The manufacturer SPCmaker joins its competitors to expand its catalog with a new Cinewhoop model, the Bat78 HD. The electronics are based on a component combining a flight controller and an ESC. The flight controller is based on an F4 processor with an active OSD, flashed with betaflight. The ESC is a 4 in 1 of 25A Dshot600. The whole drives 1103 to 11000KV brushless motors for Gemfan 1636 quadruple propellers.
It is provided by a RunCam Split 3 Nano hybrid camera, which films in 1920 x 1080 pixels at 60 fps on a microSD memory card on board the device. It is coupled with an FPV camera intended to provide real-time video feedback for piloting in immersion. The video transmitter is a 5.8 GHz model compatible with 40 channels, adjustable to a power of 25 mW (the maximum authorized in France), 100 mW, 200 mW or 400 mW, with a dipole antenna. The equipment is completed by an LED and a buzzer. The whole thing weighs 55 grams.
To power the Bat78 HD, SPCmaker recommends a 2S battery from 500 to 650 mAh, or a 3S from 300 mAh, with an XT30 socket. The device will be available without radio receiver, or equipped with an AC900, DSM2 / DSMX, Flysky RX2A or FrSky XM + receiver. The price? The Bat78 HD will be offered from $185.99 at Banggood.