The root of such contention is fairly clear, of course. DJI and GoPro are more than just newfound drone competitors. The companies are former partners, routinely promoting the other and even working toward building a new drone together — a partnership that apparently soured over profit-sharing concerns. The product that would become the Karma was born out of that aborted partnership. Now, less than a fortnight after Karma’s unveiling comes DJI’s own folding drone, the Mavic Pro.
“We’re glad to have a lot of companies try to compete with us in the business we do, and we never take for granted our position as the market leader,” he explains. “We had to earn it, and we trust our customers to vote with their wallet every single day. We don’t intend to let them down. We intend to keep out innovating for them.”
– DJI’s Spokesman
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