Let’s Build an Amazing CineWhoop (BetaFPV Pavo25 review)
Unfortunately, there aren’t many DIY CineWhoop kits out there and, probably, most of you would opt for a prebuild version or to put together your own kit. BetaFPV fulfils both situations by offering the BNF version and all individual parts of the Pavo25. There are two major advantages of starting with the BetaFPV Pavo25. The first is that you’ll better understand how FPV drones work, what are the main parts, and how to maintain them. The second is that, unlike most builds, there is much less soldering to do as most of the drone parts are plug-and-play.
By definition, CineWhoops are intended to record FHD/4K aerial videos. In order to fulfil this, you will need a second camera. The ducted design makes it safer to fly around people or in tight spaces and also offers a little bit of extra stability. While 3″+ Whoops are capable to carry full-size action cameras, smaller 2-3″ drones can lift only lighter cameras that weights less than 50grams, such as…