For good quality mid-level aerial photography and video of weddings, real-estate & inspecting e.g. roofs or towers, especially when optical zoom is beneficial. Important to note that, aside from the cameras they carry, both Mavic 2 drones (Zoom and Pro) are identical to each other in terms of specs. Also note that video transmission in Australia is limited to 5km (but for most, this is way more than enough).
Will – DFH tech team
If you’re looking for a portable drone with a great camera, then the Mavic 2 series is pretty tough to beat. You’ll be hard-pressed to find another compact drone with comparable features — especially if you look outside of DJI’s fleet. Really, the Mavic 2’s only card-carrying competitors are other DJI drones.
If your main goal is capturing amazing footage, then you might want to consider DJI’s Inspire 2. It’s bigger, more expensive, and far less portable, but it can carry a more powerful camera.
If you’re on a tighter budget and you don’t necessarily need the top-tier video performance or obstacle avoidance that the Mavic 2 line provides, then DJI’s Mavic Air is still a solid choice - significantly cheaper, yet are still capable of shooting 4K video and auto-dodging obstacles. They’re just not quite as robust as the new Mavic 2 Pro and Zoom in those regards.
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