This charming aerial video of the Coney Island amusement district is about four months old—eons in Internet time—so if you've seen it already, please do gloat in the comments. NYC The Blog spotted it today, and reports that it's the work of one Jason Lam, founder of aerial photography company Sky Shutter. Lam uses a customized radio control toy helicopter to shoot videos like these, but it's unclear where he gets the cheesy synthesized baroque music to accompany it. (We suggest muting the sound and replacing it with "Coney Island Baby.")

As an added bonus, below is Lam's helicopter video of other parts of NYC. (Again, remember to mute!)