We can’t dive down a waterfall, especially if it’s the tallest one in the world. But thanks to technology, we can see what it would be like from the safety of our home. Drone pilot Ellis van Jason sent his FPV drone down Angel Falls in Venezuela, the world’s tallest waterfall, and ended up with some impressive footage that he shares in his latest video.
Ellis and his friends spend two weeks on an expedition through the jungles of Venezuela. “I had this beautiful country on my bucket list for many years,” he writes in the video description. “My friends and I explored the jungle for days by boat, foot, helicopter and drone to show you something unique.” And they sure did: the FPV video of 979m (3121 ft) tall Angel Falls is certainly not something you see every day.
I hope you’ve enjoyed the video and that it has inspired you to travel or to try filming with an FPV drone yourself. Or perhaps, both. You can find more of Ellis’ work on Instagram and his YouTube channel, and check out his FPV Drone Academy where you can learn more about his techniques.
[via DPReview; lead image credits: Diego Delso, CC BY 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons]
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