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The latest version of this frame is the AOS Cine35 EVO. It soft mounts the FPV Camera, supports ND filters with DJI O3 and fits 14-20mm FPV cams (14mm uses a 3D printed mount, STL provided below).


Versatile front and rear facing Go Pro mounting.
Quickly adjust between full-ducts/half-ducts/prop guards.
Ultra low vibration for smooth footage (even without stabilisation).
A state-of-the-art tool for Cinematic FPV.

  • Designed for 3.5 inch props, no props in view.

  • 4 mm Truss Arms

  • Up to three 25.5 or 20 mm stacks (front, center and rear)

  • One 30.5mm stack (center)

  • 32x32mm GoPro mounting holes in top plate with installed press-nuts

  • XT60 pass through top plate

  • Captive battery strap slots for lengthwise or toilet tank mounting

  • Fits 19-20mm FPV cameras including DJI O3

  • Recommended motor size 2004

  • 9x9 up to 12x12mm motor mounting

  • Standoffs, carbon and hardware included

AOS ELRS Antenna Mount

AOS M3 Go Pro Mount

AOS XT60 Mount

VTX Antenna Mount M3

M3 SMA VTX Antenna Mount

AOS EVO Camera Mounts

Cine35 Ducts

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See the key features of the frame

Key Features

Adjustable ducts

Ducts do more than just protect the props, they also create aerodynamic drag that is vital for closely following slower moving targets e.g. Skateboarders

For faster targets e.g. BMX the drag from the ducts makes it hard to keep up!

The AOS Cine35 has 3D printable modular ducts that allow the drag to be adjusted. Full ducts are ideal for slower moving targets, half ducts for faster targets and no ducts for minimal drag for the fastest shots.

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Versatile camera mounting

A Cinewhoop must be a versatile tool for capturing a range of different aerial shots.

With a fully reversible top plate and additional mounting points underneath the AOS Cine35 makes it easy to capture both forward and rear facing shots over the widest range of different camera angles.


All while making sure the frame stays out of view.


Vibration performance

Vibrations are often a cause of poor image quality with tranditional Cinewhoops. They cause blurry footage as well as wobbles and bobbles that require additional stabilisation to remove in post processing.

The structure of the AOS Cine35 minimises frame resonances to deliver exceptionally clear and smooth footage.

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Most Cinewhoops use injection moulded plastic or 3D printed prop guards. These fragile materials often deform and crack over time potentially jamming up the props and needing replacement.

The AOS Cine35 uses carbon fibre prop guards to maximise stiffness and strength while reducing weight.

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