Mayan Ruins in Lamanai, Belize filmed with XP2 Quadcopter

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Mayan Ruins in Lamanai, Belize filmed with XP2 Quadcopter 5
Aerial footage of two Mayan pyramids in Lamanai, Belize.

Wes traveled to Belize December 2012 with his XP2 Quadcopter to grab some exciting aerial footage.

This type of footage could not be possible without the portability of the XP2 Quadcopter and GoPro Hero 3 which Wes took with him in his luggage all the way from Central Oregon. Its truly amazing what technology has allowed us filmmakers to capture.

XProHeli is making aerial video and photography accessible to every filmmaker and photographer thanks to XproHeli's XP2 Quadcopter. The XP2 is a RTF (ready to fly) multirotor platform capable of lifting recording devises like the GoPro or Sony Nex-5. Helicopters and expensive productions shoots are a thing of the past. We've got quite a selection of accessories and spare parts such as FPV (first person video), extra batteries, props, frames, etc. Grab the XP2 and take your work to New Heights!


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You're a line-of-sight master! What a great location to shoot. I hope you have more videos coming from your trip.

Author — Chad Johnson

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Great video, on a very interesting subject matter. Loved it :)

Author — Matt's Hobby Channel

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what is the name of the song used? Great video by the way!

Author — Roswell Fischers

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Sweet video - great music, too. Considering going here next year.

Author — VakarianGirl

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That video was sweeter than sugar!!!

Author — Brett Delarios

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Nice! A bit jellow-ish. Did you do any fpv?

Author — Chad Johnson

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I had no trouble getting my quad into cancun. Next month Thailand. Gonna fly Tulum and chitzen itza in july with my buddy who lives there. Gotta love these machines!

Author — william welch

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No FPV was used. Just line of sight flying.

Author — Wes Coughlin

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This temple is amazing and again unkown to Europeans, why?? Who knows not well promoted

Author — Noggsy Joggsy

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Wes. This answers most of my questions. I am a tour guide in Belize and will be getting both the XP2 and GoPro Hero 3 in the spring, to do all the the roins of Belize etc. Should you come to Belize again be sure to make contact. I.ll show you around. Capt. Nick Sanchez

Author — Capt. Nicolas Sanchez

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Wes, you rock! What a great thing. Were you concerned about getting the XP2 across the border? I considered bringing mine to Mexico (I'm here now!) but bailed because I was worried I'd lose it trying to get it into the country, or by having the Federales shoot it out of the sky. :)

Author — Steve Maller

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There are cheaper quadcopters out there. The XP2 is a top of the line video platform that costs a lot to manufacture. It's not fair to the company to ask them to charge less because you don't have enough money yet. Just save up!

Author — Chad Johnson

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So all your films, are been made using any gimbal or vibration absorv plate ?
Okay, you can stabilize in AF or similar program, but THIS looks amazing. It looks like the all quadcopter dont have any vibration from the motors, no roling shuter or jello. Its really hard to believe you dont use gimals in any of your videos !

Author — Associação Código Arte Rua Aveiro

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Try bulldozing that for gravel, stupid road company.

Author — Robert E. Lee

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Where are all the tourists? Last time I went, there thousands of people.

Author — muffdriver69

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I was a little worried about that, but didn't have any problems. I dissembled the XP2 to fit in my bigger backpack, and reassembled it when I arrived in Belize.

Author — Wes Coughlin

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I hope they don't destroy this pyramid since people in this country seem to like to destroy pyramids to build roads

Author — Ivan Corona