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  • Tatry trochu inak 🙃⛰ z Poľska
  • Tatry trochu inak 🙃⛰ z Poľska
  • 12 1 9 hours ago
  • 📷: @charlotteanthonissen Always look at things from another perspective💫 Awesome shot, great colours 🤘🏼
  • 📷: @charlotteanthonissen Always look at things from another perspective💫 Awesome shot, great colours 🤘🏼
  • 11 1 9 hours ago
  • Downtown Phoenix views with the drone 👁 👁 
If you like Mexican food you’ve gotta’ visit this city. I can honestly say I hands down had the best burrito I’ve ever had in my life here 🤤
  • Downtown Phoenix views with the drone 👁 👁
    If you like Mexican food you’ve gotta’ visit this city. I can honestly say I hands down had the best burrito I’ve ever had in my life here 🤤
  • 35 1 10 hours ago
  • Kia Summer Sales Event is going on now!☀️
  • Kia Summer Sales Event is going on now!☀️
  • 6 1 10 hours ago
  • video has surfaced showing a drone loaded with fireworks raining hellfire on a supposed “party” in Brazil, sending “revelers” scattering. It may be fake, but that doesn’t make it any less epic (and, possibly, dangerous). The video has spread quickly on social media. Its backstory is that a neighbor – who was annoyed by the noise of an open-air, late-night bash – sent a drone, armed to the propeller blades with fireworks, to chase away the revelers.

The video, set to a jolly tune, shows a flying drone strafe a group of people with a barrage of fireworks, seemingly scaring them off.

If the display seems too dramatic to be true, that's because it is indeed a hoax – at least the angry neighbor part. It was published by Brazilian social media influencer Lucas Albert on his Instagram account on Monday, and has since racked up over 740,000 views. The original post goes with the caption: “My friends had a barbecue on the street and they did not invite me. Look at what I did to them.” As the video was picked up by Brazilian and international media, Albert confirmed it was “fake news.” In a series of Instagram stories, he said he was just joking around with his friends. It remains unclear if any of the “stuntmen” were injured during filming – if anything, it looks like a close call.
Source : rt.com
#drones #drone #dronestagram #dji #dronephotography #dronelife #droneoftheday #fpv #dronefly #aerialphotography #dronegear #djiglobal #mavic #dronesdaily #dronephoto #fpvfreestyle #djiphantom #dronepilot #aerial #djimavic #droneporn #phantom #photography #mavicpro #quadcopter #fpvracing #djimavicpro #droneracing #pro #bhfyp
  • video has surfaced showing a drone loaded with fireworks raining hellfire on a supposed “party” in Brazil, sending “revelers” scattering. It may be fake, but that doesn’t make it any less epic (and, possibly, dangerous). The video has spread quickly on social media. Its backstory is that a neighbor – who was annoyed by the noise of an open-air, late-night bash – sent a drone, armed to the propeller blades with fireworks, to chase away the revelers.

    The video, set to a jolly tune, shows a flying drone strafe a group of people with a barrage of fireworks, seemingly scaring them off.

    If the display seems too dramatic to be true, that's because it is indeed a hoax – at least the angry neighbor part. It was published by Brazilian social media influencer Lucas Albert on his Instagram account on Monday, and has since racked up over 740,000 views. The original post goes with the caption: “My friends had a barbecue on the street and they did not invite me. Look at what I did to them.” As the video was picked up by Brazilian and international media, Albert confirmed it was “fake news.” In a series of Instagram stories, he said he was just joking around with his friends. It remains unclear if any of the “stuntmen” were injured during filming – if anything, it looks like a close call.
    Source : rt.com
    #drones #drone #dronestagram #dji #dronephotography #dronelife #droneoftheday #fpv #dronefly #aerialphotography #dronegear #djiglobal #mavic #dronesdaily #dronephoto #fpvfreestyle #djiphantom #dronepilot #aerial #djimavic #droneporn #phantom #photography #mavicpro #quadcopter #fpvracing #djimavicpro #droneracing #pro #bhfyp
  • 14 0 10 hours ago
  • I believe that in my lifetime, we will set foot on Mars. Until then, Arizona is the closest thing to it. 🚀👩‍🚀👨‍🚀
  • I believe that in my lifetime, we will set foot on Mars. Until then, Arizona is the closest thing to it. 🚀👩‍🚀👨‍🚀
  • 13 1 10 hours ago
  • Sit back and watch the show 🌅
  • Sit back and watch the show 🌅
  • 23 2 10 hours ago
  • DJI has announced a successor to its Ronin S handheld gimbal that’s smaller, lighter, and cheaper, starting at $439 and available today. It’s called the Ronin SC, with the “c” standing for “compact,” and it’s more tailor-made for mirrorless cameras than its predecessor.

The Ronin SC largely shares the design of its predecessor, with a single stalk that leads up to a big 3-axis gimbal, all made of magnesium, steel, aluminum, and composite plastic. There’s a joystick and some buttons, which let the user change how those gimbals move (or control the movement directly). And this time around there are lock switches on each arm of the gimbal, which not only will help users store the Ronin with less chaos, but also should make it easier to initially balance.

LARGELY THE SAME DESIGN, BUT SHRUNK DOWN

The big selling point is that the Ronin SC has essentially been shrunk down to a more manageable 2.4 pounds, nearly half the weight of the Ronin S. That means its payload capacity is more limited — it can only carry a total of 4.4 pounds worth of cameras and lenses, compared to the Ronin S’s nearly eight pound capacity.

But that tradeoff will likely be worth it for anyone who’s spent the last year tiring out their arms shooting with a mirrorless camera on the Ronin S. (They’ll still have plenty chance to do that, though, as a full battery should last around 11 hours.) It still might be a little heavy to use as a vlogging rig, but there’s no doubt that the SC will be less of a drain to use. The Ronin SC even packs away in a case that is 40 percent lighter and 38 percent smaller than the one that stows the Ronin S.
Source ; the verge
#dji #drone #dronephotography #dronestagram #mavicpro #djiglobal #djimavicpro #photography #drones #mavic #djimavic #droneoftheday #aerialphotography #pro #nature #phantom #djispark #djiphantom #travel #dronelife #dronepilot #dronefly #landscape #dronephoto #gopro #aerial #sunset #photooftheday #droneporn #bhfyp
  • DJI has announced a successor to its Ronin S handheld gimbal that’s smaller, lighter, and cheaper, starting at $439 and available today. It’s called the Ronin SC, with the “c” standing for “compact,” and it’s more tailor-made for mirrorless cameras than its predecessor.

    The Ronin SC largely shares the design of its predecessor, with a single stalk that leads up to a big 3-axis gimbal, all made of magnesium, steel, aluminum, and composite plastic. There’s a joystick and some buttons, which let the user change how those gimbals move (or control the movement directly). And this time around there are lock switches on each arm of the gimbal, which not only will help users store the Ronin with less chaos, but also should make it easier to initially balance.

    LARGELY THE SAME DESIGN, BUT SHRUNK DOWN

    The big selling point is that the Ronin SC has essentially been shrunk down to a more manageable 2.4 pounds, nearly half the weight of the Ronin S. That means its payload capacity is more limited — it can only carry a total of 4.4 pounds worth of cameras and lenses, compared to the Ronin S’s nearly eight pound capacity.

    But that tradeoff will likely be worth it for anyone who’s spent the last year tiring out their arms shooting with a mirrorless camera on the Ronin S. (They’ll still have plenty chance to do that, though, as a full battery should last around 11 hours.) It still might be a little heavy to use as a vlogging rig, but there’s no doubt that the SC will be less of a drain to use. The Ronin SC even packs away in a case that is 40 percent lighter and 38 percent smaller than the one that stows the Ronin S.
    Source ; the verge
    #dji #drone #dronephotography #dronestagram #mavicpro #djiglobal #djimavicpro #photography #drones #mavic #djimavic #droneoftheday #aerialphotography #pro #nature #phantom #djispark #djiphantom #travel #dronelife #dronepilot #dronefly #landscape #dronephoto #gopro #aerial #sunset #photooftheday #droneporn #bhfyp
  • 10 0 10 hours ago
  • Northfork state of mind
  • Northfork state of mind
  • 11 1 10 hours ago
  • La vida en el campo
  • La vida en el campo
  • 13 1 10 hours ago
  • Wetlands at Cupsogue Beach
  • Wetlands at Cupsogue Beach
  • 16 1 10 hours ago