DJI FPV drone dives down a 400m TV tower in Latvia
To create smooth footage, SkyHighFilms uses ND filters to slow down the shutterspeed and create more cinematic footage.
The structure is supported by wires which makes this dive even more treacherous. SkyHighFilms points out that when you lose the signal to the drone the video recording stops.
As you can see it is not easy to dive down a structure smoothly. Flying next to a TFV tower likely created a lot more interference as well.
We have added a few more videos to this article to show you how to dive structures with the DJI FPV drone.
Let us know in the comments below what your experience has been diving down buildings with the DJI FPV drone.
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