To have fun whatever the weather, choose an indoor nano racer. Eachine’s new Cinefun 1S is a Tinywhoop, streamlined and ultralight, so it’s not very dangerous. It measures 9.7 x 9.7 x 5.1 cm, with a motor-to-motor diagonal of 7.5 cm. The motors are brushless NC1102 at 19000KV for HQProp four-bladed 1.6 inch 1616 propellers.
The heart of the aircraft is a flight controller is a CrazybeeX FR V2.2 based on an F4 processor, with an active OSD that displays the telemetry: RSSI, voltage, current. It is associated with an ESC 4 in 1 of 5A BLheli_S and DShot600. The transmitter is a 5.8 GHz analog model compatible with 40 channels, adjustable in SmartAudio, capable of transmitting at 25 mW (the maximum allowed in France) or at 200 mW to go further and better penetrate dense environments.
The Cinefun 1S is offered in 1080p version, in this case equipped with a RunCam Split3 Lite hybrid camera. It offers real-time video feedback and records images in 1920 x 1080 pixels at 60 frames per second. The FOV is 165° and the videos are recorded on a microSD memory card. The Cinefun 1S is also available in a 4K version. It is a Loris hybrid camera from Caddx, able to provide real-time video feedback, and to record images in 4K at 60 fps (extrapolated from a 3.5K definition at 60 fps). The Loris offers dynamic colors in DWDR mode and a 165° FOV.
The power outlet is an XT30. Eachine provides 4 copies of a Lipo 1S of 650 mAh 60C with an XT30 connector, with a unit weight of 15.5 grams, for an autonomy of about 5 minutes. The device is sold with a FrSky compatible receiver, or Flysky compatible, or with a Crossfire Nano RX from TBS. Its weight without battery is 37 grams for the 1080p version, 39 grams for the 4K version.