Almost since the dawn of first person view (FPV) quad flight, pilots have been drawn to one of the most fundamental of FPV maneuvers: the dive. Usually only achievable in "acro" mode, diving involves tipping that quad into a vertical position, positioning it to film whatever is being dived, and having the presence of mind to pull up before the ground comes up and destroys the drone. The "subject" can be almost anything - massive skyscrapers or observation towers, cliffs, waterfalls, or factory chimneys, to name a few. The taller and more epic the better, as you'll see in this great collection of FPV dives from around the world. Aerial photo: Building Dive by AirVuz contributor and FPV Pilot Quad Explosion.
Click here to see all of the AirVuz FPV Freestyle & Cinematic collections.