K2 with a Drone: The World High Altitude Record 2016!
I am very grateful to Czech climber Klára Kolouchová, who invited me to join her at U.S. International expedition to the second highest peak of the World, mystic K2 at Karakoram, Pakistan! This is a short movie about flying a drone at high altitude at Camp I (6334 m a.s.l.). Full documentary movie will come soon. You can check our expedition at: http://www.klarakolouchova.cz
This is film by Petr Jan Juračka, 2016. You are welcome to check my webpage: at http://www.juracka.eu, as well as my page at Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/petrjanjuracka and Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/petrjanjuracka.
UPDATE ABOUT THE RECORD:
After publishing this video I am receiving links to interesting to great drone videos at high altitude. Great polish film maker David Kaszlikowski sent me this unique footage of David Lama and Corey Rich: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qchy7BVid9Q. It made a bit sad, as I was going to delete my record from the title. BUT! When checking flying log I found, that my take-off altitude was 3664 m a.s.l., what I can confirm when checking the satellite image. So, I am still not aware of any other higher flight of another commercial and civil drone :-) However, there are more higher flight with custom build drones, i.e., by awesome John Griffith who flew at 6500 this spring.
I used music from my favourite site www.soundcloud.com
Dexter Britan, Wild (Impression, 2015):
Dexter Britain, The Impression (Impression, 2015):
Wonderlust, Mssingno - XE3 (Wheathin Turn, 2016)
Despite two drones DJI Phantom 3 Advanced (aerial footage), I recorded the video with new Nikon D500 in 4K, while the timelapse has been done with Nikon D810A.
I used these great bags for carrying my drones and cameras:
I used DigiSlider both for sliding footage and timelapse:
Action footage was recorded with Olympus TG-Tracker.
Blog about this adventure at Dronestagram:
I would like for a help with the voice over: Zach and Amanda Settewongse, Mark Shuttleworth, Michal Zima, Jan Duchoslav, David Fiala and TV Nova studios.
Some of of the archive footage was recorded by Vojta Duchoslav (2013).
I was allowed to record the voice over in the studios of TV NOVA, Prague. Thank you, guys!