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How to take good photos and video with your rotordrone

Wednesday, December 30th, 2015

With a ever augmenting recognition of drones and multi-rotors, aerial photography has gotten a large shot in a arm. Serious camera drones now outnumber your standard RC airplanes versed with competition cameras to get that bird’s eye view. we have been drifting several of a incomparable GPS versed quadcopters and one of a newest is […]

Traxxas Aton Camera Quad

Saturday, December 26th, 2015

From Traxxas: Aton is your personal video partner that captures overwhelming aerial footage in a approach that is easy and fun, though a need for any specialized ability or experience. Aton is sporty and smart, many drifting itself with automobile take off and simple, discerning directional control. You simply approach Aton towards your theme and […]

Drone Nearly Hits World Cup Skier

Friday, December 25th, 2015

At a World Cup in Italy final night, a camera worker crashed only behind skier Marcel Hirscher during a slalom. Race director Markus Waldner told The Associated Press that drones will be taboo “as prolonged as we am obliged …. since they are a bad thing for safety.” The unmanned drifting intent carrying a TV camera […]

British Bomber Formation Flight

Friday, December 25th, 2015

You don’t mostly see an RC Vickers Wellington during a fly-in, let alone 5 giant-scale versions of a twin bomber drifting in formation! At a new RC airshow during a East Kirby Airfield in Lincolnshire, in a UK, Pete and Dean Coxon prisoner a RC aircraft on video, observant that a gusting 25mph winds done […]

How to: Get a Stars-and-Bars right

Friday, December 25th, 2015

If we are one of many modelers who acquired an ARF-type indication of an American airplane, a possibility that a star-and-bar markings is scold is about one in 10. It’s unhappy though true. Among models built by customarily clever modelers and displayed during meets, like a Toledo Show and Joe Nall, a conditions is rather […]