FPV drones bring you close to the action. Real close! Check out this video from COLA in which FPV drones follow closely after BASE jumpers. The drone footage is amazing and it makes you wonder how long we will have to wait before we see action shots like these show up in a James Bond movie for instance. Go watch it!
FPV drones make you feel like you’re flying too
In the description, COLA says the following about the video with FPV drones:
it’s quite nice to be back on the stick in this complicated year…. things should start beeing better for FPV now… and i’ve already started working on the next projects… feels good ! this one was extremely interesting, discovering new risks and difficulties, following a subject flying long range adds quite a bit of spices to the sauce, understanding how fast a body falls and trying to reproduce this acceleration…. that just makes FPV even more challenging and exciting ! that was a great project and we should go on again soon !
i wish i could update more often, but life doesnt always go the way you want… anyway, had a blast here, and cant wait for the next one ! ! cheers to you all, thanks for supporting me, take care, happy flying, and wash your hands ^^ 🙂
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