Take your drone skills to the next level with a high-speed cinematography drone
If you've already done our Drone Racing 1 course, this will take your skills to the next level. Take charge of a high-speed drone complete with recording camera to enter the world of drone cinematography.
As with our introductory course, you'll learn about drone physics, hone your skills even more on a flight simulator, learn how to maintain your drone, and build our V2.0 LED hoop. However this time, you'll build your drone from the ground-up and learn how to connect brushless motors, cameras and a flight controller.
This course is strictly for those who have done Drone Racing 1, as you'll need your transmitter, headset, and (most importantly) FPV drone flying skills. When booking this version of 'Drone Racing' you should select the 'Level 2' option on checkout.
Lean how to build and fly a cinematography drone and take home a complete kit of equipment
Get in-depth knowledge with cutting-edge drone tuning experience, and learn coding in C++
Designed by professional engineers for the perfect combination of learning and fun
As with Drone Racing 1, you'll practise flying on a realistic virtual simulator using your transmitter, and then move on to the real thing. This time, instead of a '1S' drone you'll build a '4S' model - with four times the voltage this powerful drone can go faster, tackle light wind outdoors, and most importantly, carry a miniature video camera.
The drone you'll be using is still safe, with built-in propeller guards and professional-quality 'brushless' motors, but is a great next step to move from 'Tiny Whoop' style indoor drones to more powerful 'Cinewhoop' style drones, useful for both indoor and outdoor flight.
Take everything home at the end, including your drone, camera, batteries, charger, and upgraded V2.0 LED hoop.
Getting the Real Drone
You'll then move on to the 4S Cinewhoop drone - testing your skills inside, before moving outdoors and attaching your video camera to start taking video footage.