM
I decided to try a camera that was PAL format to see if that improved the image in my Skyzone goggles - hoping to reduce the horizontal 'stretch'. The product data for Skyzone goggles says either PAL or NTSC. Same for the VTx. I did not see a way to toggle between the two, so I thought maybe the goggles simply work with either format.

I noticed an excessive amount of horizontal, somewhat squiggly dark lines in the image when I flew. The horizontal lines were unaffected by the LC filter - same poor image quality with or without the filter. Question - could this IQ problem be a result of my decision to try PAL?

I need to buy another camera and want to know if PAL may be the problem so I don't make the same mistake again.

thanks.

Sorry for delayed reply.

If you have anything wrong with our product, pls send email to info@surveilzone.com and tell us the order number and problem in detail.

cmavr8
24th April 2016, 02:43 PM
Does anyone know why the cam would transmit image that is more red and dark than usual?