The "cinewhoop" phenomenon represents the confluence of two trends in first person view (FPV) flight: the increasingly cinematic content being created by FPV racing quads and the advent of very small drones such as the Horizon Hobby Blade Inductrix and its Tiny Whoop offspring which can safely be flown in indoor and other environments not conducive to high-speed mini drone flight. While larger cinewhoop platforms are capable of carrying small GoPro cameras, others have on-board HD cameras which combine FPV flight camera functions and high definition video recording. By virtue of smaller size, lower flying speed, and (in most cases) ducted propellers, cinewhoop drones have opened up entirely new avenues for video content by talented FPV pilots, who can now create FPV videos of museums, weddings, and even real estate promotional videos. See what we mean in this collection of some of the best cinewhoop videos to be found on AirVuz. Photo: "Cinewhoop" by AirVuz contributor and FPV pilot Hella Copter.
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