The Rokkaku or 'Rok' for short is a design of 'ancient' Japanese origin. Nobody knows exactly how old the design is, but it is at least hundreds of years old. It is very efficient and is a favorite for lifting payloads reliably. It is a favorite for KAP because it does not require a tail for stability, has an angle of attack or AoA that is simple to adjust to get it just right for the wind and is easy to set-up.
Our Roks are often the choice of kite aerial photographers for their performance and reliability. Our 'Roks' have been used for KAP to successfully shoot archeological surveys, Myan pyramids and ruins, breaching whales, pool parties, lighthouses and more.