Howard Hughes famously noticed that, without a point of reference (clouds for example), flying doesn't look all that fast or spectacular. UAVfutureslow-proximity view gives us an amazing perspective as to how blazingly fast he's flying ... until he got a little too low. Twenty-one seconds into this thirty(ish)-second video, he drifts down, and eventually wipes out.
If you fly quads, a lot of these types of moments don't register until it's too late. Your video feed cuts out immediately, and it ends with a yard sale, your parts strewn around the ground and half and hour of search-and-rescue for your favorite colored prop nuts. (Pro tip: I've used high-powered magnet zip-tied to a rake; it actually worked). That is, unless you have a nearby tree that's been training to join the MLB and inspired to make one of the best comebackers of all time. This video ends with the quad safely nestled in a few branches, seemingly unscathed.