Ever since I've seen videos of Quadcopters flying around cities, I've falled in love with this new toy! Check out what the fuss is all about, prepare to be amazed.
Offering a whole new perspective on travel photography, Amos Chapple takes aerial images of European cities and historic sites using a camera mounted on a quadcopter drone. Here are some of the stunning birds eye views, including this one of the Eixample district of Barcelona.
The Parrot AR Drone 2.0 is the most popular drone system in the world, seen everywhere from shopping malls to schools and almost everywhere in between. These French-made drone gadgets are controlled by an Android or IOS device and take flight with a quadcopter power system. They haul their own camera system and fly with a protective hull as needed, indoors or outdoors. On a single charge, the AR Drone 2.0 can fly for 12 minutes with a ceiling of 185 feet. They sell for $299 new at Amazon
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there's something about being in smack dab in the middle of a bustling city that makes me utterly delighted. new york, chicago...it does't matter. i love the steady hustle. from A well traveled woman
A wonderful view from the air of Edinburgh and it's famous Royal Circus and the other areas in New Town (built in the 18th c.) where terraced houses were built around around parks. Alex Maxwell's apartment is down there on Circus Place...