There’s a growing trend of drone hobbyists posting their own pictures of crashes, and the results can be pretty impressive.
A number of people have posted their own videos, photos, and photos of drone crashes, sometimes to the delight of the masses, sometimes with their own experiences.
While some of these videos have been widely shared, many have been less popular, even among drone enthusiasts.
For instance, the one above, posted on Reddit, received more than 1,500 upvotes.
The video has since been taken down.
Here’s what’s going on:The Reddit user who posted the video, an unknown user, has posted a number of similar videos of drone crash footage.
In some cases, the drone is destroyed in a crash, and in others, it’s damaged but not completely destroyed.
The person posting the videos seems to think that this kind of footage has value, and he’s made it a hobby of sorts.
The video in question is a one-minute clip from the drone video site Drone Crash Report, which has nearly 2 million views on YouTube.
In the video itself, a white, six-foot-tall drone is seen crashing into a tree, which then crashes into the ground.
At first, the footage appears to show the drone flying very low.
Then it appears to fly very high, and then it appears that it flies away.
In this case, the video is taken from about 500 feet away, which is far too high.
The drone then crashes back into the tree, and is now covered in debris.
The person posting this video is also known as the “Droid Master,” and he also owns an online shop, where he sells drones.
The site features a large number of videos from drone pilots and drone owners.
In one of his videos, the man who uploaded the video says that he “owns a few of these, and I’ve been trying to make some money off of them.”
“I have to say I’m really impressed with what I’ve seen,” he adds, before asking: “So how did you get these videos made?”
“I’ve had a lot of experience with the hobby,” he says.
“I’ve got some years of experience in the field of drone technology, and a number that I’ve gained over the years.”
The guy who uploaded this video, whose username is “droidmaster,” claims that his YouTube channel is actually a collection of video clips, and that he sells them through Amazon.
He says that his shop sells the videos on Amazon, and it’s up to Amazon to decide whether or not to sell them.
(Amazon declined to comment on the sale, saying it’s a private business.)
“If someone wants to buy it for a profit, it goes through Amazon’s platform and it goes to a third-party vendor, who gets paid a percentage of it.
It goes to my Amazon account, and if it’s an item that I sell on Amazon I get paid in dollars,” he said.
“It’s all very transparent, it doesn’t matter.
So I have no idea if that’s actually the case, and we’re trying to get that sorted out.”
The videos posted by the man in the video are very high quality, and are worth a lot more than a dollar or two on Amazon.
According to Amazon, the videos have over 1.6 million views.
This means that the seller is earning a decent amount of money, but it also means that this is probably one of the rare videos that Amazon won’t sell, even though it’s clearly worth more than $1.
Amazon says that the videos are sold as part of the “bestseller program,” and that the buyer pays Amazon the amount of the video’s price plus the cost of shipping.
If the seller does sell it, he’ll get the money back, but Amazon won, and Amazon says it’s not doing anything to stop the seller.