http://www.faa.gov/news/press_releases/ ... wsId=17194 The FAA has announced approval of operations for six companies that film with flying cameras. In my opinion though, creating a new law that does not yet exist. The approval comes with each company having a fully licensed private pilot for the flying camera. Excuse me? But I'm not aware of any new law that requires an owner of a remote controlled aircraft to have such a license. The companies also agreed to fly within the confines of the "sterile area", what ever that means, line of sight and never at night. It seems to me that the FAA is still demanding that drone operators follow their strict guidelines or be fined under non existing laws. There are no laws in the USA requiring an RCMA pilot to have a valid pilot's license. So why is the FAA making commercial business's get a licensed pilot?