GoPro: Behind-the-Scenes with FPV Drone Pilots | GoPro Mountain Games

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Professional RC race drone pilots, Jay Christensen + Patrick Conroy took their talents to Vail, Colorado for the GoPro Mountain Games. They traveled to the mountainous landscapes above Vail Village + Lionshead to capture aerial footage of this annual celebration of art, music, + athletes.

These childhood friends started their journey in the cinematography world when they split the cost of their first GoPro over 10 years ago. Today, the duo travels the world with brands, sports teams, + professional athletes to provide a filming perspective that very few creators are capable of matching. Dive in to learn what the career of a pilot looks like, from the creative process to the feeling of being behind the goggles.

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HERO10 Black Bones:
Enduro Battery:
64GB SD Card:
GoPro Player + ReelSteady:
PolarPro ND Filter Set:

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