iFlight just reported another miniature CineWhoop arrangement. While the Protek25 accompanies 2.5″ propellers and can be furnished with an Insta360 GO camera or bare GoPro, the bigger Protek35 with 3.5″ edges and can convey a full-size GoPro camera. The two variants can be pre-requested from Banggood.
iFlight has made a lot of cinewhoop, one of their most exciting quadcopters is the iFlight BumbleBee. The more modest Flight Protek25 comes in 5.8G simple and HD advanced forms. The two variations highlight a similar SucceX-D Whoop V3.0 flight controller with incorporated 2A ESC and XING 1404 5500KV engines. Simple form comes introduced with Caddx.us Turbo EOS V2 camera and SucceX Micro Force 5.8GHz 300mW VTX. The iFlight Protek25 computerized has an installed DJI FPV camera and Caddx Vista HD transmitter.
- Board Beast Whoop F7 AIO 45A
- Motor: XING 2203.5 3600KV (4S)
- Wheelbase: 151mm
- Body Size: 118*94.5mmmm
- Bottom plate thickness: 3.5mm
- Top plate thickness: 2mm
- Top and bottom plate spacing: 20mm (aluminum standoff height)
- Propeller size: 3.5 inch
- FC pattern: 25.5*25.5mm / 20*20mmmm
- FPV cam spacing: 20mm
- Weight: 348.3g (without battery)
What’s in the box?
The box includes only the iFlight BNF ProTek35 HS 3.5″ Cinewhoop with a DJI Air Unit.
Design and Build
One of the best things about the iFlight ProTek35 4S is the updated propeller guard that not just looks better but also works better. But even if you manage to bread the prop guard, the piece is replaceable so it’s not a problem.
The drone has some really powerful motors and it’s capable of flying at around 120 km/h. The drone is meant for professional users, but if someone with less puts his hands on the drone, then it’s advised to use it at a lower speed only. Also, the motors are so high quality that it makes less noise than the others.
Due to the strong motors and practical build, the drone gives us a really great user experience. All the turns are pretty precise and you’ll have no trouble flying through small gaps. Also, it can do some freestyle tricks as well like flips. But there is no preset button for such tricks, you have to operate it fully manually.
The more remarkable iFlight Protek 35 accompanies two force choices. While the 4S release has XING 2203.5 3600KV engines, the 6S XING 2203.5 2700KV ones. Both are worked around the first-rate iFlight Beast F7 flight controller and DJI FPV Air Unit. Both 4s (1550mAh) and 6s (1300mAh) renditions can accomplish around 9-10 minutes of flight time and 6-7 minutes with a GoPro on top.
But the flight time is really depending on your flight style and whether or not you’re using an action camera on the top.
The drone has the possibility to connect to FPV goggles that work really well and shows everything clearly and in real-time. But other than this, all the footage you take is depending on the camera you’re placing on the drone because the onboard camera can’t record footage in good quality.