The Yachats fireworks, a display that happens every Fourth of July, is not something to be missed. Utterly breathtaking, the fill not only the sky with light, but people imaginations as well. Yet the latest round of Yachats fireworks was taken to the next level with the help of a drone. Or, more specifically, a DJi Phantom, a line of popular consumer quadrocopters used by videographers.
This video recording quadrocopter flew straight into the Yachats fireworks display, capturing what it is like to be in the center of it. As magical as watching it from the ground, if not more, the Yachats fireworks takes on a whole new experience through the eyes of this flying drone.
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