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Video: Launching of a 9000 tonnes ship

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by Leo S, Apr 5, 2016.

  1. Leo S

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    Took my DJI Inspire 1 to cover the launch of this 9600 tonnes bulk transport ship, here's the edited clip:



    Please be gentle, I'm not a pro :)
     
  2. Chathigh

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    WOW! great video man ;) congratz!!
     
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    What UAV's (Drones) were meant to be used for - couldn't have got that shot any other way.
    Well done. :)
     
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    Good Job, looks good.
     
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    @Chathigh, The Editor, SanCap: Thanks so much! it means a lot coming from you guys :)
     
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    Good one!
     
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    Super cool! Would have been awesome to have another shot from the rear with another inspire!

    Definetly a unique pov!
     
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    Thanks!

    @Charles.mabry: There was actually another quad (I think it was a Phantom 3) that the shipyard use to document their launch.

    Here's a 360 VR view of the ceremony that I captured with a Ricoh Theta S... if you pay attention to the sky, you can see my Inspire following the ship closely, then about 10-20s later followed by the speeding Phantom:



    I'll see if I can track down their footage and upload that to youtube :)

    ps: I think you need to open this with a Chrome on desktop\notebook, or the Youtube app on phones/tablets.

    Swing the tablet/phones around to see the surrounding. Click and drag on desktop browser to do so.
     
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