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Insane Dive Off World’s Tallest Waterfall Shot by FPV Drone

Filmmaker Ellis van Jason has published a video where he takes his first-person-view (FPV) drone straight over the edge of Angel Falls, the tallest waterfall in the world. Without this type of drone, the jaw-dropping view would otherwise be impossible to capture quite like this.

What it is Like to Fly a Drone Near a Volcano… And Then Crash It

If you watched the news or were connected to the internet the first week of June, chances are good that you have seen a video of a drone crashing into an erupting volcano. Well, that drone was mine and it got completely disintegrated. In my latest video, I share what it is like to fly a drone around a volcano and what you have to look out for.

Watch a DJI FPV Drone Get Struck by a Flying Chunk of Lava

Photographer and filmmaker Daniel Haussmann recently joined the crowds enjoying the incredible volcanic eruption in Iceland and captured it using a mix of his DJI FPV, Mavic 2 Pro, and Mavic Air 2. During one sequence, his FPV is struck by a flying piece of lava, sending it tumbling through the air.

DJI FPV Review: A Racing Drone for the Non-Racing Pilot

When I first heard DJI was bringing the FPV drone to market, I was excited but also a bit skeptical. Even though DJI's history in the consumer drone market is second to none, the company's offerings to the FPV market are a bit of a mixed bag coming from the perspective of a pilot from the racing and freestyle scene.

Camera Drone Follows Rollercoaster to Capture Dizzying Cinematic Footage

FPV Drone pilot and YouTuber Viggo Koch recently teamed up with the folks at the Liseberg amusement park in Gothenburg, Sweden to film something pretty epic. Using his substantial drone racing skills, he followed the park's HELIX rollercoaster to capture some dizzying footage that holds its own against any CGI out there.

First Person View: Covering a Nebraska Cornhuskers Basketball Game

Photographer Nate Olsen is the Assistant Athletic Photographer for the University of Nebraska's athletics department, so he covers all of the school's sporting events. He recently decided to strap a GoPro HERO4 to his head to show what it's like to cover a Cornhuskers basketball game through his eyes and lens. The video above is what resulted.