It's far more autistic to refuse to understand that some people find it irritating. It's a good example because it is someone acting entitled to impact others experience with an activity thematically opposed to it.
I actually like drones, I'm working in getting a pilots license. But it really represents a huge user conflict for natural areas and needs to be handled considerately. A high pitched buzzing (even a quiet one) that draws your attention to something in the complete opposite spirit of "getting away from it all" that is potentially taking videos of you really is a problem.
I don't understand why drone cultists feel so entitled to impact other people's /out/ experience. If it's annoying people it's annoying people and you or your clan are doing it wrong.