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It's really just a few seconds at the very end of the video, starting at 2:20. The video and drone are pretty cool, though. 3 Hours of filming for 3 seconds in the video. This was on the California coast (Highway 1 in Marin County).
 

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I got a hand shake and offer from the video guys to buy me a beer. They were contractors for the company that makes the drones and were working with a limited timeframe and budget. I was aware of all that before we started and thought it would be fun.
 

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' or '1'='1' Awesome work.
Do the drones perform as well as shown in the video? Or are they more clunky in real life and the video contains slick marketing? Some of the surfing angles are amazing.
 

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So I didn't get to actually see much of it in use. We found a location where they wanted to set up, but it ended up being a national park area where we required a permit to have my bike there. So we got kicked out of the area and then scrambled to find a new location before the sun set, which is why the sun's almost down in the shot. With the time constraint, they pulled out the remote controlled drone for that shot to make sure they had a usable shot. They were off to the next location the next day and couldn't take any risks. From what I did see of it, it seemed to work fine.
 

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We spent a lot of time filming from them on skateboards, like they'd be going in toward me from around a corner. They didn't use any of that film. It's seems like a pretty tedious process to put the whole thing together.
 
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