Appears they've done some sleight of hand with the editing.
They cut away the drone video, each time the drone flies further and further away to keep the transmitter in the shot.
Looks like they need some work on this.
I don't want to see drones on the slopes. It will cause accidents, and the mountain will be liable. Two skiers shussing along minding their own business, and they both look up to see an object buzzing above them. They collide. Who is at fault?
I just don't see drones covered under an 'act of god' or 'hazards may exist' verbiage..
And - if the mountain can provide drones, why can't my friends and I bring our own? We bring our own cameras, after all.
It will be Droners vs non-Droners - (People who own and operate drones - I just coined that phrase for all eternity on the internet).
Some mountains will allow drones, some will not.
Alta for example, will not allow drones while Taos and others will give in to pressure as their revenues decline.