Good morning, today’s drone video was shot on a Yuneec Typhoon H Pro showing the beautiful shoreline of Paredes de Vitória, in Portugal. The video was shot over two days, using only two batteries in a total of four flights. And the result, as you can see in the video below, is quite stunning. Be sure to check it out.
Furthermore, we have a new product from DJI that was almost a surprise launch. During the European Drone Summit in Frankfurt, Germany, the Chinese drone maker introduced the DJI Phantom 4 RTK aimed at the commercial drone market. Lastly, we have news about a man who pleaded ignorance four times (!) for flying his drones in restricted airspace close to a Canadian Airport.
DJI Mavic Pro
- DJI launches Phantom 4 RTK during European Drone Summit in Frankfurt, Germany
- Man pleads ignorance four times for flying Phantom 4 illegally in Yellowknife airspace
Today’s video was shot with a Yuneec Typhoon H Pro
Miguel Costa, a freelance aerial photographer and DroneDJ reader, submitted this video to us. It shows the beauty of the shoreline in Portugal at the town of Paredes de Vitória. Miguel tells us that he is:
I’m a freelance photographer, relatively new to the drone filming passion. Since I’m also a landscape photographer, I like to capture the beauty of the beaches and the ocean, always trying to capture the best light of the places around me.
The video was shot in two days using only two batteries, meaning that he only had two 16 minute flights each day. It is a great video with beautiful scenery against a setting sun and it is nice to know it was shot with something else than a DJI product for a chance.
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