Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Book Review: The Drone Pilot's Handbook

Graphically beautiful, information packed.

This is the perfect book for anyone how is just starting out to fly drones, or looking into getting one. The beautiful graphic designs really highlight the information that is included. I really didn't know there were so many types of flying objects. Anything from drones for photography, multi-copter drones, and also hexacopter. 

I do not own and have never flown a drone, so I am far from an expert in the field. I have looking into getting one to add to my photography. The section about cameras on drones was really helpful. Over all this was a great book to learn about this subject. 

The Drone Pilot's Handbook is written by Adam Juniper. This title was published by ILex Press. It was published on May 3rd, 2016. It is currently in paperback and ebook format. 

Goodreads Description: 

Flying multicopter drones - quadcopters, hexacopters and others like them - is one of the fastest growing hobbies in the world, with millions now enjoying the challenges of unmanned flight.

Whether you've never flown before - or if you've already experienced the fun of a toy 'copter - this book is for you. Demystifying the skills, tricks, and techniques that will turn crash-landers into expert fliers, drone expert Adam Juniper shows how to fly acrobatically, race successfully, and take amazing photos and video with drones of all kinds. Up to now thedrone community has been forced to seek knowledge from ill-edited videos and poorly translated user manuals; this book opens the skies for everyone!

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