No, it is the wrong conclusion. Classical equations and laws emerge from the quantum mechanical ones in a mathematically consistent way, similar to how thermodynamics, which has its special mathematics framework,emerges from statistical mechanics.
Photons built up the classical electromagnetic wave in a superposition of their quantum mechanical wavefunctions and this can be proven within quantum field theory.
In general, the underlying level is quantum mechanical , and the classical emerges from this level.
There is nothing wrong with an operator interpretation of the equations of quantum mechanics , which as far as the probabilities are concerned , are quite deterministic. The indeterminacy in the classical variables for positioning particles does not make anything wrong, because the indeterminacy is for very small values, comensurate to the Planck constant h. The variables in the classical range obey the Heisenberg uncertainty so there is no contradiction.