Does GePRC CineKing mean anything to you? It’s normal, I told you about it here. It is a Tinywhoop type nano racer, even Cinewhoop oriented, since it is able to film in 4K and provide real-time video feedback. This model is almost the same, with a flight controller based on an F4 processor, a 12A 4-in-1 ESC, 2-inch quadripetal propellers, all supporting Lipo 3S and 4S.
Instead of the 4K Tarsier camera, GePRC has installed a 4K RunCam Hybrid. The principle is the same: it is a box with a dual camera, FPV and 4K, associated with a recording component on a microSD memory card. Unfortunately, I have not yet tested this camera to evaluate it against the Tarsier. The video transmitter is a 5.8 GHz compatible with 40 channels, with a power of 25 mW (the maximum allowed in France), 100 mW or 200 mW. It is optional, with the possibility of adjustment from the remote control and the active OSD, via the IRC Tramp protocol.
A 450 or 550 mAh 3S or 4S battery is required. GePRC offers to deliver the device without a receiver, or with a Flysky A8S, FrSky R-XSR or XM+, or TBS Crossfire Nano receiver. The GePRC CineKing 4K RunCam version will be available from $229.99 at Banggood store.