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  1. Thanks Steve. Nice stuff. Unfortunately the type of work I do couldn't even come close to justifying their hardware. But glad to see the U.S.A. manufacturers popping up and hope the trend continue to grow.
  2. Ah, although true, that is only the hardware. The firmware will govern how it performs and controls the overall performance. So the Chinese are not actually playing a part of your concerns. The USA manufacturer writes the code.
  3. Hello Jwilton, I was on the first list for the Skydio2, then finally realized I can't do commercial operations like waypoints. You are right, for now only DJI seems to have 3rd party developers that make software aside from DJI itself. The Skydio 2 looked great if you want to do Follow-Me or any action video. The Autel will be coming out but recently delayed as noted in one of the articles here due to a software glitch. I gave up my position in the Skydio 2 list and awaiting the release of the Autel. Currently, I fly a DJI Phantom 4 Pro. I hope this helps.
  4. I use a DJI Phantom 4 Pro for some light commercial applications, and real estate photos and video. I have used a Yuneec for a short time and liked the features and the way the camera is handled along with the retractable landing gear. Since all the business applications are seeming to use the DJI Mavic Pro as a "standard", Although it only has a 12MP camera, the comparative Skydio 2 specs results seemed to show its worthiness. I was impressed with all the unbiased and thorough comparison specs with the Skydio 2. I too would like to get some hardware, and perhaps software, that is USA ow