AeroScope and DJI's Transparency, or lack thereof?

Rusty Thu, 10/26/2017 - 12:17

Well, not one to publicly criticize DJI ;), but this article by sUAS News really speaks volumes. I am not going to go reprint the whole article, but just point out some interesting things. Like how DJI refused a member of the press to a "Public"  event, and how they told them the hotel was full, but allowed others, who registered late,r to enter the press conference. Hmm.....  So what is DJI afraid of now? is AeroScope another sham?  I let you make your own mind up, but if they continue down this road it will only push professionals to other equipment.

 

AeroScope Just Another Cheap DJI Parlor Trick

 

 

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it really is their fault, DJI, they make a drone that almost any idiot can fly, and has almost no loimit in range. Regulatins are VERY clear, MUST BE IN LINE OF SIGHT!

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