The FAA is not in control of any indoor airspace. Having said that, consider the safety, much less the liability, of flying a 6+ lb quad in an indoor event environment with loads of people, none of whom have given you permission to fly it over their heads. What event organizer in their right mind would allow you to do that and risk a huge settlement in the event you injure someone?As a photographer with ADD my head is still spinning from the info about the FAA exemption. What about indoor events? Stadiums, convention halls ect.. Can you make money indoors?
Like CES, which is going on right now in LV? They are all flying in a cage, far as I can tell, and good thing, too. Just ask Tahoe "crash" Ed, right?That's funny! I guess it should be in a closed convention or event location. Without people or perhaps a shot with no one directly underneath.
So the Inspire doesn't have a hi-def signal? What's Lightbridge, then? And why does the RC have an HDMI output?NFL feeds hi-def sigs to the truck for re-broadcast via cables...could never happen with a drone