Good morning, today’s drone video is from last summer and shows a melting iceberg floating off the coast of Goose Cove in Newfoundland. As far as the news goes, we have a number of articles for you, starting with our Yuneec Breeze Giveaway that ends tomorrow. Check that one out for sure if you haven’t done so already. Then we have the latest DJI video for you. A Parrot Bluegrass Fields. Charging your drone with lasers and diamonds. Spark, the best drone below $500. Fleets of drones finding lost hikers and lots more. Grab your coffee and jump right in!
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Today’s drone video is short but sweet. It shows a melting iceberg floating in Goose Cove, Newfoundland. It was captured by Kevin Ruscher in July. It is interesting to see how so much of the top section has already melted (enough to fly a drone through), while underwater there is a massive part left. Anyways, go check it out below if you have a minute to spare.
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