On December 7 of 2016, Amazon successfully delivered its first customer package in Cambridgeshire, England. After moving its aerial delivery tests from the United States to England due to the FAA’s inability to pave the way for commercial drone delivery services.
Monthly Archive: December 2016
Hubsan has released a new X4 model in the form of the H501A which joins the ranks of other H5XX drones such as the H501S and H501C. It is a lightly upgraded version of the popular H501S compact GPS drone. In fact, it also features a nearly identical body to its predecessor.
Today we take a look at a truly neat FPV racer — the Awesome Youbi XV 130. Since drone racing is now a trending topic among RC enthusiasts, why not see for yourself what people are so excited about? Thanks to products such as the XV 130, anyone can have a taste of FPV racing at a very affordable price.
Micro Racing drones are currently one of the most sought products in the drone market. Due to this demand, several companies have been releasing decent and affordable ready-to-fly models.
The Drone Racing League (DRL) recently announced a three-year licensing deal with toy industry leader and innovator — Toy State. The deal involves Toy State’s first co-branded racing toy drone — the Nikko Air. Nikko Air DRL drones will be available as early as fall of 2017, hitting retail shelves just in time of DRL’s second drone racing season which is expected to be held in the summer of next year
Thanks to new regulations brought in this fall by the FAA, facilitating drone flight for customers and companies alike, interest in drones themselves seems set to continue increasing. There is currently a rush to bring a breadth of diverse drone types to market across the world.
The market for affordable camera gimbal stabilizers has never been as exciting as it is this year. In the past, motorized camera gimbals were gadgets that only those with deep pockets could afford. That’s not the case anymore these days, as more manufacturers enter the market with highly affordable offerings.
As drone racing gains popularity, new and better racing drones are being released in the market on a regular basis. If you are a drone racing enthusiast, a beginner or even just someone curious about drone racing, you’ll be glad to know there are more micro FPV racers these days than ever before.
Following the success of DJI Phantom products, many drone manufacturers began producing affordable alternatives to the Phantom line. The main aim of such drones is to offer a powerful and easy way to control and fly aerial photography drones.