DJI Mavic 2 Pro and Ronin S used to create this Surf Portugal video
Every so often DJ releases a new video on their YouTube channel in their DJ Creator series. These are short films of outstanding quality that showcase the kind of results you can achieve with DJI equipment and some serious filming and editing skills.
In this latest video from a DJI Creator, we see people enjoying the surf in Portugal. As a surfer and drone enthusiast myself I could watch this video all day long.
In the description, DJI says:
This short video was filmed using a DJI Mavic 2 Pro, A DJI Ronin S gimbal, and Lumix S1H.
Go grab a cup of coffee and watch this short movie. I’ll promise you that you won’t regret spending the 2 1/2 minutes that it takes.
Here’s another DJI Creator video that was posted recently.
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