The world of Cinewhoop keeps expanding! Here is the CineLog 25 HD, a camera designed to shoot in crowded environments, with engines that are mounted in a Pusher version. It competes with the Beta95X V3 from BetaFPV, or the recent Flipo95 from UrUAV.
It is based on a GEP-CL25 carbon structure with a diagonal of 10.9 cm from engine to engine, enhanced by propeller protections. The flight controller GEP-20A-F4 is flashed with Betaflight. It is based on an F4 processor and an ESC 4 in 1 of 20A. The motors are brushless GR1204 at 3750KV for D63-5 5-blade propellers. The device is designed to be powered by 4S batteries from 450 to 750 mAh, with an XT30 connector. A TPU support for GoPro Naked camera is provided with the device.
All are delivered either without a radio receiver (you have to install your own or use a DJI radio control in the case of HD versions), or with a FrSky R-XSR receiver, or a Crossfire Nano RX from TBS. The CineLog 25 is offered in a version with analog video return, based on an EOS2 camera from Caddx and an analog 5.8 GHz video transmitter capable of transmitting in 25 and 600 mW.