Cinewhoop - Squirt V2

By Briefly Flying FPV on Sep 21, 2019

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For a while I've been looking to build a quad just to get those smooth, slow cinematic shots. Something safe to use around people and to fly inside with.
The Squirt was the answer to those needs. Build was quite easy, plenty of space for all components, tunning was a bit harder. Nurk's blog about it helped alot.
Not the best flying quad out there but gets the job done. It's quite a temperamental machine - hates wind and ground effect prop wash.
Getting used to fly such a low camera tilt took a while but was a fun process.

Here's the first gig I did with it:


Part List


Squirt V2 (18 builds)

Flight Controller

Contrôleur de vol Mamba F405 Mini MK2 + ESC Mamba F25 Power Tower


4 x T-Motor F20II 1408 3750KV


GEMFAN Squirt Props 75mm (6 builds)

FPV Camera

Caméra Foxeer Predator Micro V4 - PAD VERSION !

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro 5.8 Ghz HV Race 2 (MMCX)


Lumenier Antenne AXII Straight MMCX 5.8GHz - LHCP


TBS Crossfire Nano RX (4 builds)


Batterie Lipo Tattu 4S 850mAh 75C (XT60)
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