The whales were anywhere from a mile out at sea, to really close to the shore. Sterman says he shot the video over three separate days off the North Shore of Oahu.
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Videographer Eric Sterman used a Dronefly DJI Phantom (which range from around $400 to $1,000), a GoPro Hero3+, and a lens from RageCams to get footage of whales from as close as 500 feet.
This isn't the first time someone used a drone to go whale watching. Back in February, a drone captured footage of a baby humpback whale, off the coast of Hawaii. Also in February, someone caught footage of thousands of dolphins and three gray whales.
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