The Cinerace20 has something of the Racewhoop, but its fairing is made of ABS: its manufacturer Flywoo assures that this is a guarantee of better resistance to shocks. It is similar to the Cinewhoop with its ability to carry a small HD camera such as GoPro Naked, BetaFPV SMO 4K, Insta360 GO 2 or Caddx Peanut. The manufacturer offers these mounts as an option when ordering. The device is provided with a 1S power supply to connect directly an SMO 4K – you can tweak it to power another camera. The device is offered in 3 versions: the Cinerace20, the Cinerace20 Pro and the Cinerace20 HD.
The Cinerace20 is based on a minimalist carbon structure of 9.2 cm diagonal from motor to motor, on which is grafted the fairing. The motors are brushless NIN V2 1203Pro at 3400KV presented in push, for 5-blade propellers of 1.9 inch Gemfan D51-5. The microUSB connector for accessing the flight controllers settings is placed underneath the device, for easy access. Flywoo assures that the device is particularly stable, free of Jello type noise, and that the propellers are not visible on the FPV camera. The colors of the propeller protections can be chosen.
Flywoo recommends a power supply with 4S batteries from 300 to 900 mAh for an autonomy that can reach 12 minutes. The Cinerace20 is proposed without radio receiver, or pre-equipped with an XM+ from FrSky, an ExpressLRS in 2.4 GHz, or a Crossfire Nano RX from TBS. The manufacturer also assures that the structure is easily disassembled to make repairs.The availability of the device is scheduled for October 8, 2021.
The Cinerace20 is based on a Goku GN 413 flight controller coupled with a 13A ESC. Its FPV camera is a Caddx Ant, and its video transmitter a 5.8 GHz analog VTX625 capable of transmitting at 25 mW, but also up to 450 mW. The video antenna is a Flywoo RHCP with uFL connector. It weighs 93 grams without its battery.