iFlight CineBee 75HD is the latest miniquad creation from iFlight. Designed to have minimum weight and spectacular performance. The design is traditional, versatile and upgradeable. The CiniBee carries a 1080p (up to 60fps) micro cam stack and recording smooth footage flying through smallest gaps and spots. If slow cruising or fast racing, the cam angle goes from 0-55 degrees with motors from 2S-3S.
When designing the CiniBee the aim was clear - to create a lightweight, durable but jellofree whoop that can shoot high-quality HD videos. We decided to use a combination of carbon, plastic and TPU to have a rigid bottom plate that doesn't oscillate, with still crash resistant abilities and integrated prop guards giving the whole frame strength. The stack is soft-mounted, the cam is soft-mounted, the motors run smooth - keep your props in a good condition, and you won't have to worry about jello!
** No Receiver/Battery included. FRSKY XM, XM+, R-XSR or Crossfire Nano all suitable **
** Cinebee has black prop guards - not white as in the image **
- Ultra-light but high performance
- Durable carbon/plastic construction
- No props or prop guards in view
- Upgradeable, versatile, futureproof
- Total Dimensions: 110x93x30mm
- Frame Wheelbase: 75mm
- Build Weight: 66.2g
- SucceX Micro 16x16 Tower 2-3S
- iFlight 1103 motors (1.5mm shaft)
- Caddx.us Turtle v2 HD FPV cam
- Gemfan 1635 40mm 3/4 blade OR HQ 1.6x1.6x4
- iFlight Prop Guards 40mm
SucceX Micro F4 Flight Tower System 16x16mm
SucceX F4 Flight Controller
-Input voltage 2-4S LIPO
-2x UART ports
-4x motor outputs
-No Blackbox FLASH
-BEC 5V 2A cont.
-Mounting holes: 16*16
-BF target : MATEKF411
SucceX Micro 12A Brushless ESC
-Input voltage : 2-4S LIPO
-Continuous current: 12A
-BEC : None
-ESC protocol: pwm, oneshot125, multishot, dshot150, 300, 600, etc.
-Mounting hole 16*16mm
SucceX Micro VTX
-Power : PIT/25/100/200mW
-Antenna interface : IPEX (UFL)
-Telemetry: IRC Tramp
-Mounting holes: 16*16mm
1x CineBee 75HD (2-3S)
1x set Gemfan 40mm props
1x set HQ micro whoop props
Tip: Grasp bell before removing props to avoid damage.