After the very popular 3-inch Cinematic EVA bumper BumbleBee and Green Hornet CineWhoop series release, iFlight continue to strive to increase performance by coming up with their master Protek series. The Protek CineWhoop has a longer flight experience and weighs less than the previous cinewhoops!
iFlight was able to increase the speed and thrust by 50% compared to its 3-inch predecessor which gives a lot more room for a lot more fun; as a result, the ProTek35 is equipped with the Butter Smooth 2203.5 3600KV Motors. It also features the RaceCam R1 FPV Camera, Beast F7 AIO, 55A 2-6S ESC, 5.8GHz SucceX Mini 600mW VTX, Nazgul 3535 propellers, and more!
No Props or frame in view!
High-performance True-AIO Board Beast Whoop F7 AIO 55A to save weight and space
T700 Quality Carbon (40% more tensile strength compared to common 3K carbon)
Lightweight one-piece frame design (Less flexibility, more Rigid, more Durable)
Low Resonance frame construction (Less Jello, more Cinematic footage)
RaceCam R1 Mini FPV Camera 19*19
Butter smooth 2203.5 3600KV (4S)
Pre-tuned with smooth freestyle settings
Product Name：ProTek35 6S Analog
AIO: BLITZ Whoop F7 AIO
Video Transmission: SucceX Mini 600mW VTX
Frame: 135mm wheelbase
Motor: XING 2203.5 motors
Prop: Nazgul 3535 propellers
Takeoff Weight：Approx. 150 g
Dimensions (L×W×H)：143×158×30 mm
Diagonal Distance：120 mm
Max Speed：70 Km/h (Manual Mode)
Maximum Takeoff Altitude：500 m
Max Hover Time：Approx. 8 mins
Max Flight Distance：3 km
Max Wind Speed Resistance：70 Km/H (Level 4)
Operating Temperature Range：-10° to 40° C (14° to 104° F)
Antennas: 1 Antenna
1 x ProTek35 6S analog BNF
1 x Battery pad
1 x 3.5 inch prop
1 x Battery strap
Don't worry about tuning, we did that for you already! A basic PID- and Filter tuning was applied for a great flight experience!
To restore lost tunes or updates, please check our linked article on "Firmware/Factory Dumps"
Angle-Mode (self balancing level mode) is enabled by default to make sure your first flight doesn't end in a mess!
Please check our linked article on "How to disable Angle-Mode, activate Acro-Mode"