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The GoPro Hero3 continues to impress. Catch the excitement of the massive Burning Man festival with these aerial day and night shots by DSLRPros.

If you are not familiar with his work, then head over to Jalopnik website and check out the many samples showing how he’s honed his craft in this chronicle by Raphael Orlov. Very cool car shots and I particularly like the inside shoot at the Porsche Museum.


If you’re going to jump into a canyon, better to do it with a bunch of cameras watching. This vid is not for the faint of heart. And there is a link to the behind the scenes video at the end which is not to be missed. Hats off to Devin Graham for making this film, and to Scott and Brendo for their original music. The guys at CineChopper filmed this with a Cinestar 8.

Amazing flight inside the largest glass and steel building ever built. Filmed by French production company, Et Alors, and written up by Gizmodo’s Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan here: Explore a Turn-of-the-Century Parisian Landmark on the Back of a Drone

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