60mph Drone Racing in NYC!

In New York City, 150 pilots competed in the U.S. National Drone Racing Championships.

New to FPV racing? Here’s a beginner’s guide, from B&H: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/video/tips-and-solutions/beginners-guide-fpv-drone-racing

This headset is popular among FPV racers and spectators: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1205766-REG/fat_shark_fsv1063_dominator_v3_wvga_fpv.html/BI/19987/KBID/13229

Videos worth watching:
Chad “FinalGlideAus” Nowak’s winning Freestyle run: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Dz7X2caFrA
B&H’s short doc about the competition: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTqGg8qnRyM

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  1. Hey Griffin, love the video! I just recently uploaded a video on a racing drone too, and it seems that ur video is always the suggest video after mine, haha. So i was wondering if you can check out my video? It took me a month to make it.

  2. Griffin when I would stop down my camera that far I always found it wasn't my lens that was the problem but dust on my sensor, I know your GH4 is mirrorless and as a mirrorless user I was wondering how often you feel is appropriate to clean your sensor?

  3. I got into drones for video production but about six months ago decided to get into FPV racing, mostly so I could learn to fly SUPER aggressive and then be able to do crazy stuff with my video drones. It is a really fun hobby and these FPV drones are some of the trickiest to fly. But if anyone is wanting to get something really tiny and fun I'd recommend getting a Tiny Whoop. They are awesome and ridiculously entertaining.

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