To mark its status as an $8 billion company, drone-maker DJI has just opened its first flagship store in China. The dramatic 8,600 square foot glass-and-metal building is located on the harbor in DJI's home town of Shenzhen, and features a theater, lounge and high-ceiling test area. Naturally, the company has display area for its various drones, including the Phantom 3, Inspire 1 and Matrice 100, and will also demo its Ronin handheld gimbal and 4K Osmo camera. If you're hoping to fly one yourself, however, DJI's own pilots -- not the public -- will take the controls.
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