The least we can say is that there is a choice of weapons when you want to equip yourself with a Cinewhoop, that is to say a micro racer with faired propellers capable of carrying a GoPro sports camera. The latest addition is GepRC’s CineGO HD. It rests on a carbon structure 3 mm thick, with a diagonal from motor to motor of 15.5 cm. The propellers, 3-inch three-bladed, are protected by ducts. The motors are GR1507 brushless at 2800KV, controlled by an ESC 4 in 1 of 35A BLheli_S and a flight controller based on an F7 processor.
Video return is provided by a Caddx Vista with the DJI camera, compatible with the DJI Digital FPV System for digital images. Therefore a DJI headset and possibly a DJI radio control are required. If you prefer to use your own remote control, CineGO HD is available with an XM + or R-XSR receiver from FrSky, or Crossfire Nano from TBS. GoPro support is not provided. GepRC ensures that a GoPro mounted on the device makes it possible to obtain an image without seeing the propellers in the field. The device weighs 248 grams without its battery.
The manufacturer recommends an 850 mAh 6S battery with an XT30 connector to power the CineGO HD.
No Prop In View
Comes with DJI Air Unit (720P 120fps FPV)
Perfect on GoPro 7/8
F722 FC，STABLE PRO F722 DUAL BL32 35A
Model: CineGO HD 4S
Flight Controller System: STABLE PRO F7 BL32 35A
MCU: STM32 F722RET6
MPU: 2 x ICM20689(SPI)
ESC: 35A * 4 BLHeli_32 (Dshot 150/300/600/1200)
Motors: GR1507 3600KV (4S)
FPV System: Caddx Vista HD
Material: 3K Carbon Fiber
Bottom Plate: 3mm
Top Plate: 2mm
Weight: 247g（Without Battery）
Receiver: PNP(Build-in DJI Receiver)/Frsky R-XSR / Frsky XM+ / TBS Nano RX
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