There are some incredible drone photographs on 500px — if you don’t believe us, just check out AirPano and the work they’ve done all over the world, much of it using multi-copter drones — but what the folks at Brain Farm just did has never been done before.

While most people attach a GoPro or small mirrorless system to their drones, Brain Farm attached a Phantom Flex4K slow motion camera to a beast of a drone called the Aerigon UAV.

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This pairing together captured what Brain Farm is calling, “the world’s first Ultra High Definition, 4K aerial drone footage… a cinematic game changer.”

We’ll let you make the call on “game changer,” but the footage is pretty spectacular, as is the amount of sweat that drone pilot must have been dealing with. The Flex4K sells for between $109,000 and $164,900 depending on the configuration…

Here’s the final video: