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Alua Island, Maui

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'Ālau Island

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In this 4k drone video by FreD...//..., you'll get an aerial view of one of the smallest islands of the Hawaiian archipelago.  It's called Alau island, and it's a tiny islet just off the eastern shore of Maui.  Barely visible on a map, the uninhabited island lies just a few hundred meters/yards off of Koki Beach.  Koki Beach in turn is just a km/mi or so north of Hamoa Beach, generally considered the most beautiful beach on the eastern side of Maui, which is the most remote part of the second-largest of the Hawaiian islands.    

Three Hawaiian Islands

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Hawaii: A Glimpse of Paradise


In this video, top contributor Haussmannvisuals treats us to bird's eye views of three of the main islands of Hawaii: Kauai, Maui, and Hawaii (aka the Big Island).  He captured the footage using two drones: a DJI Phantom 4 Pro and a Mavic Pro.  He encountered some unusually strong winds during his time there, which makes the resulting video all the more impressive.  Feast your eyes on these marvelous bird's eye views of America's 50th state! 

DVOW Nominee from Hawaii

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Hawaii By Air (4K) | Cinematic Mavic 2 Pro Drone Film


Fly away to an island paradise with contributor justindkauffman, in his cinematic drone masterpiece that captures all the best features of Hawaii.  Throughout this film, waterfalls pour over the sides of cliffs covered in blackened moss, rolling waves lap peaceful beaches, and mountain peaks jump out of the dense rainforests that cover the island.  See all the wonders of Hawaii from his magnificent Drone Video of the Week nominee!

Timelapse in Hawaii

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Hawaii Aerial Timelapse Collection 4K - Any Dream You Want


Top contributor Majestic has mastered the art of the dronelapse - ie, timelapse sequences captured via drone.  In this video, he put together a stunning dronelapse collage of three of the Hawaiian islands.   On the island of Oahu, he picks up some stunning sequences from Honolulu as well as from its North Shore.  From Maui, you'll see some beautiful footage from Kanapaali, on the island's western coast.  Finally, from Kauai, the video features some epic sequences from its famed Napali Coast. This video won DVOW in June 2019.

Hawaii's Four Islands

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Victor Metron

Prepare to be amazed by this stunning aerial tour of the USA state of Hawaii, compliments of contributor Victor Metron.  Metron, whose first upload to AirVuz garnered a Drone Video of the Week nomination, compressed footage from travels across these Pacific islands to capture the essence of America's 50th and possibly its most beautiful state.  The video features footage from the four main islands of the archipelago: Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and Hawaii (aka the Big Island).  

Proposal in Kauai

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Kauai, Hawaii - We're Engaged!


Top contributor th3venture created this truly memorable video from a trip to Hawaii where he was engaged to his beloved.  The proposal took place atop a hill on the Na Pali Coast, a wilderness area in the northwestern part of the island.  You can see the moment where he pops the question at around the 2:00 mark in the video.  It's hard to imagine a more beautiful place for anything let alone committing to a lifetime together; not surprisingly, she said "yes"! This video was a DVOW nominee in April 2019.

Big Island and Kauai

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Hawaii: The Big Island and Kauai


The eight islands comprising the American state of Hawaii offer a broad range of geography that includes volcanoes, mountains, beaches, waterfalls, and lush green landscapes, and each has its own unique lure to locals and guests.  Videographer TheDroneTrip felt the pull towards Kaua'i, known as the Garden Island, and the appropriately named Big Island, known for its Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, to make this incredible 4k video of the Aloha State.

Around Maui

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Maui 4K


Award winning contributor Majestic created this spectacular drone video of Maui, one of the most well known of the Hawaiian Islands.  Much less populated than Oahu, many believe that Maui represents the "true Hawaiian experience".  In this video, you will be treated to bird's eye views of Hokulea, Iao Valley and Iao Needle, Molokini Crater, Hana and its Waterfalls, Black Rock Beach, Nakalele Blowhole, Mushroom Shaped Rock, Rainbows, and more. 

Phantom 4 over Oahu

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Hawaii 4K - Every Breaking Wave


Top contributor Majestic created this stunning aerial tour of the Hawaiian island of Oahu.  Using a DJI Phantom 4 drone, he was able to capture some of the most epic sights of this, the most populous of the Hawaiian Islands.  Prepare to be amazed by the bird's eye views of some of Oahu's most well known sights, including he North Shore, Lanikai Beach, Kailua, front and back side of Moku Nui Island, Sandy Beach, Halona Cove, Rabbit Island, and Makapu'u Beach and Lookout. 

Dronelapses of Oahu

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Hawai'i in Motion: Mavic Pro 2 Hyperlapses


Prepare to be blown away by this stunning dronelapse of Hawaii's island of Oahu, compliments of contributor Jonasgutzat and his DJI Mavic Pro 2 drone.  The video features amazing timelapse shots of clouds drifting over coastal mountains, epic aerials of the Waikiki beachfront in Honolulu, and other sights from the mountains above the city.  The power of the MP2 is on full display; when combined with skillfull piloting and editing as it is here, the possibilities for stunning content creation are endless.  

Droning Kauai

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Kauai Island, Hawaii - Higher Ground 4K


Top contributor Majestic created this absolutely stunning drone video of Kauai, one of the principal islands of the state of Hawaii.  The westernmost of Hawaii's four main islands, Kauai was the last to develop as a tourist destination.  Called the Garden Island, Kauai is known as much as anything for being a prime movie filming location.  In the video, you will be treated to dramatic aerials and dronelapse shots of Napali Coast, Waimea Valley, Princeville, Kilauea Lighthouse, Poipu Beach, and more.

Kilauea Volcano

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Tears of Pele


Pele is the goddess of fire, volcanoes, and the creator of the Hawaiian Islands in Hawaiian religion. In this piece, haussmannvisuals captures the essence of Pele via the errupting Kilauea Volcano off the Big Island with his DJI Phantom 4 Pro and DJI Mavic Pro.  Like a true professional, he waited three years for this moment and made sure to fly in a legal fly zone.  His hard work paid off in this spectacular video, which was nominated for the Drone Video of the Week in late 2018.

Oahu's Ko'olau Mountains

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When the Mountains are Calling...

Hungaro Explorer

The Ko'olau Mountains sit on the eastern side of Oahu, the most populous island of Hawaii and the home of Honolulu, the state's principal city.  The highest peak in the mountains is about 1k meters (about 3k ft) above sea level, a figure more impressive when considering the short distance from the peak to the Pacific shore.  Contributor Hungaro used a drone to create this stunning aerial video of these spectacular mountains and the Pacific Coast against which they are set.  

Beautiful Kauai

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Kauai | Untouched Beauty


Get an aerial glimpse into the wild beauty of the northernmost Hawaiian island of Kauai.  A popular location for filming movies and TV shows, it is often referred to as the "Garden Island" due to its ancient rainforests that have grown thick with tropical plants and trees throughout time.  In this drone video from contributor tomnoske, you'll get a sense of Kauai's remoteness in contrast with the Aloha State's more well known and densely populated islands.  

Drone Tour of the Big Island

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Hawaii, The Big Island


Hawaii's Big Island is big - the easternmost island of the archipelago, which bears the name of the USA's 50th state, has roughly twice the land area of the rest of the islands, combined.  That means more beaches, rainforests, waterfalls, surfing, and everything else the Hawaiian islands have to offer.  Contributor Th3venture and his companion spent a week on this volcanic island with a DJI Phantom 4 and a GoPro, producing one BIG travel video.  

Oahu and Maui

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Hawaii by Drone (4k)


Contributor TD Heyden used a DJI Mavic drone to put together this stunning aerial tour of the Hawaiian islands of Oahu and Maui, the two most popular destinations of the Aloha State.  The tour includes beautiful bird's eye footage of Hawaii's world-famous beaches, spectacular mountains, and the capital city of Honolulu which is situated on Oahu.  As you watch the video, you'll see the brilliant colors of this tropical paradise literally jump off the screen.

Oahu: Away from Honolulu

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Luckily, We Live in Oahu

Hungaro Explorer

Oahu is by far the largest of the Hawaiian Islands in population, and is also the location of the state's only major city, Honolulu.  While the island has become largely urbanized, contributor Hungaro shows us some of the less-populated parts of this Pacific Ocean island.  The video will serve to reminding you of how Hawaii came to get such a hold on the imagination of travelers from across the mainland United States and indeed from around the world.  

West Maui

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West Maui

iDrone Hawaii

Following the arc of the Hawaiian islands eastwards, Maui is the next to last island, before the island of Hawaii (also known as the Big Island).  Maui was the second Hawaiian island to develop a large tourism trade, following the lead of Oahu.  This stunning drone video from iDrone Aerials will show you why this island paradise in the Aloha State has became such a hit with travelers (and more recently, drone pilots) from around the world. 

Kauai's Na Pali Coast

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Aerial Views of the Kalalau Trail Along the Na Pali Coast of Kauai


Kauai is the westernmost of the main islands of the Hawaiian archipelago.  It has been developed more recently than Oahu and Maui, and its pristine scenery has made it a favored location for filming feature-length movies.  Hiking along the Kalalau Trail along the Na Pali Coast, contributor brianeastMedia treats us to a spectacular aerial view of this marvelous island, which is geologically the oldest of major islands in the Hawaiian archipelago.

Oahu's Kaneohe Bay

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Sailing in Kaneohe bay


Kaneohe is the largest bay in the Hawaiian islands, sitting on the south shore of Oahu.  Because of the protection provided by the bay, it's become a major center of sailing, as well as other water sports activities.  In this video, contributor Skyhighhawaii uses a drone to create an unforgettable video of a catamaran sailing across the crystal waters of the bay.  The picture of the tilted craft sailing along the amazing light green sea is almost hypnotizing.

Western Mauai

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Kahakuloa Head Maui

iDrone Hawaii

Kahakuloa Head sits in a relatively remote spot on the western side of the island of Maui in the Hawaiian Islands.  The road which runs through the area is extremely narrow, scaring off many would be visitors.  While these fears may be justified, contributor iDrone Hawaii makes a compelling visual case for taking the risk with this spectacular bird's eye view of this Pacific Ocean paradise, the second most populous island in America's 50th state.  

East Oahu Hike

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Trekking The Spectacular East Oahu

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Hawaii is a hiker's paradise.  The islands of this Pacific archipelago are full of volcanic mountains and rock formations which are easily reachable by well-equipped walkers; in most cases no climbing equipment is required.  In this video, top contributor Ryzone brought a drone along for a hike in the mountains of eastern Oahu, the states's most populous island.  The video shows the hikers reaching the tops of some spectacular seaside rock hills and shoot some epic dronies.

Lanai's Shipwreck Beach

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Shipwreck Beach Lanai

iDrone Hawaii

Lanai is the smallest of the publicly accessible Hawaiian Islands.  The location of the island creates strong winds and treacherous Pacific Ocean currents which have caused many shipwrecks over the years.  In this video, contributor iDrone Hawaii uses a DJI Phantom 4 drone to fly over a wreck off of Lanai's Shipwreck Beach, so called because of the number of wrecks which inhabit the sea bottom off the island's shores.

Waimea Canyon by FPV

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Waimea Canyon by FPV

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Gab707 is one of the top first person view (FPV) pilots on earth.  He's participated in multiple seasons of the Drone Racing League, and his long-range FPV mountain surfing videos are the stuff of legend.  In this video, he tackles one of the world's most famous canyons: Waimea Canyon in Hawaii, sometimes known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific.  Situated on the western side of the island of Kauai, the canyon has a maximum depth of about 900 meters, or around 3k ft. 

Drone Tour of Kauai

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The Garden Island

Red Dragonfly Media

Of Hawaii's four main islands, Kauai is best known as the filming locations for movies and television shows.  With natural scenery that is the equal of anything on the islands, it has become a magnet for film and TV producers seeking tropical backdrops.  Dragonfly UA&Visuals used a DJI Mavic Pro and ground cameras to create this amazing aerial video of the island which was a shooting location for Jurassic World, Tropic Thunder, Hook, and many more feature films.

Big Island's Akaka Falls

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Akaka Falls, Hawaii

Hawaii Aerial Visions

Of Hawaii's many waterfalls, there are just a couple which land amongst the top 15-20 falls in the world.  One of these is Akaka Falls, situated in a state park of the same name on Hawaii's "Big Island," about midway down its northeastern coastline.  Defined as a plunge-type waterfall, it drops the water of Kolekole stream 135 meters (just over 440 ft.) into a deep gorge. Dont' miss these magnificent falls in this drone video by Hawaii Aerial Visions. 

Four Seasons Resort Hualalai

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Four Seasons Hualalai in Hawaii

iDrone Aerials

Without doubt, one of the finest hotel properties in Hawaii is the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai.  It is situated in the historic town of Kaupulehu, on the Kohala (northwestern) coast of the island of Hawaii, aka the "Big Island".  Opened in 1996, it's the only five-star (per AAA) resort on the island, and one of only four in the state of Hawaii.  Top contributor iDrone Aerials collaborated with the property's owner to create this magnficent aerial/ground tour of the resort and the surrounding area.  

Winter Surfing Session

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Winter Surf on Oahu Hawaii


Christian Tinman, who hails from South Africa, has developed a reputation for being amongst the top aerial videographers of surfing around the world.  He has traveled to many of the world's top surfing beaches, using a drone to create bird's eye views of some of the best surfers on earth.  In this video, he captures the winter surfing scene on the north shore of Oahu, Hawaii.  Home of the famous back door and pipeline reef breaks, this is widely considered to be the world's top surfing location.  

Aerial Tour of Honolulu

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In this short but helpful video, you'll get a sense of how Hawaii's main city Honolulu is laid out. The video


In this short but helpful video from contributor and drone pilot Christian Tinman, you'll get a sense of how Hawaii's main city Honolulu is laid out. The city is situated towards the eastern end of the southern coastline of Oahu, the state's most populous island.  Pearl Harbor lies just a short distance to the west, also on Mamala Bay.  Built-up Waikiki Beach area, which you'll see through much of the video, lies between downtown Honolulu and Diamond Head to the east.

Kauai: Hawaii's Garden Island

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Made in Kauai

Tushevs Aerials

Tushevs Aerials brings us this stunning aerial tour of Kauai, the so-called "Garden Island" of Hawaii. Much less populated than Oahu or even Mauai, Kauai has become a go-to spot for movie  and TV makers around the world. Feature films shot here include some of the Jurassic Park and Pirates of the Caribbean series, among many others. Perhaps the most well known movie identified with Kauai is the 1981 blockbuster Raiders of the Lost Ark.   

Hawaiian Outrigger Race

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Hawaii Nui Vaa 2017

Tahiti Fly Shoot

The Polynesian people who initially populated Hawaii were some of the earth's first seagoing peoples, and (as with other seagoing cultures) the key was having the right type of boat.  In this case, it was a boat style called a Va'a, which is an outrigger type canoe that has proven its seaworthiness over the centuries.  Tahiti Fly Shoot flew over the 2017 Hawaiki Nui Va'a race and created this spectacular drone video of the event, which is the largest such outrigger canoe event in the world.    

Oahu's Kualoa Ranch

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Cruising Around Jurassic Park


Reggiesurfsax created this beautiful drone video of Kualoa Ranch on the island of Oahu in Hawaii.  A private range on the eastern coast of the island, the area has a more well known name: Jurassic Park.  That's because it was one of the main filming locations for Steven Spielberg's 1993 blockbuster movie of the same name.  Jurassic Park was also used as a filming location for Kong: Skull Island (2017), Pearl Harbor (2001), and other movies, plus numerous TV shows.  

Kauai's Wailua Falls

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Wailua Falls, Kauai


Check out this beautiful aerial video of one of the best-known waterfalls in Hawaii, compliments of contributor pnoymavic30.  It's located near Lihue on the eastern end of Kauai, the "Garden Island" of the Hawaiian archipelago.  The plunge-type waterfall has a total height of 26 meters (84 ft.) through two drops.  The falls, which feeds into Wailua River, appeared in the opening credits of one of the top-rated  television series of the 1980's: Fantasy Island.

Kalalea Mountain, Kauai

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Kalalea, Kauai

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Kalalea is a distinctive looking mountain on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, the fourth largest of the Hawaiian islands.  It's situated in the southeastern part of the island, near the town of Lihue.  The mountain can be seen in the opening of the 1981 blockbuster movie Raiders of the Lost Ark, the first of the Indiana Jones series.  In the opening scene, the image of fictional "Paramount Mountain" fades to a shot of the very real Kalalea, whose profile is oddly similar. 

Legendary Waikiki Beach

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Waikiki Drone Tour

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Even as Hawaii's "other" islands have become increasingly popular, Waikiki Beach on the island of Oahu continues to be seen as one of the world's most iconic beaches.  The beach, which is brilliantly captured here by contributor Ryzone, owes its fame in part to a man named Duke Kahanamoku who is credited with inventing modern form of surfing in the early 1900's.   Ironically, this stretch of coastline southeast of Honolulu isn't really a natural "beach" at all; its sand was imported from California!  

Windsurfing in Maui

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The Wind Blows - Extreme Windsurfing in Maui


Just as Maui offers some of Hawaii's best windsurfing spots, so it goes with windsurfing.  Contributor Aerialvideomaui created this epic drone video of some of the world's best windsurfers plying the windy waters of Maui.  The footage was captured at a couple of legendary Maui Spots: Pe'ahi (aka the JAWS surf break) and Ho'okipa.  Both of these spots are considered some of the finest (and most challenging) windsurfing areas in the world.  

Slaughterhouse Beach, Maui

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MOKULE'IA (Slaughterhouse) BEACH MAUI

iDrone Hawaii

While it's definitely not for beginners, Hawaii's Slaughterhouse Beach is considered one of the world's finest surfing spots.  Also called Mokule'ia, it lies on the northwestern shore of the island of Maui.  Its name derives from its proximity to a cattle ranch and slaughterhouse, long-since closed.  The beach sees particularly strong surf conditions in the winter months, when waves break about 65-70 meters (around 200 ft.) from shore; during these months, the beach sees dangerous riptides.

The Ritz-Carlton, Maui

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Ritz Carlton Kapalua, Maui


Amongst the many resorts and hotels in Hawaii, the Ritz-Carlton on Maui is considered one of the 2-3 best.  It's located on the northwestern shore of the island.  The hotel is part of a resort complex called Kapalua, which was built on an area of pineapple fields.   In addition to some of Hawaii's finest beaches, the Kapalua site includes Puʻu Kukui, a peak which is part of the West Maui Mountains.  You can check out this five star property from above in this drone video by contributor @joeynagrath.  

Lahaina Harbor, Maui

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Lahaina Harbor

iDrone Hawaii

Contributor iDrone Hawaii created this beautiful drone video of a spot on Maui in the Hawaiian Islands.  It's the harbor of Lahaina, which is located on the western shore of the island.  Lahaina has a rich history, having served as the capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii from 1820-45.  Today, it's considered a prime destination in its own right as well as a gateway to the interior of the island.  It's also home to some of the most expensive real estate in the entire archipelago.  

Maui's Hkaaleala National Park and More

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MAUI // Travel Film


This video is seven minutes of dynamic aerial, ground, and underwater footage of the infamous island of Maui, Hawaii. The island in the Central Pacific filled with volcanos, waterfalls, golden beaches, and rocky cliffs that jut into the Pacific’s salty waters. Pilot HAYDEN KAST traveled around the island taking in Haleakala National Park and Haleakala volcano, the locals reefs and 30 miles of beach front. The 4K film brings you as close as it can to the magic the island provides. 

Kīlauea Eruption

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Pele’s Arrival

Reuben Langdon

The island of Hawaii is formed from five separate volcanoes that erupted out of the Pacific Ocean floor; in the native Hawaiian version of history, this occurred with the help of Pele, the goddess of fire.  The largest of these is Mt. Kilauea, which is an infant in geological terms - less than 300k years old.  While not particularly high (its peak altitude is about 1.25k meters or around 4.1k ft.), it is extremely active.  For evidence of the last point, check out this drone video of the volcano in the area of Pahoa by Reuben Langdon.

Hyperlapse: Molokai, Maui, and Oahu

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Hawaii Hyperlapse 2019


Shot with the DJI Mavic 2 Pro, this aerial hyperlapse video of Hawaii by sd-droner will take you over the middle islands of the USA's state of Hawaii.  The three islands featured in the video are (1) Molokai, the "Friendly Isle", which is the fifth largest of the group by land area; (2) Maui, which lies to the southeast of Molokai and is the second-largest Hawaiian island by land area; and (3) Oahu, which lies on the opposite (northwestern) side of Molokai and is the third-largest island by land area but by far the most populous.  

Around the Big Island

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Reuben Langdon

Contributor Reuben Landon put together this beautiful drone video from the island of Hawaii, the largest and southeasternmost of the Pacific archipelago that is the USA's 50th state.  The locations featured include the following: Akaka Falls, which lies within a state park on the island's northern side; the "Warm Ponds" (sometimes called "Hot Ponds") on the eastern side; the off-grid Cocowasi retreat; Rainbow Falls in Hilo; Pahoa, at the island's eastern tip; and Kona on the western side.

Hawaii Dronelapse

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Life is a Hyperlapse


Contributor Jonasgutzat is known for highly creative drone videos, both of his home state of Hawaii and other spots around the world to which he travels.  He is also quite skilled at advanced post-production editing techniques.  In this video, he combines spectacular drone footage of Hawaii with some amazing hyperlapse editing, creating a stunning visual feast of the Aloha State.  Viewer beware: his love of this magical island paradise is contagious.  

Instagram Star in Hawaii

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Pilot Madeleine in Hawaii 2017 - Oahu Drone Tour

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Contributor and drone pilot Ryzone has developed a large following by creating highly stylized drone videos of tropical locations, often by collaborating with human subjects to be part of the video.  In this video, he worked with Instagram star Pilot Madeline, who has several hundred thousands followers on the social media platform.  Together they created this stunning video, mostly shot with a drone, which combines human beauty and the beauty of the Hawaiian Islands. 

Drone Views of Hawaii

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Hawaii: Majestic


This video of Hawaii by contributor johnapurdy fulfills the promise of its title: Majestic.  It opens with a beautiful shot of the famously torquoise waters of the Aloha State.  From there you will see some of the volcanic mountains, verdant valleys, and gushing waterfalls of this bit of paradise in the Central Pacific Ocean.  The highlight of the video is at the :55 mark; there is a slo-mo sequence of a wave crashing over some giant rocks that are lined up in a semi-circle transaction.  

Droning America in Honolulu

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Droning America: Oahu, HI

Droning America

In this episode of Droning America, host Angie Avestruz heads to Oahu, Hawaii.  She teams up with top contributor and drone pilot Ryzone to film some of the sights and sounds of the island, the largest in the Aloha State.  Sit back and enjoy the bird's eye views of some of the most well known spots in this Pacific paradise.  Highlights include bird's eye views of Waimea Bay, Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, some of the island's top surfing spots, and much more.  

Profile of Majestic

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The Drone Dish: Majestic

The Drone Dish

In this segment of the Drone Dish, Tyler catches up with Noel Thomas aka Majestic.  Winner of one of the first Drone Video of the Week awards, he is known for his epic hyperlapses and timelapses of cities and landscapes around the world. His work is featured extensively in the New York City, Miami, Hawaii, and numerous other collections on AirVuz.  He'll share what it takes to create one of those videos, as well as share other shooting and editing tips.


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Hawaii | 2018

Nick Bell
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New Year, New Hike!

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Kauai: Shot on EVO

Autel Robotics
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Lighthouse, Hawaii