DJI Mavic Air – The Mavic Air is the third model in this range following the Pro and Pro Platinum. The Air positions itself between the Pro and Spark models and claims to be the, “Most portable three-axis gimbal 4K camera drone.” To find out our own thoughts, head straight to page 14
Blade Inductrix FPV + – Bigger motors, increased capacity battery, larger frame, longer propellers and a new red colour scheme, the little yellow Inductrix FPV has a new bigger brother and this red version is better than ever
Propel Star Wars – Propel has added a range of licensed Star Wars models that will appeal to the general public, collectors, newcomers to the hobby, as well as those already enjoying flying drones. Shaun Garrity has been involved with demonstrating these stunning models so who better to review the X-Wing and Tie Fighter
Blade Vortex 230 Mojo – Once again Blade has teamed up with drone racing legends ImmersionRC and the end result is the Vortex 230 Mojo FPV racer that features Spektrum technology. As a Bind-N-Fly model, we simply grabbed a Spektrum transmitter, charged up a LiPo and were up and flying in super quick time!
Rage Stinger 240 – Targeting the entry-level sector of the hobby, the Stinger sits at the top of the toy-grade sector of the drone market and is priced accordingly. That said, it does offer the pilot a great flight as we found out after putting the top of the range Stinger 240 to the test
Nuremberg Take Two – Following on from our initial review of most of the new items on show at the annual Nuremberg Toy Fair in DZ 16, in this issue we have the second instalment and more exciting items we found in Germany…
Diary of a Newbie – This issue’s column by Shaun Taylor sees him combine his love of drones and FPV flying with RC cars as he mounts a Micro Drone 3.0 FPV camera onto a number
of RC vehicles as he shows off a new direction for driving