Some of you may have woke up early on Christmas morning to rush to the tree and unwrap your shiny new drone. Unfortunately, the unusually cold conditions in parts of the US meant that many of you were grounded. So while you were there holding your new toy in your hands, staring wistfully at the crisp air outside, you may have had to justify the large price tag to yourself or to your partner/parents.
"Do not fret, my love" you probably said to your spouse (or to yourself in the mirror, you weirdo), because not only did they make your Christmas dreams come true, but they also made a sound financial investment. For not only are you a wizard at Premiere Pro, thanks to the Fstoppers community, but there's sheep that need a herdin', and you got the best darn sheep-dog in town.
We're on the cusp people. First, they came for our assembly line jobs, and now they've come for our dog's jobs. Will you welcome our new robot overlords? I do, and so does the guy over at Man and Drone in New Zealand. In this video, filmed on his trusty DJI Inspire 2, you can watch as what I believe is a DJI Phantom 3 does a great job at herding sheep in the magnificent New Zealand landscape.