XiaoMi Yi Sport Camera

XiaoMi Yi – 1080P and 60fps FPV Action Camera

XiaoMi Yi is a new action camera with a completely new design and without any display but with many features and attractive specs.

For those who are interested in high speed videos, this action camera can record videos with up to 240 frames per seconds thanks to the latest Ambrella A7LS SOC. Unfortunately, the highest fps can be achieved only at the lowest video resolution.

The XiaoMi Yi can simultaneously capture 1080P videos and streaming live images over the Wi-Fi signal to your mobile device.

Upgraded with the latest firmware, the XiaoMi Yi camera can be used as FPV camera on your drone with the proper micro USB to AV-out cable.

XiaoMi Yi features and specs:

Imaging unit Ambarella A7LS SoC
Image sensor Sony Exmor R BSI CMOS
Sensor size 16MP
Lens Aspheric surface FHD photology glass lens, F2.8 relative aperture, 155° wide angle
Display No
Video formats 1080P at 60fps, 48fps, 30fps or 24fps), 960P(60fps/48fps), 720P(120fps/60fps/48fps), 480P(up to 240fps). MP4 (Hi-Fi H.264).
Audio format Mono, dual track, 96KHz sampling, 92dBA SNR
Photo resolution 16Mp with up to 4608*3456 pixels
Working modes Time-lapse(0.5s/1s/2s/5s/10s/30s/60s)
Self Timer(3s-15s), motion trail shooting(7/s). Clip mode
Battery 3.7v 1010mAh Panasonic high density Li-ion battery
Storage Up to 64 micro SD memory card, class 10 recommended
Connectivity Broadcom wireless module with WIFI and with Bluetooth 4.0
Connectors micro USB and micro HDMI video out
Waterproof Yes, Up to 40 meters with case
FPV Yes, via  micro USB port and with the latest 1.0.9 firmware
Other ST tri-axial high-performance gravity sensor, XiaoYi APP, 7mm monopod hole
Camera size 61 x 22 x 42 mm
Weight 72g with battery
Colors Green and white
Included with XiaoMi Yi camera:
  • 3.7v 1010mAh Li-Ion battery;
  • USB data and charging cable;
  • XiaoMi Yi user manual.

You can fallow the RCGroups forum to find more about this sport camera.


   One Comment


  1. Karakol
      May 19, 2015

    I had heard very bad things about the XiaoMi Yi camera, but it seems mine is working perfectly. After two weeks of usage, I do not have any thing to reproach. Now I’m planning to upgrade the firmware on it, because I want to use it as FPV camera.

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