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  • Drones set to revolutionise action sport filming
  • Drones set to revolutionise action sport filming
    Arnaud Bachelard (2012) ©
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Drones set to revolutionise action sport filming

People have always had their eyes on the sky, wondering what it would be like to see the world from above. The latest aerial expedition hasn’t sent a rocket to the moon, it’s sent a drone to follow you while you make videos that inspire awe. Hexo+ could be the future of point-of-view filming.

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