Drone Video Captures the Best of Los Angeles

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It may be titled "24 Hours in Los Angeles" but drone pilot 

Michael Izquierdo and camera operator Caleb des Cognets of Beverly Hills Aerials actually spent three months stalking around Los Angeles to capture the two-and-a-half-minute drone video.

They explain on the video's description, "We used every waking free moment to scout, plan, and shoot a variation of iconic locations and inspiring architecture. We shot approximately 50 different locations and only selected the absolute best shots. Our focus was on precision, speed, proper time of day, and most importantly, safety. The entire video was filmed with a DJI inspire 2 in Pro Res 422HQ. This project has taken up approximately 4TB of space on our hard drives."

Watch below.

24 HOURS IN LOS ANGELES - DRONE TIMELAPSE from Beverly Hills Aerials on Vimeo.

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