[url=http://www.animalnewyork.com/2014/east-harlem-explosion-photos/]Guy flies drone over Harlem explosion.[/url] The drone costs [url=http://www.dji.com/orders/new?product_slug=phantom-2-vision]$1,200[/url], if you're wondering. If I lived in the city, it would definitely be worth having one of these. From selling the photos, it would probably pay for itself in a major event or two. It's like having your own news helicopter that can get closer to the action than a real helicopter (and doesn't require a pilot). The only problem is that there aren't any legal guidelines yet when it comes to privately owned drones. So if you had one of these, how would you use it? Would you try to sell photos to news organizations? Spy on people? Just fly it for the joy of flying?
[url=http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/uptown/drone-captures-e-harlem-explosion-scene-video-article-1.1719988]Here's the footage that the drone took.[/url] I'm surprised at how steady the camera is.