I work in IT as a developer and this flows through to my love of the tech side of this hobby. With that said, I prefer the same approach we use at work – never use version 1 gear as it will almost certainly be buggy. Thus, the gear I use tends to be slightly older but definitely proven as reliable. There are times when I try new gear and it seems that when I do, problems come with it 😉
Its hard to nail down what kind of flying I prefer, as I really do enjoy getting out to the park and chasing the others guys around a course, but I also do enjoy just getting out there and doing some freestyle from time to time. Continue reading “Steve “DoubleQuad” Winnard”
Software Developer in the Microsoft stack, coming form an old school “overclocking” background…and I am the same with my quads! I love pushing the tech to it’s limits, testing, revising, researching new techs and implementing them to see how she flies.
I haven’t been in the scene for too long…since June 2016, but I am already pretty passionate about the sport (Just ask my wife…I say “passionate”, she says “obsessed!”).
This is what I fly:
Continue reading “Brian “Flyin’B” Bullas”
Electronics, It & Multirotor enthusiast. As much as I love flying I seem to spend more time tinkering and pushing the limits of my quadcopter but that’s half the fun though. Often you’ll find my possibly outdated FC being pushed to the limit running the latest daily alpha builds Betaflight to test out new features.
I built a lap timer a while back that works brilliantly considering it cost under $200 to build including the 8 transponders I made. Due to constant tinkering and updating it hasn’t had a lot of use yet.
I love to race with the guys but often get bored after a couple of laps and just end up doing freestyle.
Currently I fly:
Continue reading “Liam “Quad_LAGZ” Goodrick”