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Those poor drones, man. They've got to regularly navigate profoundly treacherous situations. In this case, we get to witness a drone's final, absolutely glorious moments before it reaches its ultimate demise as it sinks into the fiery mouth of an unforgiving volcano. 

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What a brilliant idea to combine the drone and hoverboard for one awesome video. It feels like this is right out of a Marvel movie or something. 

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If only we could all be as courageous as drones. This drone footage has us thinking that the world absolutely needs more drone footage of volcano eruptions. It's like you're there to witness nature spew all of its fiery hot madness into the atmosphere, but don't have to sweat about getting burned. 

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jaybyrdfilms put together this impressive one-shot scene filmed by an impressively piloted drone. The natural smoothness combined with the tight drone piloting makes it some filmmaking that would be unthinkable just a few years ago.

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Honestly, all this exceptional drone footage does a phenomenal job at painting a picture of sharks actually being peaceful. Of course, it can be hit or miss, and one should always exercise caution when you're swimming around in their domain, but it's nice to see that some of the massive beings don't live down to the nasty stereotype perpetuated by various films in Hollywood. 

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Plenty of people are out there flying their drones and working to create stunning videos, but this one right here is something magical. This dude's skills are off the charts. He gets so dang close to that lion. 

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This is perfect for people who work from home, but still want to enjoy that commute. 

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This is why we can't have nice things. We'd bet there were some serious consequences for the guy who pulled this stunt. Pretty dangerous! 

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Two German Brothers made a bathtub drone for personal transportation. It's an amazing project and we hope no one pulls the plug.

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Be the Eye in the Sky With the Ridiculously Tiny SKEYE Nano Drone

There's something equally creepy and outright amazing about being the proverbial 'eye in the sky' with a mini, bug-sized drone. Okay maybe not quite bug-sized, but shit dude, this drone's just about tiny enough to escape the attention of the everyday, ignorant civilian that's probably actively avoiding social interaction with the aid of a pair of noise-cancelling headphones. Yep, the SKEYE's a solid gift idea for the kids, and with the drone's reasonable difficulty levels, the experienced and inexperienced 'drone pilots' can have some fun. Oh, and don't even get me started on that 'throw-to-fly' capability: chuck the little thing for the fences, and watch it up and catch itself for a controlled flight seconds after? Ahem, sign me up. 

Super tiny drone with camera let's you be the 'eye in the sky.'
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Everyone hates a drone because they're just remote-controlled helicopters with a GoPro attached to them, and why that's interesting, I have no idea. So you can understand why this neighbor has pretty much had it with it. 

In this short clip, feel this woman's irritation with her dumbass neighbor and their dumbass drone. 

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In other news, this man probably doesn’t have a wife anymore.

People love drones, which are fancy electric helicopters you can stick a GoPro on.

One really nice and clearly supportive husband decided to test out his fancy helicopter by landing it on his wife’s back — not thinking about how those blades would react to hair. Spoiler: It doesn’t play nice with hair. Then, in a perfect storm of drone misconduct, their daughter took the remote and, well, things went from bad to very bad.

According to Mashable, “Sheena only had to cut out a small piece of knotted hair, while her husband was cut on the hand by the flying hair deathtrap. She warns that these things could seriously hurt someone.”

Could've been worse. Case in point: 

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