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Karl Beadle from Langtoft in Peterborough has been flying his Hexcopter around the Midlands capturing the summer weather.
In the video he films people enjoying the weather at Ferry Meadows in Peterborough, Nine Bridges in Northborough, Burghley House in Stamford and Barnack in Stamford.
Karl Beadle has captured images of parts of Peterborough and Stamford using a 'Hexcopter'.
The photographer has worked with the motorised camera for around three years.
The technology allows Karl to capture moving images from the sky.
Karl Beadle from Peterborough has invented a motorised camera which takes images from the air.
The six motored machine, which he calls a 'Hexcopter', takes aerial images using a stabilised camera.
Speaking about the videos he has created, Karl said: "It's nice to be able to create the kind of things people enjoy watching."
Earlier this year Karl created a video of the snow in Lincolnshire.
A man from Peterborough has captured images of people enjoying the hot summer weather from a motorised helicopter camera.
The 'Hexcopter', which was designed and built by Karl Beadle, is a six motored machine with a stable camera, which captures images from the air.
The 40-year-old said he is in the process of turning his hobby into a business.