Amazing one shot music video with the M10

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  1. Gary Haynes

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    Is there a "behind the scenes" yet? I'm dying to see how they did the transition from handheld to aerial. It's a magnificent leap forward in production capabilities! Super entertaining. Love those guys. :)
     
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    Awesome video. Really nice work Gary.
    Steve.....When they move from inside the building to outside, you can briefly see the shadow of the multi rotor rig on the ground making me think its all been shot from it rather than a handheld Movi.
     
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    Wow, that is quiet something, how many people at the end?
    Very impressive.
     
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    Very well done!!
    Gary was this done by you? do u have a website?
     
  7. Gary Haynes

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    Wish it were mine. Found it from a posting the Freely did on their Facebook page.
     
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    making has been published.
     
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    I think the biggest congrat should go to the pilot but I have never seen that he was mentioned in those backstage videos / articles. Maintaining the copter perfectly through the all shot requires great skill and control.
     

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