The Mark5 is, according to its manufacturer GePRC, a racer intended for freestyle flights. It is based on a carbon structure with X wide arms to prevent the propellers from being in the field of the camera. It measures 22.5 cm diagonal from engine to engine, with arms of 5 mm thick. GePRC assures that it has been designed to absorb shock and reduce vibration.
It’s based on a Span F22-HD-BT flight controller flashed with Betaflight, compatible with the SpeedyBee app on smartphones for remote adjustments, wirelessly via Bluetooth. It is associated with a 4 in 1 ESC of 50A BLheli_32 which drives SpeedX2 2107.5 motors, at 2450KV for the 4S version and at 1960KV for the 6S version. The propellers are Gemfan Freestyle 4S 5″ three-blades. GePRC provides two TPU mounts for GoPro 9 and Caddx Peanut cameras.
The video part is provided by a Caddx 1200TVL FPV Ratel 2 camera and a GePRC RadVTX analog 5.8 GHz video transmitter capable of transmitting at 25 mW (the maximum allowed in France), but also 200, 600 and an insane 1600 mW! The video antenna is a GePRC Momoda RHCP. The weight is 386 grams without battery. The device is offered without radio receiver, or pre-equipped with a FrSky R-XSR, TBS Crossfire Nano RX or ELRS 2.4 GHz receiver.
There are two of them! The first is equipped with a DJI FPV Air Unit and its two antennas with the DJI camera. It weighs 411 grams without the battery. The second one is equipped with a Vista box from Caddx with the DJI camera and a GEPRC Momoda 5.8G UFL LHCP antenna. It weighs 392 grams without the battery. Both are available without radio receiver (the video equipment is compatible with the DJI radio control), or pre-equipped with a FrSky R-XSR, TBS Crossfire Nano RX or ELRS 2.4 GHz receiver.