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    first stock test starlight night camera cc1564

    Stock settings of the new starlight night camera model number cc1564
    starlight night fpv camera: http://youtu.be/yUBHiYbfX_E

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmarkcooper View Post
    Stock settings of the new starlight night camera model number cc1564
    starlight night fpv camera: http://youtu.be/yUBHiYbfX_E
    There are two lenses included with the camera cc1564 . Default lens is IR blocked, suitable for day use. And you can change to the other lens which is IR sensitive at night to get better image.

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    I was tired that night and used the alternative day lense folks I'll change it to the included night time lense I expect it will be even better than the footage I did above I'll do a comparison video showing the HD recorded footage and the footage from the starlight . my bad

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    I just ordered it also, gonna try it on my headlight birds.

    -Hugo

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    daytime footage of the camera brief test as time and winds were against me it was more than flyable in the daytime tbh very very happy

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    Quote Originally Posted by HugeOne View Post
    I just ordered it also, gonna try it on my headlight birds.

    -Hugo
    you will not believe your eyes hugo pick your darkest area, and power this baby up its like the lights have just been turned on lol

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    That is a great video, waiting for your night fly video with IR sensitive lens.

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    Looks good when you do the night test can you please try it in color mode as well? I just killed my fav camera and cant buy it anymore and nothing works that great in color
    Also whats the blue haze around the edge?

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    this flight was captured tonite raw overlayed onto hd footage for reference

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    I have had this camera for a few days now. Done only night flying so far and it impresses in the performance !
    In low light from houses and streetlights you can fly almost like daytime. But it really shines in very dark environments.
    The only problem I have found so far is that the OSD will not lock it in color even if I have set it to do so. it tends to switch to black and white anyway. But maybe slower.
    I am also sure that I have not found the optimal settings yet.
    It is delivered with both a IR block lens and one without IR filter. But the difference in low light is noticeable but not great. They both do good.

    And then some videos:

    With IR block lens


    With no IR filter:


    No IR filter in pitch black conditions:


    OSD walkthrough:

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