This is how the world looks behind the camera of several drones


Undoubtedly one of the greatest incentives for all types of users, from the most professional to those who just want to have a good time, which can offer a drone We find it in its camera, which has gone from being optional to something that all drones mount as standard and whose specifications are increasingly complete.

On this occasion I want to show you the result of joining many of these videos created thanks to a drone so that, from a bird's eye view, you can imagine what it would be like to fly over truly spectacular places and for this there is nothing better than using several drones equipped with cameras capable of record in 4K quality.

An impressive collection of videos where you can see the world from a bird's eye view.

Among the locations that we can see from a bird's eye view, I leave you a good number of videos just below these lines, we can find cities as emblematic as can be Japan, where we can see night shots of Tokyo and Yokohama captured with a drone of the DJI Inspire 1 category, also author of the video created about the city of Mexico where the real protagonists are the beaches of the Riviera Maya or areas like Tulum and Cozumel.

From these cities we travel to Ireland where we are faced with environments such as Sandy Cove, the Dingle Peninsula, the Moher Cliffs, Mount Benbulben, the Slieve League Cliffs, Dunluce Castle or the beautiful Carrick-a-Rede. Another city that could not be missed is San Francisco where we can enjoy different views of the Golden Gate or other representative sites of the city.

Finally, you cannot fail to mention several videos where we can delight ourselves with such interesting areas as the city of Dubai, Jordan, India, Iceland, Norway, the Seychelles, Canada, Croatia, Hawaii, Argentina, Prague ...

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