Quadlabs Siccario FPV Cinelifter

Siccario FPV Cinelifter

Quadlabs have Introduced the most versatile and dynamic Cinelifter on the market for professional Cinematic First Person View (FPV). Conceived and perfected on set by Gabriel Kocher and Andy Shen. The Siccario (Sicc) X8 puts the payload, your camera, at the heart of the drone to minimize rotational inertia, thus producing exceptionally smooth and stable flight. Siccario is the first platform of its kind to give the camera the attention it needs as well as placement and adjustable angles that are uncompromised by the needs of the platform that carries it.  Throwing traditional design practices aside the specially designed “Arching Arm Design” and x8 motor configuration provides redundancy in a lightweight design, with a compact wheelbase smaller than any other Cinelifter platform currently available.

Features:

  • Designed and tuned around the Zcam and Red Komodo Cameras to afford you the dynamic versatility of the latest in compact S35 or full-frame bodies and lens combinations
  • X8 Design allows for stable but powerful thrust delivery to create shots with a smooth and steady transition from low speed to over 100Km/h (depending on loadout) capturing every immersive moment with production quality needed for high-end cinematic content
  • Adjustable camera mounting from -20° to 40° (-18° for Komodo)
  • Custom camera (Cheese Plate) mounting plate and dampeners designed and tested by Gab and Andy for the best overall performance with any box format camera and stabilization method including optimization for SteadXP
  • 6s powered, making the sourcing and travelling with or shipping of battery packs less of a hassle and OPTIONAL Thunder Power Batteries built and shipped directly from the factory ensure you always have the power you need
  • Single battery design unifying your need from one power source using an XT90-AS connector
  • Versatile prop combinations from 7″ Bi-blade to combinations of Tri-Blades and Bi-Blades up to 8″ can be used for dynamic versatility
  • 3-6  minutes of flight time depending on payload and battery combination (3300-4000mah 6s recommended with Zcam and Komodo)
  • Capable of carrying for payloads from 1-2kg (2-4.5#) recommended and optimized for 1.5kg
  • Optional hardware and configurable accessories to control and power cameras
  • DJI Digital FPV System to ensure the best optics and ensuring you get the shot without compromise
  • Completely assembled, tested, and tuned (in the USA) for Zcam and Komodo with custom tuning sessions by UAV Tech available for various load-outs and environments
  • Refresh Services (FREE LABOR on Repairs and/or Upgrades) gets you back in the air or an upgrade and repair and you pay for only shipping plus parts OPTIONAL
  • Hard Shell Drone Case OPTIONAL 

Specs:

Drone Voltage-6s (25v)

Prop Size-7” (8” can be used in certain load outs)

Motor- 2806.5 1300kv

ESC- Dual 4 Channel 60amp ESCs

Video Transmitter- DJI Digital FPV

Receiver- Optional Crossfire or DJI SBus

Battery Plug- XT90-AS

Flight Controller- F7 Dual Gyro Betaflight Custom Tuned and Setup

Weight-900g (Drone Only)

***Production is expected to begin Late September 2020 and ship Mid-Late October 2020 in the order of units secured by this preorder.  The first batch is a limited production run that will increase with the demand to ensure shipping times are not extended as units are sold.

Base BNF Siccario:

X8 SiccarioDrone with 1 set of Props

1x Mounting plate for Zcam or Komodo (Selectable)

DJI or TBS Diversity Nano Receiver (Selectable)

UltraPower UP6 Charger (with XT90 Adapters)

Base RTF Siccario:

X8 Siccario Drone with 1 set of Props

1x Mounting plate for Zcam or Komodo (Selectable)

DJI or TBS Diversity Nano Receiver (Selectable)

DJI Goggles and Radio (DJI or TBS Tango 2 Radio System Selectable)

Goggle Battery (2000mah 4s)

***THIS IS A RESERVATION FOR PRODUCTION UNITS THAT WILL SHIP IN THE ORDER THEY ARE RECEIVED BEGINNING LATE OCTOBER 2020***

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