Here is another new builder unknown to the battalion who is embarking on the battle of the Cinewhoop. This device is based on a carbon frame and removable propeller guards. Inside, there is the Tarsier camera, a model that offers both real-time analog video feedback and HD recording. Something to come back with beautiful images…. if the camera is well isolated from vibrations. To achieve this, the manufacturer has bet on TPU support.
The engines are 1106 to 5500KV brushless motors, driven by a 4 in 1 ESC of 30A and a flight controller based on an F7 processor flashed with Betaflight. The propellers are 2-inch quadruple Gemfans (2036). The Tarsier camera, which can film in 4K at 30 frames per second, 2.7K and 1400p at 60 frames per second, 1080p at 90 frames per second, is associated with a 5.8 GHz video transmitter compatible with 16 channels and capable of transmitting in 0 mW (pitmode), 25 mW, 50 mW, 100 mW, 200 mW and 400 mW! It is equipped with a polarized type antenna.
An XT30 socket allows the power supply. Batta recommends 3S and 4S batteries – which in theory results in a rather powerful device. Its weight is still 132 grams without battery. The device will be available in a version without a radio receiver, with a DSM2 / DSMX compatible receiver, a Flysky receiver or an XM+ receiver from FrSky. The price? The Batta GRT-4K will be available from $239.99 at Banggood Store.