• Description

A New Cinewhoop Design Philosophy

To date, many ducted cinewhoop frames have been needlessly heavy. Additionally, existing light cinewhoop frames don’t have guarded props for flying around softer targets. Heavy frames leave you with very little room for adaptability to use the frame for your shoots whether it be increased payload capacity or the option for larger batteries. We at NewBeeDrone worked to change that.

The CinemAh Frame - The Most Versatile Cinewhoop Frame

The CinemAh frame is NewBeeDrone’s response to the need for a lighter and more versatile cinewhoop frame to carry a full GoPro. The CinemAh has a unique all-carbon fiber frame structure that allows for easy access to electronics while providing maximum structural strength.

The GoPro Mount (Not Included)

The NewBeeDrone CinemAh cinewhoop TPU GoPro 8 and 9 mounts allow for 4 built-in angles for quick-snap adjustment from 0 deg to 22.5 deg. The capture cam mounts are 2xM2 mounting holes set 20mm apart allowing the community to design any mounting solution for any HD capture cam option. 

Other 3D Printed Accessories (Not Included)

Check out our complete collection of 3D printed accessories for the Cinemah! We've got snap in ducts, lightweight battery straps, and protective duct coverings in addition to action camera mounts.

 

Electronics Mounting:

  • 2 sets of 1x1inch mounting locations
  • Front 20x20 location has M3 mounting for a flight controller and ESC stack.
  • Rear 20x20 location has M2 mounting for Caddx Vista – with rear antenna mount.
  • Camera mounting – single and double screw camera mounting options.
  • Note: The frame does not fit an air unit.

Motor Mounting: 12mm diameter, 4-hole pattern

  • Suggested Motors: 14xx – 20xx

Propeller size:

  • 3inch or 76mm propeller 

Weight: 

  • 78g with Adjustable GoPro Hero8 mount and motor screws
  • 68g without GoPro Hero 8 mount 
  • Downloadable 3D printed TPU snap-in ducts (x4) weigh 24g total – 6g each duct

Included in the CinemAh Frame Package

  • 1x Set of Carbon Fiber Parts
  • 1x Set of Hardware

Recommended Parts:

If you need 3D prints, get them here! 

3D Printed Parts Files

Link to manual.

Description

A New Cinewhoop Design Philosophy

To date, many ducted cinewhoop frames have been needlessly heavy. Additionally, existing light cinewhoop frames don’t have guarded props for flying around softer targets. Heavy frames leave you with very little room for adaptability to use the frame for your shoots whether it be increased payload capacity or the option for larger batteries. We at NewBeeDrone worked to change that.

The CinemAh Frame - The Most Versatile Cinewhoop Frame

The CinemAh frame is NewBeeDrone’s response to the need for a lighter and more versatile cinewhoop frame to carry a full GoPro. The CinemAh has a unique all-carbon fiber frame structure that allows for easy access to electronics while providing maximum structural strength.

The GoPro Mount (Not Included)

The NewBeeDrone CinemAh cinewhoop TPU GoPro 8 and 9 mounts allow for 4 built-in angles for quick-snap adjustment from 0 deg to 22.5 deg. The capture cam mounts are 2xM2 mounting holes set 20mm apart allowing the community to design any mounting solution for any HD capture cam option. 

Other 3D Printed Accessories (Not Included)

Check out our complete collection of 3D printed accessories for the Cinemah! We've got snap in ducts, lightweight battery straps, and protective duct coverings in addition to action camera mounts.

 

Electronics Mounting:

  • 2 sets of 1x1inch mounting locations
  • Front 20x20 location has M3 mounting for a flight controller and ESC stack.
  • Rear 20x20 location has M2 mounting for Caddx Vista – with rear antenna mount.
  • Camera mounting – single and double screw camera mounting options.
  • Note: The frame does not fit an air unit.

Motor Mounting: 12mm diameter, 4-hole pattern

  • Suggested Motors: 14xx – 20xx

Propeller size:

  • 3inch or 76mm propeller 

Weight: 

  • 78g with Adjustable GoPro Hero8 mount and motor screws
  • 68g without GoPro Hero 8 mount 
  • Downloadable 3D printed TPU snap-in ducts (x4) weigh 24g total – 6g each duct

Included in the CinemAh Frame Package

  • 1x Set of Carbon Fiber Parts
  • 1x Set of Hardware

Recommended Parts:

If you need 3D prints, get them here! 

3D Printed Parts Files

Link to manual.

Customer Reviews

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brett spires
Good quality!

My first experience with newbeedrone
Frame went together surprisingly good for the complex design
Looks awesome!

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J.A.I.I.
Great + some tips!

The frame is well designed and it flies great with no tuning. Only downside for me is no good location for immortal T antenna. I suspect there will be a 3d print for this later on.

Tip for assembly:
1:Mount screws and nut together through main frame before you insert the other carbon parts. They will slot in a lot easier then.
2: Use silicone dampers between frame and stack if you use 20x20 stack. There is m3 hole for this, 20x20 stack use m2.
3: Get the battery net, and use the same size battery every time. Then it is easy to use cause you dont have to pull out every corner of the net.
4: Enjoy!

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Martin
Awesome Cinewhoop

This frame is a pain in the butt to build but it’s very cleverly designed. Light, stiff enough and spacious. The CinemaH flies very well, more agile with more light freestyle capabilities than other Cinewhoops. It’s actually really fun to fly it!

The only downside for me is that it’s basically impossible to use a regular battery strap on a sensible location. You can 3D print battery nets from NewBeeDrone, they work but not as well as a strap and are more cumbersome to use.

I will very likely build a second one.

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Broderick Sam
Great but...

First off the price is pretty crazy for this but there are so many pieces and designing must have not been fun.

The assembly was very annoying. If this is one of your first builds I am not sure you would want to build again. I was cursing the whole time and I have built 20+ quads from mm sized props up to 10 inch and everything in between and this was hands down the most tricky.

Tuning was easy and it flies amazing with this pretty innovative design, not your average cinewhoop.

I went with flatter 2004 motors on 6s (props stuck out above guards with 1508)

Pros:
Flies great
Tunes easy
Very light
Quieter than a squirt
Easy to work on
Free 3D files for accessories

Cons:
Expensive
PAIN to assemble, like really bad do not want to do again

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John Heneghan
To much $$$$$

This price is ridiculous for a frame.