Mitch is a very talented operator who controls his machine superbly at the 2011 Orlando Heli Blowout. He starts off sharply with a knife roll, and then transitions into crazy aerobatic maneuvering. Overall performance keeps you in the edge of your seat from start to finish. If the camera was any closer to the heli, it would have hard time keeping up!
Uwe Granzow is testing his Neutral Density filters newly installed on his Canon camera. These filters allow Uwe to capture colors that are as close as possible to the real life and also give more flexibility in terms of control over motion blur among other things. The Logo 600 is therefore a perfect test subject to try to make the picture blurry with its snazzy moves.
Eitan Goldsmith plays with his new rc heli – GAUI X2. Despite GAUI X2’s small size Eitan shows that it can be just as fun as its bigger siblings such X5 or X7. The X2 demonstrates an amazing array of possibilities, such as flying backwards in an upside down fashion, pirouetting, knife rolling, and more.
Ben’s Mikado Logo 600 is set against a beautiful backdrop of clear blue sky and washed out sandy ball park. This setting makes one of the most enjoyable spectacles of rc heli aerobatics. And did I mention that when Ben controls his heli it is like watching Mozart composing a symphony – simply remarkable.