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Flying through Fireworks at the Jersey Shore

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by dmarlin247, Aug 13, 2016.

  1. dmarlin247

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    Hey guys,

    I wanted to post one of my recent Videos i did on here of me flying my P3A around and through some fireworks at the beach. No damage was done to the aircraft but some cool footage came out of it.



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  2. Moose

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    Would love to see,but it's not viewable to me


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  3. dmarlin247

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    That is weird. Here is a link to my Facebook page, if you scroll down you will see it along with a bunch of my other recent work.

    需要安全验证
     
  4. dmarlin247

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    Not sure why that came up in chinese font haha but link works
     
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    Cool vid
    I know what I'm doing New Years Eve!
     
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    I hope your bird will not be hit by the firework. If you see that video at London. I'm a bit scared.

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    I would be too!
     
  8. dmarlin247

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    You would have to take a direct hit at a lower altitude for damage to occur. Fireworks are only made up of cardboard and once the Firework explodes those little firework flares are of no harm to the Copter. I have flown through fireworks a few times with no issues at all.
     
  9. Voyager42

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    Wow. That is incredible. One day maybe I'll have the confidence to do something like this.


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    Very cool video!
     
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    Great video........might have to try that one day. What editing software did you use? How did you get them to go in reverse?


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  12. dmarlin247

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    Thanks. I use Final Cut Pro. You can reverse the footage in it to get that look
     
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    Can I ask regarding the viewer / monitor you were using, was it just a tablet, or did you have a hood, or goggles? Thanks, Kevin



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  14. jelly013

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    I didn't made that video. If picked it from youtube to show a example. I'm a bit scared to do that.

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  15. htownphantom

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    It's videos like this is the reason I absolutely hate the new phantoms not having sound.I want to hear the fireworks exploding,not a music overdub.If you dont like the sound of the props well thats easily fixable by putting the music over them.
     
  16. dmarlin247

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    I believe that day i was just using my Galaxy S7 Edge. Sometimes i use my Ipad Mini also