Good morning, today we have a drone video that was shot last summer on both a DJI Phantom 4 Pro and the DJI Mavic Air. The footage is of the German and Austrian Alps in Bavaria and Tyrol. It’s a very nice video and well worth watching. Furthermore, yesterday’s headlines include a firmware update for the Phantom 4 Pro/Pro+ V2.0, an Inspire 2 with X5s camera and all possible lenses, drones replacing bees if needed, India’s drone market and more. So, grab your morning joe and jump right in!
DJI Mavic Pro
- DJI Inspire 2 with all Zenmuse X5s compatible lenses, incl. two from Panasonic
- DJI releases Phantom 4 Pro/Pro+ V2.0 firmware update – v01.00.20.00
- Drones could pollinate plants if bee population collapses
- India’s drone market expected to grow $885.7 million by 2021
- Scientists in Nepal use drones to count endangered crocodiles
- DJI’s Mavic 2 Zoom has never been cheaper on Amazon at $1,187 shipped
Today’s drone video of the German and Austrian Alps
Today’s video shows the beauty of the German and Austrian Alps in Bavaria and Tyrol. The drone footage was taken by Nicole Glass with her DJI Phantom 4 Pro and a DJI Mavic Air last summer. She listed all the locations in the description of the video. They include The Ehrenburg castle and the hanging bridge in Reutte, the Alpspitze, the Zugspitze, the Walchensee, Ehrwald, the Plansee, the Ferchensee, the Lautersee, the Eibsee lake, the Geroldsee lake, Schloss Elmau / Elmau castle, Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Wamberg. It’s a very cool video and a beautiful landscape. Be sure to check it out!
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