Good morning, have a look at this video that was shot with a DJI Inspire 2 and Zenmuse X7 camera. It’s titled “Headwater” and shows the rugged and beautiful Colorado landscape. The maker of this short film is looking for constructive feedback so if you have any advice be sure to share it with him.
As far as headlines go, we have news for you about the autonomous passenger drone, Cora. Avitas Systems that receives the first-ever FAA approval to fly a drone with a radar but without a spotter. The Austrian company Drone Rescue that introduced their drone parachute system. And Dezeen’s drone documentary ‘Elevation’ winning two Lovie Awards. Grab your coffee and jump right in!
- Dezeen’s drone documentary ‘Elevation’ receives two accolades at Lovie Awards 2018
- Austrian company Drone Rescue introduces new parachutes for drones
- Avitas Systems receives first ever FAA approval to fly a drone with radar and without a spotter
- Zephyr Airworks (Cora taxi drone) partners with Air New Zealand
- SimActive Releases Version 8.0 with 3D Modeling
Shot with a DJI Inspire 2 / Zenmuse X7 combo
“Waters from the Cache La Poudre River in Colorado make their way to the Mississippi River and eventually the Gulf of Mexico. Born high in the Rocky Mountains, the river cuts through earth and rock as it makes its way home.”
On Facebook Ben asked for constructive feedback on his video, so if you have any tips or advice be sure to share them with him.
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