Summer’s zooming by. Wish you could teleport from your cubicle to a sandbar in turquoise waters? Well, there’s no Hyperloop yet — but thankfully, drone-shot 4K movies of Japanese paradise can make you feel like you’re there.
YouTube user egawauemon is known for beautiful, hi-def videos of scenes in Japan, and this latest one was shot by a drone in islands in Japan’s Kagoshima prefecture on the country’s southern tip.
Drones are giving cinematographers unprecedented new filming opportunities — there’s even a drone film festival in New York. Here at Gizmodo, we’ve extensively covered drones swooping through majestic landscapes and capturing unbelievable moments.
Want more drone eye candy? Take this video of a DJI Phantom filming volcanic eruption:
Or this one, capturing the spooky majesty of a fog-hugged Dutch church, the tallest in the Netherlands:
A pod of swimming dolphins:
The Nubian pyramids:
Cambodia’s Angkor Wat:
And never-ending flower fields: