Author: Darrell Smith

DJI Osmo captures Les Twins Dance choreography for Hit Song Panda

The identical-twin brother dance duo known as “Les Twins” have swept the the internet as an international hip-hop sensation. Larry and Laurent Bourgeois, referred to respectively as “Ca Blaze” and “Lil Beast,” have been dancing their whole lives. Originally part of the bigger “Crimilaz Crew,” they’ve now gained an immense following as Les Twins for their innovative dance styles, making a statement across all social media platforms. In a recent video, Les Twins partnered with DJI and production company Yak Films to capture their original dance choreography for the hit song “Panda” by Desiigner. In order to capture their...

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DJI Osmo Sample Video Footage

DJI OSMO IN SPAIN From its energetic music and dance, down to the fragrant and rustic cuisine, Spain reverberates with life and adventure. When the mainland isn’t enough, the paradise of Ibiza is only a short ferry ride Notice as the DJI Osmo is used to take fast paced shots ranging from running on the beach to navigating bustling streets full of people. This camera is small and non intimidating allowing for very intimate shots with great flexibility. DJI OSMO IN INDIA India is both one of the most diverse and most densely populated countries on Earth. Every city has...

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New DJI Phantom 2 Vision Plus

Today DJI announced the Phantom 2 Vision Plus, a major update to their Phantom series of quadcopters. DJI states that their main objective with this new quadcopter is to design a flying camera system that allows everyone the capacity to fly, and to be able to capture video with a new level of detail, and clarity. This product is all about the out-of-the-box experience for the consumer. Some of the main differences between this new model and its predecessor is its integrated gimbal with 3 degrees of stabilization, similar to the DJI Zenmuse H3-3D gimbal announced a few weeks...

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Drones Possibly Capturing Video at the Harlem Building Collapse?

Residence in East Harlem were shocked Wednesday morning when a gas leak lead to a major gas explosion leveling two five-story buildings, according to a statement from New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. Reports are saying that over 200 firefighters have been battling the fire. The New York City Fire Department is reporting casualties, and many injured. It’s also believed that several people are still unaccounted for. As fire fighters fought the blaze many people near the seen reported seeing drones flying over the scene.  Some speculated that the local authorities were using drones to monitor the area....

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