Drones and Football games have become a thing haven’t they? But unlike the propaganda behind the drone in the Serbia-Albania game that sparked off a fight leading to the abandonment of the game, the reasoning behind the drone flown in last month’s Tottenham Hotspurs-Nottingham Forest Capital One Cup clash was far different. Above anything else, it was made purely to go viral.
Drones are a fun and quirky present for kids and adults alike. Most cheaper models are easy to control and you can get ones with cameras on for just a little extra. The DJI Drone is a pretty good place to start if you don’t know exactly what you’re looking for, but want to give this new technology a try. It combines quality with usability perfectly. Drones have also been used to enhance photography and videography made by photography businesses who can now shoot events like weddings and business events.
Don’t get me wrong, drones do have their faults but most of the time it’s easy to work around or improve the issues. For example, a lot of people find their drones range mean they can’t fly them as far as they would like to. Luckily, there are blogs like dronesuavreport.com that give people relevant information to improve their drones range. This allows for more impressive shots, such as the one captured at the Spurs-Forest game.
PV2+ adventures posted this video on their YouTube channel showing a video of White Hart Lane as the game went on. The view captured from the drone is absolutely incredible, giving a beautiful shot of the stadium.
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