X-Factor style show puts celebrity drone skills to the test

DJI Inspire 2

DJI has teamed up with Talpa TV and its Netherlands-based show ‘Drone Masters’, giving celebrities a chance to compete and show off their drone skills.

In an attempt to with the ‘Drone Master’ title, participants demonstrate their ability using DJI consumer and prosumer products in different challenges.

During each episode, contestants perform three different tasks under supervision of Dutch TV host Dennis van der Geest.

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The tasks include a skill challenge, a photo challenge and a video challenge.

Janneke Rozendaal, marketing manager at DJI EMEA, said: “We are excited to watch how our DJI flying cameras such as the Mavic Air, Phantom 4 Pro and Inspire 2 will be used creatively by the celebrities pioneering this highly entertaining prime time TV show.”

Drone Masters is sponsored by DJI and is developed by Talpa Content.

The show’s first episode aired on August 30 in the Netherlands.

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