Sydney, Magnificent Harbor City

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This outstanding drone video of Sydney, Australia was uploaded to AirVuz by contributor Gizmo Drones.  The video opens with a shot of the Harbor Bridge, one of which spans Sydney Harbor from the Central Business District and the city's North Shore.  At the :10 mark, you'll see the great Opera House in Sydney Harbor, one of Australia's most-recognized landmarks.  Another highlight is at the :35 mark, where you'll see the Crown Sydney, which became Sydney's tallest skyscraper when it opened in 2020.  

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This video is about magnificent Sydney; with its beautiful harbour, the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House, plus other attractions such as the "The Rocks" historic area and the new Barangaroo development. I hope the Opera style song that I used for this video isn't a shock for you :)

I was able to grab these drone shots when I visited Sydney last Friday. I would have liked more drone shots but I didn't have time plus it was difficult as drones are not allowed in the harbour area or near the Harbour Bridge or Opera House.

Although I couldn't fly over the harbour I was fortunate to use an awesome, original "Opera style" song written and sung by Anita and produced by Digital Connexions. I was kindly allowed to use the music for this video. Please see link below for details. I hope you like this video and music and thanks for watching, Brett - Gizmo Drones

Epic Music: Faulty Switch by Anita - Digital Connexions https://soundcloud.com/user-367606203-460706029/faulty-switch

More music from Anita & Digital Connexions: https://soundcloud.com/user-367606203-460706029

Drone: The drone shots were taken with an Autel Nano+ 249g micro drone in 4K 30fps 8bit H.265 and edited with Davinci Resolve. I used normal colour mode and HDR at the end. I also used ND filters for most of the shots and manual camera settings except when I used HDR since manual settings are not available in HDR mode.

Safety: I also flew within the allowed drone hours. Daylight is approximately 30 minutes before sunrise and 30 minutes after sunset. See the OpenSky or equivalent drone app for actual times based on the location and day of year.