The CineBee 75HD already has a successor! The CineBee 75HD Plus incorporates the main features of the first model: it is a Tinywhoop based on a 1 mm thick carbon structure with plastic trim for propeller guards, presented more apart at the front than at the rear. If the two devices seem very little different, the components have been reviewed and corrected. The result? It weighs 63.1 grams (without the battery), lighter, compared to the 69.6 grams of the first model.
The Succex Micro flight controller is part of a 2.1 x 2.1 cm mini tower with 1.6 x 1.6 cm mounting holes. It is based on an F4 processor with an active OSD. It is associated with a 4 in 1 ESC of 12A DShot600. The whole pilot of the 1103 to 10000KV brushless motors for 4 cm diameter HQ Prop quadruple propellers which, ensures iFlight, allow flights without vibrations.
It is provided by the new RunCam Split 3 Nano Whoop Edition hybrid camera, which you can discover here. Smaller and more compact than its competitors, it films in 1080p at 60 frames per second on a microSD card. It is also able to provide an analog image in real time, in collaboration with a 5.8 GHz SucceX Micro video transmitter compatible with 40 channels, capable of transmitting at 0 mW (pitmode), 25 mW (the maximum allowed in France), 100 mW and 200 mW.
The CineBee 75HD Plus is available without a radio receiver, with a DSMX / DSM2, Flysky A8S V2, FrSky R-XSR or FrSky XM+ receiver. To power the device, you need a 2S or 3S battery of 400 or 500 mAh, with an XT30 connector. The CineBee 75HD is available from $185.99 at Banggood (with port, without taxes).