FPV drone video shows Mercedes-Benz Museum in the most amazing way

Drone videos can be amazing to watch but nothing stops you in your tracks the way FPV drone videos do. The first-person-view perspective is immersive and draws you into the video like nothing else. Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing Nick Lang who flew his FPV drone through the Classic Auto Mall. Today, we show you an FPV video that takes you inside the Mercedes-Benz Museum that until today was closed as part of the Coronavirus lockdown in Germany. If you like drones and cars this is another must-watch-video!

FPV drone video shows Mercedes-Benz Museum in the most amazing way

The FPV video was shared on Facebook and the following information was provided:

On Saturday, 9 May 2020, we will be opening our doors to the public again. But before we do that, we had a special little flying visitor 😉 Initially, visits are only possible from Friday to Sunday. The Museum will continue to remain closed from Monday to Thursday. Reopening is to proceed in accordance with officially prescribed hygiene rules. These include measures for maintaining a minimum distance of at least 1.5 metres between individuals, rules on sneezing and coughing etiquette and restrictions on the number of visitors. In addition, it is compulsory to wear face masks when visiting the Museum (also applies to children from the age of six upwards). See you in Stuttgart, Germany! #MBmuseum.

Here’s the FPV drone video itself in which the FPV drone flies not only around and inside the Mercedes-Benz Museum but even through priceless classic Mercedes-Benz cars. That FPV drone pilot better have nerves of steel!

What do you think about FPV drone videos? Do you have any favorites that you want to share? If so, please put them in the comments below. If you are an FPV drone pilot and make videos like these, please reach out to us as I’d love to talk to you and learn more about what is involved in making these kinds of videos.

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