Winter Drone Footage Captures Scenic Birds-Eye View of Lake Dillon in Colorado

December 06, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Sean Ozz, owner of World of Ozz, has posted video footage taken by the DJI Mavic Zoom drone as it flew in below freezing weather over Lake Dillon in Dillon, Colorado. Sean Ozz has posted this video on his YouTube channel to show the unique views taken by the drone of the steam coming off the lake and other features of nature that can only be seen from the air. This footage shows how a drone can offer a unique perspective that can never be captured with a regular camera. It provides a birds-eye view of the wonders of nature like the scenic views of the trees, mountains, and lake.

In a previous video, he also used the DJI Mavic Zoom to capture what Lake Dillon looks like from the air during the first snow of the 2019 to 2020 season. That was his first attempt to fly the drone over the lake in freezing weather. The latest video that he has posted was his second attempt to fly the drone to capture scenic views of the lake and its surroundings in below freezing weather.

Sean Ozz himself says, “This video footage is just one of the many that can be found in my YouTube channel. Follow me on my YouTube channel and be part of my amazing journey as I use drones and other technology to help share my inspirational adventures. Enjoy tutorials, reviews, and unboxing's when I am not at Summit ink Tattoo or out playing in the snow on the mountains. Let me help you capture your art and get to know your gear and find what works best for you! Subscribe to enjoy drones, snowboarding, travel, photography tips, video how to's, inspirational content, vlogs, and so much more...”

Sean Ozz’s interest in drones and the latest technology is evident in the videos that he has posted on his YouTube channel. Among the drones featured in the video channel is the DJI Mavic Zoom drone. It was this drone that he used to capture breathtaking views of Lake Dillon as a way to demonstrate the ability of the drone to fly in below-freezing weather and capture unique views of nature.

The DJI Mavic Zoom drone quadcopter, which costs $1,439, is an affordable choice for hobbyists and professionals alike. It has up to 31 minutes of flight time and has a maximum speed of 44 mph. It has a 905g takeoff weight and 3-axis gimbal for steady shots. It has a 1/2.3 inch CMOS 12MP sensor with up to four times zoom, including a two-times optical zoom. It is provided with 8GB of internal storage and with SD card support for up to 128GB. It provides live view in real time during flight. It is also capable of recording 4K videos at higher bitrates with advanced H.265 compression.

The World of Ozz also offers various T-shirts and related products for drone enthusiasts. These include the Drone Atom Skull in Black and Gray classic T-shirts, iPhone case, classic long sleeve T-shirt, crew socks, Samsung case, mug, classic crewneck sweatshirt, classic pullover hoodie, toddler classic T-shirt, kids classic pullover hoodie, baby premium onesie, indoor pillow, and more.

Sean Ozz also operates the Summit ink Tattoo, which is located in Silverstone, Colorado. This shop offers tattoos and aftercare products, fine art, stickers and shirts. It was established in late December 2017 after two years in the making. Sean Ozz has more than 26 years of experience in tattooing, and he has been guest spotting and tattooing on and off in Summit County since 2014. He apprenticed in Houston, Texas, in 1993 under old school legend John Stuckey. After that, the moved west where he developed a reputation for himself in the beach towns of Southern California, namely, Venice, Newport, Huntington, and Sunset. He is well experienced in almost anything but he loves to do bold and wacky colorful art.

Those who would like to know more about Sean Ozz and his YouTube channel can check this out at, or contact them at World of Ozz on the phone or through email.


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