HD FPV CineWhoop

By OxyDrift on Jun 02, 2020

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CineWhoop: DJI FPV Version:

After two builds and tear downs, I've settled upon the following gear:

Frame: Shendrones Squirt V2 DJI
Stack: NewBeeDrone Infinity200 Stack (ESC+FC)
VTX: DJI Air Unit + Camera
Motors: T-Motor F1507 2700KV Motors
RX: Crossfire Nano RX
GPS: Beitian BN220
BT: TrackR Bluetooth Dongle
Onboard 6s-5v USB-C power for Gopro (Iflight 3-6s 5v 2A BEC)
Props: Gemfan ducted 3"
Batts: Pyrodrone 1100mah Graphite 6s
Antennas: TrueRC LHCP Matchsticks



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sedwo   14 days ago  

Nice mods.
I can't tell how you re-wired the Air Unit antennas to your custom extension in the back. Have you noticed an improvement with the TrueRC Matchstick 5.8 SMA Long Antenna's?
Where is the Matek Tail Light mounted, I can't see it.
Lastly, do your trimmed ducts still have the desired effect of adding lift, or are they now simply prop guards?

I'm also thinking of testing without ducts and using a 4" prop to see if it performs.

OxyDrift   12 days ago 

The Antennas have extension SMA's that feed to the TPU. They are way too long! I haven't flown very far away or in any areas to test the matchsticks much. I don't get very low Mbps where I fly at all. I just wanted to get them over the battery. Matek light? I have a GPS unit that goes with the antenna mount. The ducts, which have undergone two more generations still provide thrust, but now the new version eliminates a considerable amount of sound as well. It flies smooth in the wind also. Would highly recommend.

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