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Journey to Nahant Beach: Visual Delight | 4K Drone Footage

Updated: Aug 12, 2023

Sunday August 6, 2023:

Embark on another captivating journey with us at TeBe Productions as we explore the hidden gem of Massachusetts - Nahant Beach. Nestled on the North Shore, just a short 9-mile (14.5 km) journey northeast of Boston and next to Lynn, this beach offers a unique perspective of the city. On a clear day, you can easily spot the Boston skyline from the sandy shores. However, today, we're exploring the beach amidst a mysterious fog, at low tide, that adds a touch of intrigue to our adventure. And as a bonus to you, I tried out Hyperlapse (3:50) and FPV mode (4:01) on the Mavic!

Nahant Beach is a beautiful and popular destination in the New England state. It's known for its long, sandy shoreline, clear waters, and stunning views. Visitors can enjoy various activities such as swimming, sunbathing, picnicking, and beach volleyball. The beach also features a promenade perfect for walking, jogging, or cycling. Don't forget to check out our previous Massachusetts Beach Compilation (link below) for more stunning beach drone footage. Join us, and let's uncover the beauty of Nahant Beach together!


> 00:00 Welcome!

> 00:15 Nahant Beach

> 02:19 Lynn Shore

> 02:53 Nahant Beach

> 04:01 FPV Mode

> 04:35 Subscribe & Discover!

▶ Massachusetts Beaches Compilation:

Drone: DJI Mavic 3 Classic

Movie Maker: Pinnacle Studio 22 Ultimate

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*Flying drone in the U.S. for recreational purposes (for fun): The Recreational UAS Safety Test (TRUST) is required by FAA before flying.

*Commercial purpose: FAA Part 107 required

**LAANC authorization is REQUIRED to fly in this area.

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06 aug. 2023

Welcome to Nahant Beach! The next beach in Massachusetts adding to Plum Island, Salisbury, Nantasket, and Horseneck.

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