Diary of a Newbie – This issue sees Shaun Taylor take the big step onto building his own quad and the challenge that it offers.
PirateEye 2 – Drone Zone tests the latest FPV monocle glasses that offer something a little different to the usual goggle set-up.
Cambridge UAV Academy – Shaun Garrity takes his first steps into attaining a commercial qualification as we team up with the highly respected Alan Perrin and the Cambridge UAV Academy.
Through the Lens – This issue sees the stunning Kyosho Drone Racer in action across the centre spread of the magazine.
Thomas Greer Interview – As the FPV racing scene continues to grow, so is the need for rules and a regulatory body. The British First Person View Racing Association is headed up by Thomas Greer so who better to speak to and find out what is happening with the BFPVRA.
RaGG-e WBX 5 – Carbon fibre continues to be the perceived best material for high-performance, but RaGG-e have a very different theory with their HDPE frames. Following on from our 200H review, we now get our hands on the WBX 5.
Kyosho Drone Racer – The Kyosho Drone Racer certainly stands out from the crowd with its distinctive looks and the Japanese brand offers a very different solution to learning to fl y as we found out.
Blade Theory Type W
As flying wings continue to gain interest due to long flight times and high speeds, we got our hands on the latest model from Horizon Hobby called the Theory Type W that is made from Z-Foam that combines FPV racing and high-performance.
DJI Phantom 4 Pro – The Phantom shape is synonymous with drones and whilst the silhouette may appear not to change, the names and spec does. Tom Stacey gets to fly the latest Phantom 4 in Pro guise and tests the new features.