Good morning, we’re back on to our normal schedule. Last week was a very busy week with DJI AirWorks. We will still be posting content related to that event today and tomorrow so stay tuned. Here are the headlines you may have missed from last week with a lot of AirWorks related news. Our video for today is from the hands of DroneDJ contributor, Gab707 who shows that FPV racing drones can also be very effective tools to capture mind-blowing aerial footage. So, grab your coffee and jump right into this FPV racing drone video!
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- DJI response to Matrice 200 drones falling out of the sky
- DJI AirWorks 2018, hardware, software and partnerships – Part II
- DJI AirWorks 2018, hardware, software and partnerships – Part I
- DroneDJ: Best Drones for November 2018
Today’s FPV racing drone video
Today’s video was shot by DroneDJ contributor Gab707. The video was taken two years ago but that doesn’t matter. It is videos like these that show a whole new side of what FPV racing drones can do and the kind of amazing footage that can help capture if you know what you’re doing! Gab707 had this to say about the video:
“Gosh this was filmed almost 2 years ago! I’ve been so busy in the past few years, it’s only now that I have the time to bring these videos out! This was actually the maiden flight of this machine, I was out there for a shoot, and used the end of my battery to quickly fly up this peak. Good times!”
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