Chasing the Mosquito
We were excited by our recent opportunity to work with the de Havilland Aircraft Museum. As aviation and history enthusiasts, being able to work within such an environment and amongst such historically significant aircraft, was incredible, and a real privilege.
The brief was to capture the exhibits in an engaging way that was different from the standard museum marketing video. A perfect opportunity to utilise our FPV cinewhoop service. See the results below:
Flying our custom made aircraft using a BetaFPV 85x frame and a stripped down GoPro Hero 6 (read more about that here), we were able to safely fly around (and sometimes through), the rare collection which, includes the Mosquito prototype.
These types of flights require considerable planning and coordination with the client, though this is all worthwhile once complete. The video produced is a single take, seamless journey through the collection providing a unique insight that will hopefully draw even more visitors to this wonderful museum.
For those not aware, these flights differ from traditional drone flying as the pilot views an FPV view of the drone’s progress through a pair of goggles. Not something for beginners to try! As you can see from the video below, the pilots view during the flight is not the crystal-clear image of the final edit - that’s their view in the FPV window
We love working on these projects and are passionate about delivering clients new and innovative ways to showcase their services and products. If you are interested in finding out more about our FPV Cinewhoop offer, then please do not hesitate to contact us.
In a time of national lockdown and uncertainty, we believe that these flights provide clients with a perfect opportunity to showcase their offer to visitors and customers, ready for a return to opening and normal activity in 2021. To support this, we are offering a 25% discount off our standard rates for all flights booked before 31st December 2020.