Video shows incredible sequence plan generated with the help of FPV and GoPro drones

Video shows incredible sequence plan generated with the help of FPV and GoPro drones

THE AWAL (A World Artists Love), a record label for artists big and small based in London, recently published an amazing video, produced with the help of an FPV drone (First Person View) and a GoPro. The result of this junction is a very dynamic sequence plane, passing through tight and unusual spaces that other cameras would have some difficulty crossing.

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Stabilization helped the drone to capture images at high speed

To be more exact, the video was recorded with an FPV drone and a "deconstructed" GoPro Hero 6. The camera was reduced to the basic components, then attached to the "housing" of the small unmanned ship.

The drone was piloted by Robert McIntosh, through FPV glasses and with the help of Eric Maloney, acting as a second pair of eyes. The ship had a battery life of about three to five minutes, that is, it needed some charges to capture all the raw material. The recordings were processed using the software ReelSteady, and the result is a video of just over a minute showing practically a long and continuous sequence plane. You can watch it above.

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