Heads Up – The manufacturer of the iWear HD goggles has recently released a new 5.8GHz diversity FPV receiver to their line-up so we thought that it would makes sense to give our readers an overview of the Vuzix range.
Show Time – Bringing us bang up to date with his drone activities, Shaun Taylor reflects on his recent purchases, reviews and feature writing, as well as hinting at a new direction for his hobby…
Drone Lab Evolved – We put the latest Drone Lab race spec LiPos to the test, comparing the new Evolved packs against our experience with the older models.
PowerVision PowerEgg – The PowerEgg from PowerVision is unsurprisingly one of the most standout designs of drone currently available. With one-touch take off and return-to-home functions, as well as gesture recognition remote control, this is a very intuitive consumer drone.
E-flite X-Vert VTOL – Fancy a wing that has the ability to take off and land vertically? Then the X-Vert VTOL from E-flite could be exactly what you are looking for. Priced at under £200 the RTF is a great package that offers lots of fun, and has the capability or FPV if you choose to go down this route with the optional Spektrum FPV video monitor and headset.
Micro Drone 3.0 Carbon Fibre Racing Kit – There is little doubt that the Micro Drone 3.0 is a popular and very capable little machine. But now it comes in kit form complete with a carbon fibre frame meaning that it will have greater appeal to the experienced flyer, whilst remaining easy to fly for the beginner.
Eachine E50 – Targeting the selfie market, the E50 from Eachine not only takes great photos, but it flies well too. And all for around £35! But is this too good to be true?
Blade Theory XL – The XL is Blade’s biggest Theory model to date based on a stretched-X frame design and supplied as a Bin-N-Fly format complete with Spektrum transmitter. Shaun Garrity charges up some LiPos and hit the flying field as he puts the Theory to the test.