Similar to iFlight, GEPRC is also planing to release their own 4K enabled micro brushless Whoop. Featuring dual-lens Caddx Tarsier camera, the GEPRC CinePro 4K is capable to record Ultra HD videos on-board while it provides ultra-low latency.
The CinePro 4K quadcopter will be offered by GepRC in two variants. While the “Basic” edition comes with STABLE V2 F405 flight controller and 30A ESC, the more powerful “Advanced” is paired with the STABLE PRO F722 DUAL Gyro flight controller and 35A ESC. Both will be available in BNF and PNP versions. You can opt for FrSky R-XSR or XM+ radio receiver.
Thanks to the large Whoop alike blade protectors, it can be used for outdoor as well as for indoor flights.
GEPRC CinePro 4K core features
- GEP-CX2 carbon fiver frame kit (including Whoop alike blade guards);
- STABLE PRO F7 or STABLE V2 F405 flight controller (Advanced/Basic);
- 35A or 30A speed controller (Advanced/Basic);
- GEP-GR1105 5000KV brushless motors;
- 2 inch 4-blade propellers (DalProp Q2035 or EMAX AVAN 2″);
- Dual-lens 1200TVL/4K FPV camera;
- On-board 4K@30fps, 2.7K@60fps, 1080P@90fps video recording;
- 5.8G/48CH video transmitter (0/25/100/200/400/500mW VTX power);
- Tail lights for eye-catching night flights;
- 4S LIPO battery compatible (450-650mAh recommended).
While the upcoming iFlight Cinebee 4K drone is 2s/3s LIPO rated, this GEPRC CinePro 4K claims to be 4s LIPO compatible. Taking into considerations that is equipped with high efficiency GEP-GR1105 5000KV motors, I’m expecting some insane top speed. According to the advertised specs, with a 4S/650mAh battery you can have about 4 minutes of flight time.