1200 Ft down, over Acid, A Drone In Iceland 2 days ago   01:01

KernalPanic
Using #Drones to extract acid from the bottom of a open pit mine. The mine has been closed to humans for 60 years. The mine is a half a mile across and 1200 feet down. Operations took place over the acid pit. Really intense mission went off without a hitch.

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A Drone In Iceland 1200 Ft down, over Acid, 2 days ago   02:25

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To film this we used a DJI Phantom 2 with Zenmuse H3-3D gimbal.
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1042318-REG/dji_p2h33d_phantom_2_quadcopter_with.html/BI/6857/KBID/7410

For a video camera we used a GoPro Hero 4 Silver
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1078007-REG/gopro_chdhy_401_hero4_silver_edition_adventure.html/BI/6857/KBID/7410

We shot at 2.7k at 30fps and then slowed to 24fps in post.

Slowing the footage down 20% gives it a slightly dreamy look and shooting at 2.7k and then downsampling to 1080p gives you super sharp video that you can zoom into if needed. I can hardly believe that none of this footage was graded, enhanced, or stabilized in any way. The GoPro was left on "auto everything" for every shot and it did an absolutely stunning job. We've actually found that the footage out of this GoPro looks significantly better than the footage from our Nikon D810 cameras.