There is no doubt that quadcopters, multi-rotor aircraft, and “drones” are a hot topic. From the general public to those that pilot these craft, there is a buzz around this end of the hobby. Competitive quadcopter racing with FPV-equipped camera gear is becoming the next big thing, or attempting to become the next big thing, in the world of spectator sports. No matter where you turn, you’re bound to see, read, or have heard something about this flying phenomenon.
If your interest in radio-controlled machines, even if it is a passing interest, is pointed toward the skies, turning your attention to the newly-launched #UKDroneShow magazine. This new publication, from the team at HiveMind RC (the creators of RCCar.Zone) is packed with insight and information on the latest technology, machines, and people involved in this popular aspect of R/C.
Inside Issue 1:
- An interview with the World DronePrix winner, 15 year-old BanniUK
- A look at Yuneec’s Typhoon Quadcopter
- Discover how to build your own FPV racing quad with Fossils Stuff Gravity series of multi-rotor frames
- More building insight with KC Frames KC-180 airframe
- A peek into the world of the Phantom Flight School
- Much, much more
Image credit: HiveMind RC