Second video shows vibrant Exmouth Quay from the sky

09:59 05 August 2014

Exmouth's vibrant Quay has been captured by a quadcopter flown by Jacob Collinson.

Exmouth's vibrant Quay has been captured by a quadcopter flown by Jacob Collinson.


The video offers a bird-eye view of hard-to-reach places across Exmouth’s waters.

A second video which shows a unique birds-eye look on Exmouth has been released by a man who spent the majority of his life living in the town.

Jacob Collinson, 21, has captured the stunning view of the bustling Exmouth Quay by flying his DJI Phantom Vision 2+ quadcopter over the coastal area.

Despite being labelled as an ‘impulse buy’, Jacob has put the quadcopter to good use, filming several areas around East Devon including the continuing Cranbrook development.

Check out the video at


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