Getting your camera up in the air is challenging, but something more and more companies are trying to do. This full-sized hex-rotor drone is burly enough to handle a full-frame DSLR with a lens, which means you can do real drone photography from the sky without having to cheat and use a GoPro.
It has retractable landing gears and a very rigid frame to try and keep things as smooth and easy to operate as possible. You can also add all kinds of necessary accessories to it, like a gimbal for steadying the camera.
And while we didn't get to fly it, it is supposed to be pretty simple to operate, which is good, because sending an expensive DSLR up on a drone can be very nerve-wracking.
While it's cool to see this technology becoming more widely available, it's still not cheap, checking in over $5,000, even before you add any of the accessories that make drone photography workable.