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GEPRC CinePro

  • Category

    Hobby

  • Release Date

    2019

  • Max. Flight Time

    4 min

Description
The GEPRC CinePro is a lightweight, compact, and durable drone that will offer you the best 4K video resolution on the market. The CinePro can fly for up to 4 minutes with a 650mAh battery, which means you'll have plenty of time to capture footage at your event or shoot. This is a must-have for any professional videographer looking to get the highest quality footage possible.
Specification
Features
LED Lights?
YES
WIFI?
YES
Propeller Guards?
YES
Performance
Max. Flight Time
4 min
Size

Dimensions of the drone come in at 300 × 200 × 100 mm.

Weight
150 g
Dimensions
300 × 200 × 100 mm
Camera
4k Camera?
YES
Video Resolution
4K
Video Framerate
30 fps
Overview

The GEPRC CinePro is a Multirotors drone that was released by GEPRC in 2019.

The battery capacity inside is 650 mAh.

Type
Multirotors
Category
Hobby
Brand
GEPRC
Release Date
2019
Battery Capacity (mAH)
650 mAh
Rotor Count
4
Reviews of the GEPRC CinePro
Review, complete setup, flight footage
georgi-yanev.com
If you want a quad that’s closer to a freestyle/racer type of a drone, I’d hold my horses on that one. That’s not to say that the CinePro is slow or anything, it’s plenty fast, but it should not be compared to freestyle or racing drones as it is designed for a fundamentally different thing and it does that exceptionally well. This is truly a cinewhoop in the best possible meaning of the word and a top of the line cinewhoop too. I’d wrap it up saying that the GEPRC CinePro 4k is one of the easiest ways to get into high-quality 4K cinewhooping.
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GEPRC CinePro 4K HD 3-4S FPV Racing Drone Review: With Advanced Version PNP/BNF F722 FC DUAL Gyro
igeekphone.com
CinePro 4K can accomplish some tasks that traditional aerial photographic aircraft can not do. It is lightweight, compact and capable of recording [email protected] video with excellent quality and moving colors.
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