Effing outstanding doesn’t really do it too much justice, but you get the idea — or at least you will once you watch these two videos. Even just part of one of the videos, you have got to experience this for yourself. As my wife said to me about this, “it’ll change your life.”
Check it — this one is from a guy named Jos Stiglingh (Jos’ youtube link) took his DJI Phantom 2 quad-rotor drone and a GoPro HERO3 Silver and ran that rig right through the West Palm Beach fireworks show. Jos’ balls? Brass. Jos’ results? Spectacular. Check this out:
WOW. Even GoPro got in on that action with a video on their channel — good move, GoPro!
Also now with equally metallic external appendages, Robert Hartline, a guy in Nashville who owns some Sprint stores who also has a quad-rotor drone of sorts, made his own video, but his was in promotion of some business schtuff, from the article at WBIR:
Hartline, an entrepreneur who owns 12 area Sprint stores and the sales reporting app CallProof, decided to put his $1,300 drone up as a promotion for a new venture — Hytch, a carpooling app he’ll launch in October. Its matchmaking software finds neighbors with similar commutes and encourages gas-money reimbursement.
“You probably have neighbors with the exact same commute as you, you just don’t know it yet,” he said.
Hartline ran the drone from a spot near Pinewood Social and watched the video feed on a screen with his friends. Tennessee only limits drone use for law enforcement, and the Federal Aviation Administration only regulates altitude for non-commercial drones, so Hartline said he was on firm legal footing for the activity.
His only regret: His battery ran out before the big finale.
We’re sorry too, Robert. Still cool. Check out Robert’s go: