OK, probably not what you guys are into, but DJI must be nervous
On the face of it, a very complete package for an amateur film buff. I like how the stability gimbal is removable for hand-held use...it's basically a Steady-Cam. I can see a lot of people using that by itself for action shots, mounting on whatever-it-is they are throwing down a mountain. Flight-sim built into the controller to teach control, and one thing I quite like, a second person can control the camera.
Price is about what was expected (£720, but you will need a new GoPro to fit in it, so another £300-£350).
Things it's missing;
- Auto-tracking (DJI have partially implemented this)
- Obstacle Avoidance (again, DJI has this partially)
Be interested to see how it reviews...this is the first "big" company to throw it's hat into the Drone arena as far as I know, and they've spent a fair while on development...