The video of a skydive shot from a helmet-mounted GoPro camera started as you might expect: buddies seated in the plane anxiously awaiting the moment they reach altitude and can make the exhilarating jump.
All seems to go according to plan except a few seconds into their free fall, there appears to be a minor collision mid-air and the camera falls off the guy's helmet. As it makes its less than two-minute drop, it spins out of control with the image changing as the ground gets closer and closer.
Check it out (Note: try not to get too dizzy watching its fall):
As luck would have it, the camera was found in a meadow in Gringelstad outside Kristianstad, Sweden. Kristoffer Orstadius posted the footage on YouTube Friday, hoping to find the owner.
"The memory card is intact — this is the last film. Are you the right skydiver?" Orstadius wrote (translated via Google Translate service).
"It's open pasture and I go there and look for my mushrooms and suddenly I see a little thing lying on the ground which has now been shown to be a camera," Orstadius father told Kristianstadsbladet.
Within a day, Orstadius updated his post saying that the owner was found.
This isn't the first time a GoPro camera has taken a tumble ahead of the skydiver. See what happens in this other video, particularly the last 24 seconds.