As I stare up at the faint spec that is my drone, I’m pretty sure I’m breaking the law. At least I’m not alone.
On a brisk February afternoon, DJI and partner B+H invites journalists, seasoned drone pilots and newbies onto the deck of the historic Bathhouse Studios in Manhattan to fly DJI’s new Phantom 4 Pro drone.
This update to the popular and quite good Phantom 4 drone that I tested last year adds back and side sensors so you don’t fly into trees and a powerful 20 MP, 4K camera. It costs $1,499.
There’s no time for classes today. DJI guides usher groups of six anxious flyers onto the Bathhouse’s spacious outdoor deck to fly. Read more…