Event Review – Indoor Flying in Adelaide, October 2013
ETSA Stadium once again played host to RC pilots and spectators last night at Adelaide's October 2013 indoor flying event. It was a good showing, with around 25 people in attendance (plus an additional 25 netball players who were meant to be practicing on the other court, but seemed to be distracted by the flying activity). A wide variety of RC models were on display at the event, with a great representation from increasingly-popular RC quadcopters. Several Blade mQXs were seen darting across the stadium. With their AS3X technology, they were very stable in the air and enjoyable to watch. It was also great to see a new Blade 350QX. These remote control quadcopters have been a hit and have just arrived at Modelflight. With their SAFE Technology and GoPro camera mounts, no doubt we will be seeing more of these models at future Indoor Flying events.   On Modelflight's YouTube channel, we recently added the below action video showing some of the highlights from last' night's event.  

  It was also great to see several new pilots at indoor flying last night. They were learning the ropes with their HobbyZone Champs and, by the looks of things, were steadily getting used to the controls. Hopefully we will see them again next time. Speaking of which, the next Indoor Flying event in Adelaide is on Thursday November 21 at ETSA Stadium. Book it in your diary now - it will be a fun event. Even if you are a beginner pilot, you are more than welcome to attend. Spectators are also invited to enjoy the show. As always, Modelflight will be there to report on all the action and excitement. Stay tuned to this blog post and our YouTube channel for all the latest updates. Have a great weekend everyone!