Mavic Pro: 999$
Mavic Pro 2: 1749$
Pretty much the same. The flight time is stated to be about 30min, but we all know that the mavics don't last that long. Best at constant flying you will have about 20min.
One of the new features of the Mavic Pro two is its versatile obstacle avoidance. While the previous model only had two cameras and barely could avoid anything, the Mavic Pro 2 comes with 6 cameras and can follow in Active Track seamlessly.
One of the best additions to the Mavic is its 1 billion colors recogniction via a Hassalbad camera. In the past year, DJI partnered with Hassalbad and encouperated the camera into the drone. This an impressive feat because the previous model could only detect 16 million colors.
Also the Mavic Pro 2 got an upgrade in speed which now allows it to travel 72kph instead of the previous 65kph.
The Iso range is the range of light that the camera can see. Decreasing it allows the drone to see in the dark but comes at the cost of grainy photos.
The Mavic Pro 2 has a range of 100-12800 ISO while the Mavic Pro only has a range of 100-3200.
Both drones can create photos of very high dynamic ranges for common droner. The ability for each drone to be fold-up allows for ease of carry and verbatim use. The Mavic Pro is a great drone and if you are willing to spend a little more the Mavic Pro 2 is entirely worth it. The range of colors and the ISO makes the drone perfect for common use. It really depends how much you are willing to spend for the drone. But both are 100% worth it.
If you want to fly your drone for purposes under than a hobby, such as for
profit, then you will have to acquire the FAA part 107 Drone License if you want to
legally make a profit. First off, you must be at least 16 years and be a US citizen
with no health conditions that can impair your flight. The main obstacle to getting the
license is taking the test which consists of a 60 question multiple choice test with 2 hours to take it. For studying, you can refer to this link https://northrup.photo/free-faa-part-107-suas-drone-certification-study-guide/.
For studying, I highly recommend this course from Drone Launch Academy
You can register for the test through CATS testing and after doing so, will have to pay $160 or $150 if you are already registered with the FAA. After passing the test, you
then have to follow the instructions given to you. You should get a temporary certificate 1-2 weeks after the test and your full license 4-6 weeks after.
Good luck on you getting your drone license!
Recently there has been a surge in the drone market. Based on the latest data, the FAA predicts the commercial drone market will triple over the next five years, hitting 835,000 aircraft by 2023.
The two leading drone manufactures of drones are DJI and Yunecc
Both companies offer a wide range of specialized drones for a variety of occasions.
Both companies have a wide selection of drones. In addition to the consumer market, DJI and Yunecc produce drones for Commercial Modeling and Professional Movie Photography. Some drones like Matrice 1 and the H520 have used in Agriculture, Construction, and 3d Modeling.
In this world, there are two genres of drones: the small, feeble, plastic ones that you can get for 20$ at a local hobby store and the durable, professional drones that look like they come from the future. All this elegance comes at a price that rarely dips below 400$.
The average price of DJI Drone is around 700$. The compact upscaled models like the Mavic 2 and Mavic 1 cost a little over 1000$, and the older Phantom, of course, cost about 500$. The Mavic series is known for its ability to be packed away anywhere due to its size resembling an Ipad mini. While the phantoms are larger, they offer greater stability in windy conditions.
The average price of a Yunecc Drone is about 1300$. While slightly higher in price, most products come with an intuitive touch display to see the pictures in first-person view (FPV). There most popular drone remains the Typhoon H and has gone through many revisions and ultimately gets better in design every year.
This is one of the comparisons that depends on the drone your buying. Most DJI drones have 4k, but the same applies to Yunecc. The one thing I would say about Yunecc is that the Typhoon series has a considerable sensor capable of picking up a broad spectrum of colors. The Mavic, on the other hand, has to be small so it doesn't have the greatest sensor ever.
Nowadays it's just assumed if you buy a drone over about 600$ it will have 4k. And DJI has recently pioneered a drone series that can take 6k photos with an X5 camera. This is the Inspire Series.