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Montreal Aerial Compilation


Montreal Drone Tour

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Take an aerial tour of Montreal, Canada in this compilation video, which features some of the best footage from the "Montreal from Above" collection.  You'll be treated to bird's eye views of the city's skyline, the La Grande roue de Montréal Ferris wheel, Mont Royal, Saint Joseph's Oratory, and more.  

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Montreal in Fall


Epic Montreal in Autumn


Check out these stunning Autumn drone views of Montreal, Canada, compliments of yuritorres.  The video opens with a shot looking past the Clock Tower down the St. Lawrence River towards the Jacques Cartier Bridge.  The next shot is looking over the Clock Tower in the other direction, towards the downtown skyscrapers.  Other featured locations include the massive new ring sculpture over McGill College Ave. (at the :23 mark), the pyramidal Olympic Village building (:30), Olympic Stadium (1:23), the Montreal Biosphere (1:53), and more.  

Montreal Dronelapse


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Check out this fantastic dronelapse of the great Canadian city of Montréal, compliments of RomeR.  The video was shot from the perspective of the St. Lawrence River, facing west.  In the foreground you'll see the Grande roue de Montréal ferris wheel which opened in 2017 to commemorate the city's 375th anniversary.  The ferris wheel lies in the city's Old Port, the historic core of the largest French-speaking city after Paris; further west, you'll see the modern downtown, and beyond that the peak of Mt. Royal.    

120 Seconds over Montreal


Montreal from the sky in 2 min


TheWorldAsPlayground stayed in an AirBNB room in Montreal one weekend and created this informative 2 minute aerial tour of the great city in Quebec.  The video features nicely captioned footage of many of the most popular sights, including multiple shots of the downtown skyline, Olympic Stadium, Habitat 67, the Old City, and St. Joseph's Oratory.  The video was shot using drone footage from a DJI Mavic Pro drone and combines it with gimbal-stabilized ground footage.

Unique Aerial Views of Montreal




Contributor and drone pilot Dizfilms became a finalist for the New York City Drone Film Festival with this amazingly edited drone film of his native Montreal, Canada's second largest city.  The film uses some amazing post-production editing techniques to turn high quality drone footage into something truly unique - brand new way of looking at this mighty city on the St. Lawrence River in Quebec.  For more information on how he did it, check out his episode of Drone Dish.

Drone Tour of Montreal




Montreal is the largest city in the Canadian province of Quebec and the second largest city in Canada.  It stands in stark contrast to its larger, flashier "neighbor" Toronto, which lies about 540 km (around 320 mi.) to its southwest.  What Montreal lacks in skyscrapers though it makes up for in culture, with a unique blend of French and English heritage.  Contributor Dizfilms created this epic drone video of the great city on the St. Lawrence River, which is also known for being the second largest French-speaking city after Paris.

VFX Montreal




Known for his fascinating and visually stimulating mirror-image-style edits, damienlair says the goal of this edit was to challenge himself to work on more transitions and color styles to improve his work.  We were blown away! In this latest video, Damien brings us to Montréal. Montréal is the French-Canadian city set on an island in the Saint Lawrence river in Québec.  It's the largest city in the province and the second largest in the country, and the largest French-speaking city outside of Paris.   

Saint Joseph's Oratory



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Check out this drone video of one of the most well known landmarks in Montreal, Canada, compliments of contributor Shawn Partenza.  Saint Joseph's Oratory is what is known as a minor basilica, of which there are about 1,750 around the world (the four major basilicas are all in Rome).  Situated on one of the three peaks of Mont Royal (the mini-mountain which overlooks the city), the Oratory is the largest church in Canada.  Construction of this masterpiece took four decades; it wasn't completed until 1967.

The Griffintown Neighborhood


Griffintown, Montreal


Take an aerial tour of the Griffintown neighborhood of Montreal, Canada in this drone video by AirVuz contributor yuritorres.  Griffintown is located on the northern side of the Lachine Canal, southwest of the Downtown area.  Originally inhabited largely by Irish immigrants, Griffintown went into a period of decline beginning in the 1950's, and its population dipped into three digits at the low point.   Its revival began in 2012, and since that time dozens of new condo and apartment buildings have been  

Montreal's Olympic Stadium


Olympic Stadium - Phantom 4 footage in Montreal - 4K

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During the last two weeks of July, 1976, the Canadian city Montreal became the center of the world.  As host city of the 1976 Summer Olympics, Montreal had the added burden of being the first Summer Games host following the terrorism-marred games of Munich four years earlier in which several Israeli athletes were killed.  In this video, contributor realMont Vlog - Montreal gives us a drone's eye view of Olympic Stadium, which was the main venue for the event and became the home stadium for the Montreal Expos baseball team.  

The Anjou District


Anjou, Montreal


Explore the Anjou area of Montreal, Canada in this excellent drone video by AirVuz contributor yuritorres.  An independent city until 2002, when it was merged into the province of Quebec's largest city, it's located on the Island of Montreal, a bit to the northeast of the city's Central Business District.  Now reconsituted as a borough, it has a population of a bit over 40k residents.  It's home to the Galeries d'Anjou, the largest shopping mall complex in Greater Montreal and one of the largest in Canada.  

DJI Mavic Air over Montreal


Downtown Montreal, Canada skyline & more !

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Contributor Shawn Partenza used a DJI Mavic Air drone to create this beautiful mini-tour of Montreal, Canada's second largest city.  The video features footage from around this city on the St. Lawrence River.  Some of the highlights include shots of Olympic Stadium, built for the 1976 Olympic Games which were hosted here; some of the bridges which are the lifeblood of this island city;Mont Royal, the famous hill overlooking downtown for which the city is named; and the beautiful downtown district.  

Montreal on Lockdown


What Montreal looks like 20/03/26 Covid-19


Top contributor dizifilms brings us this rather haunting video of the great Canadian city of Montreal in a state of near-lockdown during the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic in March of 2020.  During the fourth week of that month, Montreal emerged as the worst Covid-19 "hotspot" in Canada; as of March 26, 2020, Quebec had about 40% if Canada's confirmed cases (roughly double the number in neighboring Ontario, and by far the most of any province), with nearly 50% found in and around its largest city.    

Profile of Dizifilms


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In this episode of Drone Dish, host Tyler Mason travels to New York for the city's 2017 Drone Film Festival and chats with David Durivage (AirVuz profile: dizifilms). David is from Montreal, Quebec and discusses his short film "DIZI" which was selected in this year's NYC Drone Film Fest.  Also, hear how David was able to get his Inspire drone up close and personal with some Tigers at a Canadian zoo!  His videos are features throughout the AirVuz Quebec regional collection as well its "Best of Canada" collection.



Mont-Royal drone footage in Montreal - Phantom 4

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Montreal takes its name from Mount Royal, the small mountain which lies immediately to the west of the center of Quebec's principal city.  It's really a series of hills, the tallest of which is about 230 meters (just over 760 ft.) above sea level.  Its modest peaks provide great views of the city's downtown area.  It stands to reason then that flying a drone over Mt. Royal provides an even better view of the city.  Contributor RealMont Vlog - Montreal did just that, creating this beautiful aerial view of the river city.



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