Cinewhoop is small, stable, and safer than your typical FPV drone. It can be flown indoors or outdoors with ease. The Cinewhoop has an intelligent flight mode that makes it easy to fly for beginners and experts alike. It’s also perfect for capturing amazing footage of landscapes and traveling shots!
Cinewhoops are designed by pilots who wanted the best of both worlds; safety and stability when flying around big obstacles like people, trees, buildings, etc., but with agility in smaller spaces like parks or backyards.
- 1 What is a cinewhoop?
- 2 Things You Need To Know When Building Your Cinewhoop Freestyle Drone
- 2.1 Cinewhoop Frames
- 2.2 Flight Controller + ESC
- 2.3 Cinewhoop Motors
- 2.4 Cinewhoop Props
- 2.5 Lipo Batteries
- 2.6 FPV VTX Setup (Video transmitter)
- 2.7 Radio Receiver
- 2.8 Radio Transmitter or Remote
- 2.9 Camera For Cinewhoop
- 2.10 FPV Goggles or Monitors
- 2.11 FAQs about Cinewhoops
What is a cinewhoop?
The Cinewhoop is an affordable and compact quadcopter that shoots beautiful drone footage.
The latest and greatest tool for capturing cinematic footage is now available in the form of Cinewhoops. These new micro-quads come with ducts that will ensure a powerful flight while carrying your GoPro or Insta360 camera, perfect for those who want to capture stable shots from every angle possible but don’t have enough time or resources.
This kit is perfect for any beginner drone enthusiast who wants to explore the world of drones. It includes everything you need, from a compact RTF Cinewhoop quadcopter with a built-in HD camera and flight controller software to USB cables and spare propellers.
Cetus FPV Kit
This new Cetus FPV Kit is the perfect choice for beginners to experience first-hand and introduce others to this hobby. The kit comes with a brushed quadcopter that’s durable enough for anyone to explore in their backyard, not just experts!
There are also two pieces of equipment you’ll need: LiteRadio2 SE transmitter that will bring your drone’s video feed up close while flying or playing around on the ground, and VR02 FPV goggles so they can enjoy it from afar without getting dizzy. All these items come neatly packed together, waiting anxiously at home until someone picks them off our shelf today – who knows what adventures await?.
Eachine Seagull 3.5″ FPV RTF Drone
The Eachine Seagull 3.5″ 4S 158mm FPV RC Drone is a great drone for you if you are looking to get into the world of flying without any experience or need an inexpensive and durable quadcopter that can handle some crashes in your adventures!
The wheelbase on this lightweight bird measures only 158 mm, making it small enough to fly indoors while still giving excellent stability outdoors with its 195*226 frame size. You’ll be able to quickly learn how drones work thanks not just eachine’s own remote control, but also Skyzone Cobra LITE FPV Goggles included as well!
Bind and fly is the most popular drone design on the market. It comes with a pre-installed controller that usually works across multiple devices, which means you can take it to the sky without having to worry about updating firmware or installing new software for your phone–you bind (connect) it once, then start flying!
Bind and Fly Drones are super easy because they come with installed controllers, so all you have to do is connect before taking off!. No longer will people be tethered by cords while their battery dies to capture footage of themselves: With these drones, no worries remain when purchasing one as long as it’s compatible.
Eachine Cvatar 120mm 2.5 Inch Cinewhoop Duct FPV
This kit includes everything you need to build a high-performance FPV drone capable of flying with precision and agility. It features the RunCam Nano2 camera, 1404 5000Kv brushless motor for quick acceleration, Gemfan D63mm 2.5 inch propeller for optimum flight performance in all conditions, including light winds up to 10km/h. 25A F722 DJI AIO Flight Controller ensures precise handling by automatically stabilizing your copter during takeoff or landing maneuvers and helping maintain stable orientation throughout normal flights – even when turning aggressively.
EACHINE NANO V3 video transmitter is lightweight yet powerful enough to be used at distances over 1000m away from the receiver without signal loss.
The Beta95X V3 is a whoop quadcopter with several features that make it stand out from the rest. The weight of this drone without a battery is about 99 grams and has a wheelbase of 95mm, which means it can take off on surfaces as small as, say, an average coffee table!
This drone also comes in two different versions- one for racing and another to fly freestyle tricks. It includes 1206 4000KV brushless motors allowing fast motion control while filming or capturing stills.
A camera mount allows users to choose between EOS Camera or Air 5th 8GHz Antenna (RHCP). You have two options to power up your flight experience: Frsky FCC/Frsky LBT/Taranis compatible receivers or a BetaFlight F3 FC (Not included in this kit).
Diatone TAYCAN 3 Inch Cinewhoop BNF
The Diatone MXC TAYCAN 3 Inch 158mm 4S/6S Cinewhoop BNF is a powerful drone with an impressive set of features. It includes a FOXEER Lolipop 3 antenna and the MAMBA TX400 400mW VTX to increase its power output. Additionally, it comes equipped with Runcam Nano2 Camera for capturing stunning aerial footage on your next adventure!
Things You Need To Know When Building Your Cinewhoop Freestyle Drone
Ever since the Tiny Whoop craze, people have been looking for whoops frames that are a bit bigger. CineWhoop Frames gives you all of these features and more!
First, pick your frame – whether quad or hexacopter style? Then decide on any accessories to add, such as duct protection (highly recommended) and LEDs. You’ll be building before you know it, thanks to this kit’s easy build instructions!
One thing about their kits is they come with tons of spare parts just in case something goes wrong during assembly. Once assembled, test out how well each prop works by spinning them manually before attaching motors.
Hence, there aren’t any surprises later down the line when everything has already gone together nicely, but one set isn’t working. And if you want to make sure everything is working properly, pop in your FPV camera and transmitter and test that as well.
Protek35 HD frame kit
The Protek35 HD frame kit is a small FPV drone with a wheelbase of 151mm. It includes 3.5 mm bottom and 2 mm top plate thicknesses weighing 153g in total weight without the recommended parts to make it more durable for intense flight periods or crashes during racing events.
The recommended components include 25×25 FC AIO ESCs 45A 4in1 brushless motors (12x 12 hole), iFlight Nazgul 3535 propellers, DJI Air Unit HD digital systems VTX & cameras as well as 4S 1550mAh lipo batteries XT60 plugs onboard power sources respectively) which can be ordered separately from their respective websites at your discretion.
iFlight BumbleBee V3 3 Inch 145mm Frame
The iFlight BumbleBee V3 3 Inch 145mm Frame Kit is a lightweight, low resonance frame design that keeps your drone more rigid and durable. It has an LED-compatible body measuring 111 x 93 mm with 2.5mm thickness of the bottom plate and 2mm on top plates for spacing of 27 millimeters between them to accommodate propellers up to 3 inches in size.
DIATONE MXC TAYCAN 3 Inch 158mm Cinewhoop Frame Kit
The DIATONE MXC TAYCAN 3 Inch 158mm Cinewhoop Frame Kit with Duct for RC Drone FPV Racing is a great choice if you are looking to build your drone. This kit includes every detail that the DIY enthusiast needs, from propellers and battery voltage all of the ways down to motor mounting hole positions. The frame itself offers plenty of space for electronics installation and mounts on both sides, installing various cameras or LEDs onto them!
Flight Controller + ESC
Cinewhoop frames are light but without a lot of power to support the weight. This is why you need ESCs that can handle higher voltages and currents than your average hobby-grade electronics.
The most popular choice for CineWhoops is Flight Controller with 20×20 stacks because it’ll be lighter in comparison to 30.5×30.5 stack systems, which typically use 6S batteries or more powerful motors/props requiring greater voltage output from the battery pack being used on them (which means they’ll have less time before these cells run out).
But if you want maximum performance, make sure whatever system components you choose will work together effectively—either by checking compatibility charts online beforehand or asking questions about power and weight on forums and Facebook groups.
You don’t want to be stuck with components that will never work together or end up being more expensive than expected!
Mamba F405 mini Betaflight Flight Controller & Mamba F30 MINI ESC
The F405 mini Betaflight Flight Controller is a cheaper alternative to the more expensive flight controllers with all your necessary components. There are three sets of UART, receiver options, and OSD for you to choose from depending on what will work best with your individual needs. If desired, you can also add an LED board so those around could see which quadcopter person was flying at any given time or enjoy watching it light up in different colors!
The Mamba F30 MINI ESC is a 3~4S LIPO (11.1V-14.8) compatible, 30A×4 max current and 40A maximum burst with BEC NO for telemetry in size 29x29x5.5mm weighing 6g!
Mamba F722 Mini Betaflight Flight Controller & Mamba F40 MINI ESC
The Mamba F722 Mini Betaflight Flight Controller is a powerful flight controller that can fly many different drones. It uses the STM32F722RET6 MCU, which offers plenty of processing power to run any software and features MPU6000 six-axis sensors for excellent performance in challenging environments.
The board also has 16MB flash memory for storing your favorite aircrafts’ settings along with an AT7456E OSD chip, so you’ll be able to see all relevant data overlaid on top without having to install additional hardware or components into your drone! You don’t need extra batteries either since it comes with a 5V 2A BEC voltage regulator, 6x UART connections (including serial port), 5x PWM outputs, 2x 5Volt Digital/2.5A current output ports, and 4x analog inputs to control the onboard sensors.
Mamba F40 MINI ESC is a 40A 3-6S Blheli_32 Dshot1200 Brushless ESC, perfect for mini quad FPV racing. This combo includes an extremely lightweight and compact design that can easily be mounted to the top of any frame or stack in your quadcopter without using up too much space.
The numbers on an RC motor represent how much torque it can produce and carry with a heavier payload. For 3 inch props or heavy GoPro loadouts, we should be looking at motors of 14XX-15XX for the best performance. However, if you’re running 6S battery configurations, most people use 4-6KV Kv Motors like in our CineWhoop builds–you could go up to 7kV if your frame is compatible!
GEPRC GR1408 1408 2-4S Brushless Motor
The GEP-GR1408 is a 3500kV, 3750kV, or 4100Kv brushless motor for drones that weigh only 15.2g without wire and has an M5 prop adapter thread to give it more flexibility when attaching your propellers with different diameters. It includes 24AWG wires that are 100mm long so that you can install the ESC of your choice into any quadcopter frame easily!
Eachine Cvatar C1507
The Eachine Cvatar 1507 is a brushless motor that can be used at 2400KV or 3600KV. It has an M5 shaft, 12N14P configuration, and weighs 15.9g with wires attached. This product works well on 2-6s lipo power systems as it outputs high torque for its weight of only 1/4 ounce (15 grams).
Props are a great way to get your quad off the ground, but which one is right for you? Test out as many props as possible and find what works best. Efficiency counts too! Make sure that it balances well with how much power it produces, or else flight time could be affected.
Noise can also be an issue, so stay on top of noise levels when testing because if they’re too loud, people might not want to hang around while we fly our drones in their town (or house).
HQ Prop’s 3″ Tri-Blade Props
These propellers are made of high-quality polycarbonate material and come in various colors to suit any color scheme! We have standard size M5 shaft hole propellers with 2 CCW or CW rotation options available, so make sure no matter what direction your motors spin, they’ll be able to work perfectly.
Gemfan D75 75mm Ducted Props
If you are looking for a different motor to power your drone or RC vehicle, look no further than the Gemfan 75mm Ducted propeller. The blades have a 3-Blade, and the pitch is set at 3.4in with enough weight (1.9g) that it will not break if something were to hit them during flight time! This means less money spent on replacements because this unit comes in pairs of one clockwise rotating prop and one counterclockwise rotating prop, so there’s always an extra blade just waiting when needed!
Choose the battery carefully, as it impacts how your CineWhoop flies. Bigger batteries could make the flight more sluggish and heavier with less agility; a lighter one may be better when you need to move quickly or fly high up in the air for long periods. It’s important to remember that there are many choices – some common ones include 850mAh, 1050mAh, 1300 mAh LiPo batteries – so take care of its capacity and which connector goes into what input on your drone!
Selecting a battery is essential for flying any drone since the charge will no longer last after just half-hour-long flights. Choosing between different makes can help determine whether it should have higher or lower voltage for a longer flight time. Don’t forget to include a battery strap and battery plug when purchasing your batteries.
Tattu R-Line 14.8V 850mAh 95C 4S
Tattu R-Line 14.8V 850mAh 95C 4S1P batteries are a great choice for your UAV’s battery needs! These particular packs have been designed with high discharge rates in mind and come equipped with XT30 plugs to make installation easy as pie, making them the perfect fit for you or any of your colleagues looking to get into drone flying themselves!
Gaoneng 15.2V 650mAh 60C 4S
Gaoneng 15.2V 650mAh 60C 4S Lipo Battery is a battery with a capacity of 650 mAh and a weight of only 60 grams. Still, it can deliver a continuous discharge rate up to an incredible speed of 60 C! The plug type for this item is XT30 Plug.
FPV VTX Setup (Video transmitter)
Flying a cinewhoop is challenging, but there are some things you can do to make it easier. Having an FPV camera that has a great wide dynamic range helps immensely! The Runcam Micro Eagle 2 Pro is the best in this attribute and should be your first pick if available for purchase.
Additionally, When you are choosing a video transmitter, there are several factors to take into consideration. It should be small and lightweight so that it doesn’t add too much weight to your drone.
However, this does not mean sacrificing quality for size or power because 25mW is more than enough if the only place you plan on flying is inside concrete structures where multipath interference would happen anyway. If outside of yourself, though, higher output powers such as 200mW could come in handy (or even better at 400-600MW).
RunCam Eagle 2 Pro
The RunCam Eagle 2 Pro camera is the best option for outdoor enthusiasts and extreme sports. It features a 1/1.8″ CMOS sensor that captures at 800TVL to provide good quality, crisp images in low light conditions.
It has high-quality video footage during the day thanks to its FOV 170 @ 16:9 or [email protected]:3 options for different screen formats you would like your footage on, such as NTSC (American) or PAL (European). The signal system switchable between these two standards will guarantee compatibility with any monitor international users are using.
RunCam Phoenix 2 Nano
The RunCam Phoenix 2 Nano is a 1/2-inch CMOS sensor camera with 1000TVL resolution and 155° FOV. The lens has an M8 thread, meaning that you can mount the device to your drone or quadcopter to capture footage from various angles.
A Radio Receiver is a device capable of receiving commands from a Radio Transmitter and interpreting those signals. Understanding how they work can be difficult without proper training, but there are some basics that any beginner should know about these devices before starting to fly their drone. The receiver needs to be compatible with both transmitters for communication between them to establish successfully- this means you’ll need transmitters made by the same brand as your receivers if possible!
Different frequencies also dictate whether or not two radios will work together, so make sure to check compatibility on all sides of the system (i.e., you’re working with two systems that operate at different frequency ranges).
Depending on your needs, either a 900MHz or 2.4GHz system is the right choice for you and your camera! If you’re looking to fly long distances like in cinewhoops competitions, then go with the TBS Crossfire, which has an even pricier GoPro attached- but if not, it’s just about finding what works best for you 🙂
TBS CROSSFIRE NANO RX
TBS is pushing the boundaries of long-range technology with the release of its Crossfire Nano RX. This receiver has been engineered to be smaller than any other in its class and will meet your needs whether you’re a world champion or an everyday competitor!
FrSky XM+ RC Receiver
The FrSky XM+ RC Receiver is a wireless receiver that can be used on up to 16 channels. The operating voltage range goes from 3.7-10V, and the input current will stay at [email protected] in any case. With an RSSI output onboard for analog 0~3 hours), it’s perfect for FPVs with many different power outputs or receiving antennas of varying lengths!
For firmware upgrades, this receiver has you covered as well– download the latest version through your transmitter (or USB cable) and follow instructions to upgrade its settings!
Radio Transmitter or Remote
A Drone Radio Transmitter is a device that uses radio signals to transmit commands wirelessly via a set frequency over to the receiver, which is connected to the drone being remotely controlled. In other words, it’s what translates your pilot’s commands into the movement of the multirotor. An FPV transmitter transmits channels; each channel an individual action sent through for you and your aircraft!
Roll: Moves left or right in the air, literally “rolling” up/down on a plane surface.
Pitch: Tilts forward or backward, moving front end down (pitch downward) when pitching upwards).
Yaw: Rotates around 360 degrees like spinning top while simultaneously changing altitude.
Ailerons: Flips left or right in mid-air.
Throttle: Controls engine speed.
Elevator- Used to control your height from ground level.
Rudder: Turn your multirotor to the left or right.
RadioMaster TX16S Transmitter
The RadioMaster TX16S Transmitter is a sixteen-channel radio transmitter that can control model aircraft and other devices. It has dimensions 183*212*66 mm (without batteries) with a weight of 736g, voltage DC7-8.4V from two 18650 batteries or 21700 battery packs, current 400mah without external module(s).
The device comes with an included card slot for Micro SD cards up to 32GB in size and 2x UART expansion ports capable of handling various input/output peripherals. The Touch Panel Ready feature requires an OpenTX version 2.4+.
The FLYSKY FS-i6X 10CH 2.4GHz RC Transmitter Controller is an affordable and customizable transmitter that you can use to control your drone, helicopter, or airplane! The controller features a switch for changing the frequency band, which means it’s compatible with all kinds of devices; this makes getting into radio-controlled planes easier than ever before!
Camera For Cinewhoop
The Cinewhoop is a versatile and affordable way to get started with aerial photography, but you’ll need the right camera for capturing smooth footage. Though heavier than other options, cameras like the GoPro or insta360 go 2 can easily be mounted on top of your cinewhoop fpv frame while still being light enough not to add too much weight when flying. These higher-priced models are also more durable, so they’re good investments if you plan to use them heavily in future projects!
The GoPro Hero9 Camera is a perfect addition to your drone setup. The compact design and the ability of this camera that can shoot 4k video at 60fps make it an excellent choice for recording high-quality footage, even in low light or on cloudy days where other cameras struggle with visibility.
Insta360 GO 2
The Insta360 GO 2 is the perfect camera for people who want to take awesome-looking footage from tiny drones. It weighs just 26.5 grams, and it has FlowState Stabilization, which stabilizes shots regardless of how shaky your flight might be!
This means that you’ll get smooth video no matter what kind of drone flying experience you have so far had – even if all this time you’ve been stuck with low-res or shakier clips on a Whoop drone! The best part about the camera, though? You can capture 1440p 50fps videos in super high quality while only weighing less than an ounce (26.5g)!
FPV Goggles or Monitors
FPV (First Person View) Goggles or FPV monitors allow pilots to experience flight as they would with their own eyes. These devices provide immersive video streaming that gives users an outside perspective of everything happening from their vantage point.
This is best for people who want increased awareness while flying since it eliminates blind spots like when looking out the windows on either side of aircrafts’ cockpits; however, this can also be distracting at times! In some cases, these goggles make piloting easier by putting vital information right in front of them without needing any other equipment, making controlling drones smoother than ever before.
EV800D 40CH 5.8G Diversity Goggles with DVR
The Eachine EV800D 5.8G 40CH Diversity FPV Goggles is one of the best investments for high-quality goggles for a drone hobbyist, whether they are new or intermediate pilots in this field. The 5 inch HD screen is a must-have if you’re flying outdoors and want to see what’s going on around your drone while still being able to keep an eye on it in case of unexpected obstacles or emergency landing areas nearby.
SKYZONE SKY02O FPV Goggles
The SKYZONE SKY02O FPV Goggles are the ultimate RC racing drone accessory! They have a built-in head tracker and DVR, which can be used to record your flight in HD. It has an OLED display with 5.8GHz diversity for crystal clear visuals that never blur or pixelate during long flights.
FAQs about Cinewhoops
Which cinewhoop should you buy?
There are a lot of factors to consider, like your budget and the size. In addition, there is what type of material it’s made out of, metal or plastic. Plastic can be more lightweight than metal though this will depend on which kind you get!
Where to buy a cinewhoop?
Cinewhoops have become one of the most popular sports to play and watch because they are so exhilarating. You can find them at many stores, including Amazon or even Banggood, where you will choose from different models to get exactly what is right for your needs by considering their price ranges.
Should you build a Cinewhoop drone?
Flying a Cinewhoop is an exciting way to get cinematic footage. It’s also perfect for capturing difficult or impossible shots with other drones because it can fly in tight spaces and close to obstacles. But the question is, should you build one? That depends entirely on your needs.
I would recommend the RTF cinewhoop for its ease of use and cost-effectiveness in learning if you are starting. When you gain more knowledge about flying drones, building your own Cinewhoop is an ideal next step!
I hope this article has given you some direction when buying or building your a cinewhoop.