AuroraRC’s Mamfu24 is a fairly classic Cinewhoop. It is based on a carbon structure with a 15.3 cm diagonal engine to engine, which incorporates propeller protections and foam dampers for dimensions of 25.5 x 19 x 5.5 cm. Its flight controller is an F722 with a Bluetooth module to allow Betaflight settings at (short) distance via the SpeedyBee application, and probably Betaflight Configurator. The motors are brushless Mamba Toka 1606 at 2700KV for Gemfan D76 five-blade propellers, all driven by a 40A ESC 4 in 1.
The FPV camera is a Ratel from Caddx, a 1200TVL with Super WDR function. It is associated with a 5.8 GHz VTX Tank analog video transmitter from Rush, compatible with 48 channels, with a power of 25 mW (the maximum allowed in France), 200 mW, 500 mW or 800 mW, adjustable via SmartAudio. The antenna is a RHCP polarized SpeedyBee with an SMA connector. A TPU part allows to install a GPS (not supplied). The Mamfu24 is supplied either without radio receiver, or with a Flysky AFHDS2A or a TBS Crossfire Nano RX. It also lacks a battery for takeoff: AuroraRC recommends Lipo from 4S to 6S. The price? The aircraft is offered from $299.99.