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    CineTank Mk2

    New CineTank Mk2

    Taken everything we've learned from the CineTank MK1. We are happy to introduce our new line of medium size Quadcopter frames the CineTank MK2. This new release has over 20 new improvements to the original MK1 and its perfect for aerobatics as well as Aerial Photography.

    CineTank MK2 new features include:

    • New open bottom dirty plate (gives you faster and easier access to your electronics)
    • New X brace top dirty plate
    • New placement for silicon dampers, 3 on each corner, 2 addtional on front and back
    • Total of 16 silicon dampers to allow tuning for different conditions and weights
    • Additional space between silicon dampers
    • Optional hole patterns for Flight controls and PDB
    • New side plate design with Flying Cinema logo
    • Optional Flight control/ PDB screw holes on dirty section.
    • New side plates with FlyingCinema logo
    • Removable bottom access hatch with provisions for 500 size heli landing gear
    • New plastic mount molded parts
    • New clean section, extended 10 mm forward to better support 12 inch props and gimbal
    • 6 new slots for velcro straps, 2 horizontal and 4 vertical
    • Additional side plate indents for screw clearance
    • Optional standoff placements for additonal reinforcement
    • Overall weight of complete frame reduced by 24gr
    • New gimbal adapter slots
    • New dipole UHF antenna place holder
    • New SMA antenna socket


    Original Features:

    • 423mm and 514mm diagonal Motor-to-motor.
    • 8" to 12" Props.
    • Jello Free.
    • No props in view even with GoPro Wide settings.
    • Carbon Fiber Arms that provide better aerodynamics and vibration dampening.
    • G10 frame with honeycomb design to add strength and drastically reduce weight, also RF transparent for better range.
    • All hardware is hex M3 stainless steel, only one tool needed to assemble the frame.
    • Wera hex driver included with every frame kit.
    • Flight controller mounting holes to support cc3d, Revo, Naze32, KK2, ArduPilot, etc.
    • Motor Mounts support inverted motors for X8-Octocopter layout.
    • The dirty section (bottom) has walls to increase strength and torsional rigidity of the copter and also protects your ESCs and other electronics.
    • Camera plate adjust fore and aft to change CoG and help you balance your craft.
    • Wires from motors can be routed via the carbon fiber tubes to protect them in the event of a crash.
    • The motor mounts are designed to protect the motors and the motor wires in the event of a crash.
    • Low profile landing gear pads.
    • The quad frame is manufactured in-house in the USA!


    Documentation

    Download the BoM and Manual (Drawings and Diagrams MK2 and MK2-L folder)
    3d Model and eDrawings Viewer

    Recommended Power System MK2

    SunnySky X2216 1250kv, 1100kv, 980kv or Tiger MT2216 1100kv, 980kv
    SimonK Flashed F30a, Afro ESC 30Amp, FlyingCinema Power Pack 30A
    4s 3300 for sport flying
    4s 4000 for endurance
    3s 5000 for just fun

    Recommended Power System MK2-L

    SunnySky V3508 750kv, 580kv, 380kv or Tiger MN3508 750kv, 580kv, 380kv
    SimonK Flashed F30a 4S, Afro ESC 30Amp4S, FlyingCinema Power Pack 30A 4S, Castle creations Quad Pack 6S,
    4s and 6s configurations

    Available at:

    helidirect.com
    multirotorsuperstore.com
    readymaderc.com
    multirotorgear.com - Australia
    pitchpump.de - Germany
    305drones.com
    flitefpv.com - UK




    Cinetank MK2


    Cinetank MK2-L with Gimbal

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    Great stuff David, congrats!!

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    I like many of those changes. Really helpful for people on the heavier side with big batts, cameras, lots of electronics.

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    Many great changes! My favorite change is the one to the bottom dirty-frame plate that allows for access to the ESCs without dismantling the whole dirty frame. That's great stuff when you have some electronics issues you're trying to sort out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    Many great changes! My favorite change is the one to the bottom dirty-frame plate that allows for access to the ESCs without dismantling the whole dirty frame. That's great stuff when you have some electronics issues you're trying to sort out.
    My fav too!

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    Love the Crysis 2 music in the video!

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    Wow, can't believe you caught that. Good one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leviathan View Post
    Wow, can't believe you caught that. Good one
    ...says the genius behind the video

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