I don’t know who is making these videos for DJI (actually, I do), but what a job these guys and girls have! Traveling all over the world to shoot the most amazing aerial footage with the latest DJI drones. This time the video production team went to Austria to show off what the Mavic 2 can do with its new features such as ActiveTrack 2.0. The subjects of the video are the beautiful, classic Porsche 550 Spyder and the Porsche prototype, the Mission-E. The latter will be called the Porsche Taycan (you can read more about that on our sister site Electrek.co). DJI latest in the Mavic series of drones captures both cars as they race up and down the Großglockner mountain pass. Definitely worth watching!
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DJI, Porsche, and the Großglockner
The Großglockner mountain pass is Austria’s highest mountain pass and can be inaccessible until late spring due to snow and ice. The road is a seemingly endless series of turns and twists that it works its way up the mountain. Many years ago, I have had the pleasure of riding my motorcycle on this road, which was an amazing ride. If you ever have the chance to experience this road yourself by bicycle, motorbike or car, I can highly recommend it.
Ok, back to DJI’s video. We have seen bits and pieces of this footage before. DJI used it during the launch of the Mavic 2 Zoom and Pro models as well as on their website to explain what ActiveTrack 2.0 can do. This time, however, the company decided to simply upload the video to YouTube to share the beauty of the cars, the scenery. And to point out, that all the aerial shots were in fact taken with the DJI Mavic 2 Zoom and Pro drones.
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Here’s what DJI had to say about it:
“The DJI Mavic 2 pushes the limits of what is possible for aerial photography. Shot on the tallest mountain in Austria, this short film captures what is possible when you see the bigger picture with the Mavic 2.”
If you have a minute, be sure to watch the video as the footage is stunning and so are the cars, the road, and the landscape.
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