ADH Publishing, the team behind Racer has released Drone Zone, a special issue that covers all aspects of what is currently the fastest growing area of the RC industry.

Drones have hit the headlines recently as their popularity increases and people find a wide variety of uses for them. A key driver in the drone explosion is just how easy they are to fly. Thanks to the inherent extra stability offered by multi-rotor designs and the developments in electronic stabilisation systems, drones can be flown by almost anyone. And if they have built-in GPS they can even be programmed to fly a mission before returning home autonomously.

Another exciting development that’s being more widely used in multi-rotor drones is First Person View, often referred to as ‘FPV’. Using a built-in or mounted camera system, the pilot can fly their remotely controlled model as if they are sitting in the cockpit by watching the relayed video feed through a transmitter mounted screen or special headset device which offers a whole new dynamic way of piloting a multi-rotor model.

This special issue of Drone Zone offers expert buying advice, reviews of the latest machines and accessories, tips on where and how to fly safely, in-depth features on aerial photography and video, build tips and technical articles, as well as general features on subjects including GPS, FPV and electronic systems.

Features include:

  • New product reviews
  • Buyer’s guide to the latest models
  • Technology features on FPV and aerial photography
  • Building your own drone from scratch or a kit
  • Drone dictionary with a full list of words, acronyms and terminology
  • Plus expert tips on drone do’s and don’ts, safety advice, staying within the law, setting up and how to fly

With all this focused content and more, Drone Zone is a must buy special for all UAV, drone, quad and multi-rotor enthusiasts, and you can order a copy simply by clicking here.

Source: ADH Publishing

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