I think the trouble with an awful lot of multirotor footage is that its all about the multirotor footage. I see way too many zoom climbs, reveals and drone films XYZ from above its just dull. I have a feeling the general viewing public is also getting used to it so for late arrivals they are going to have to work hard to get noticed.
This short film of Scottish cycling genius Danny MacAskill uses the RPAS to get the job done but does it in a way that adds to the story rather than being the centre of attention. Anybody that knows about Munros has heard the reputation the Cuillin Ridge has.
Of course all shot commercially and perfectly legally in the UK. Job well done Lec Park.
If you happen to be in the UK there will be a 30 minute documentary of the making of next Friday, look out for it on iPlayer.
Here's another Danny movie for those that are only hearing about him for the first time in this post