Axisflying Cineon C30 V2 / 3 Inch Indoor Cinewhoop / Cinematic Shooting Frame Kit Specifications and Features:
- CINEON series are born for cinematic. Axisflying Cineon C30 cinewhoop drone designs for cinematic indoor and outdoor shooting. Axisflying researched cinewhoop marketing and discussed it with some pilots. We spent some months developing different guard structures and releasing innovative quick-release guards.
- Axisflying Cineon C30 drone has very good performance, stable flying feel, low noise, and gets about 8mins flying time
- 1 min fast disassembly of the guards – New quick-release guard design
- Better wind resistance for smoother footage – C204 Motor, more torque, and power
- Provide adequate security for the whoop – High-performance 40A/F411 AIO
- No jello for more stable footage – Triangular shock-absorbing gimbal
- The strength has been improved, don’t worry about crashes – The frame is fixed with 6 customized M3-7075 standoffs
- Reducing the risk of lost drone – The drone and the frame kit is equipped with a beeper as standard
- Newly designed ducted aerodynamic layout to effectively reduce flight noise
- Independent receiver storage, convenient for binding
- Support 12mm/9mm motor mounting
- 27mm height, compatible with most VTX
- Wheelbase:138mm / Weight: 127.5g (with all TPU) / Carbon Fiber: T700 / Props: Max 3inch
- MOTORS: Axisflying C204-2910KV @6S / 3500KV @4S
- Lipos: 1050mah – 1500mah
- AIO: Over 35A / F411
- Propellers: Gemfan D76-5 props
- Flying time: 5’50” with GoPro 10 / 6′ 50″ with GoPro 8 / 7’50” with DJI Action 2
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What is a Video Transmitter?
VTX stands for video transmitter, this is the heart of the FPV life system. Pumping life into the many possibilities of FPV. VTXs come in many different shapes, sizes, strengths, and wiring setups. Strapped to the front of the quad is an FPV camera, and strapped to the head is a pair of FPV goggles. You can watch live, instantaneous footage right from the cockpit because the VTX is sending the footage received from the camera out to the goggles.
You are picking the right VTX for you. This will start with knowing if size and weight are factors for you. If you are planning to race, and only race, then you will select any VTX that is light in weight. It’s probably important that your VTX can do pit mode and channel control (depending on which one you choose). This may be a smart audio feature or the tramp protocol. Pit mode is where you will be able to set your VTX to a certain mode that allows you to power up your quad without powering up your VTX to keep you from blasting video and trampling over other racers on the track. Channel control allows you to change your frequency right from your radio for easy switching at a race, or to prepare your quads for the race the next day. Seeing that range is not so much of a factor in a race, only 25mw is allowed, and all that you need. So you can pretty much pick any when it comes to figuring out which is best for you and your power output needs.