New to FPV? Check out BETAFPV’s Pavo25 CineWhoop-style drone

betafpv pavo25 cinewhoop fpv drone for beginners

BETAFPV, a leading manufacturer of small but powerful FPV drones, has released a new 2.5-inch Pusher CineWhoop: Pavo25. And it’s got many exciting things that make it beginner-friendly – including the fact that you require only six screws to assemble the whoop duct and the drone.

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Leak shows DJI FPV Goggles for rumored Avata CineWhoop drone

A photo of the DJI FPV goggles for the rumored Avata drone has leaked online. The CineWhoop-style drone is expected to release in July.

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DJI Avata leaked photos provide first look at indoor FPV drone

DJI, the world’s top drone maker, has suffered yet another leak. Actual photos of the DJI Avata FPV drone have surfaced online, fanning speculation that the rumored CineWhoop product may just see a summer launch.

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DJI Avata: A new CineWhoop drone for cinematic FPV shots?

The official announcement for Mini 3 Pro drone is barely out of the way, and the DJI leaker community has already dug up a new rumored product worthy of our attention! We’ve long suspected that DJI is working on a new, mini version of its popular FPV drone. Turns out, it might be styled like a CineWhoop, capable of flying indoors, and go by the name Avata.

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GoPro Hero10 Bones: New High Definition Action Camera for small Cinema/FPV Drones

A brand new camera for FPV Drones from GoPro is about to hit the market. Called the Hero10 Black “Bones,” I was lucky enough to get an early production unit from GoPro for review. The short of it is that you get the same video quality of a GoPro 10 at a third of the weight – and at the same price! You don’t get the dual LCD screens or waterproofing, but the weight savings more than make up for it.

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CineWhoop fly-thrus are becoming a business

This is a two-fold post. First, we wanted to point out an excellent CineWhoop fly-through that caught our attention on Instagram (along with an interview with the pilot). Second, we wanted to identify what’s becoming an increasing business trend in the world of drones.

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