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Professional Drones

Welcome to our dedicated section for professional-grade drones, engineered to meet the exacting standards of aerial experts. In this category, we delve into the world of cutting-edge UAVs designed to deliver precision, reliability, and advanced capabilities for a range of specialized applications. Whether you’re a seasoned aerial photographer, surveyor, filmmaker, or industrial operator, here you’ll find in-depth insights, reviews, and recommendations tailored to elevate your professional endeavors.

Our “Professional Drones” category is your gateway to a world of aerial technology engineered to meet the demands of professionals across a spectrum of industries. Explore the latest advancements and choose the perfect drone to take your aerial endeavors to new heights.

DJI Mavic 3

DJI Mavic 3 Review

In their description for the DJI Mavic 3, they use this line – Imaging Above Everything. The inclusion of a Hasselblad 4/3 CMOS camera backs this claim.

Hasselblad is the leader in digital cameras and lenses. Thus, if aerial shooting is your thing, you should get the Mavic 3.

The Mavic 3 comes in three packages. First, there is the DJI Mavic 3, which we are reviewing here.

The second package is the Mavic 3 Fly More Combo, which is costlier by several hundreds of dollars. It comes with three batteries, a convertible bag, filters set and a charging hub.

The third one is the Cine Premium Combo, which comes with all the things that the Fly Combo comes with. It also has extras such as built-in storage of up to 1TB SSD and Apple ProRes 422 HQ recording.

This one is costly at $2800 more than the Mavic 3, but many people agree that the features and functions justify the price.

Back to our Mavic 3 review, what are some of the downsides that you should know? One of them is the cost! The features notwithstanding, the price is simply too steep for many drone enthusiasts.

The second downside is that while this drone has so many advanced features, most of them are locked, so they will be activated in future. This means you cannot use them right now.
DJI Mavic 3
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Swellpro SplashDrone 4

Swellpro SplashDrone 4 Review

If you are looking for a drone that is weatherproof in the true meaning of that word – snow, rain and waterproof, do not look any further than the SwellPro SplashDrone 4.

As you can guess, the “4” in this case stands for the fourth drone in a series. So yes, there is a SplashDrone 3. You can read our review for it.

If you already have the SplashDrone 3, you might be wondering what extras the 4 comes with. There are substantial differences. For instance, the flight range is three times longer, the payload is heavier and the flight time is almost ten minutes longer.

The SplashDrone 4 also has better specs than the SwellPro Fisherman. Of course, it also costs more money than its predecessors do, but no cost is too high if there are enough features to back it up.

Swellpro SplashDrone 4
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DJI FPV Racing Drone Combo Review

If you want a powerful drone that can rip through the air, offers an immersive FPV experience through VR goggles and has emergency brake to name but just a few, try the DJI FPV drone combo.

Sure, it is going to cost you a substantial amount of money and in fact, we count that as one of its downsides. However, you know it is not too much to pay if the quadcopter has features to justify the price.

Besides, this is not a regular standalone DJI drone with a remote controller, battery and drone. It is an FPV racing drone combo with VR goggles. In addition, it has low latency during transmission, thanks to DJI’s Ocusync low latency transmission technology.

Keep reading to see other features that this DJI FPV combo package comes with.
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DJI Mavic Air 2

DJI Mavic Air 2 Review

Since the establishment of the DJI drone making company in 2006, they have been pursuing perfection in consumer drones. Today, they are the biggest producer of consumer drones. Among their flagship products, the Mavic Air stands tall, so tall that they had to release a Mavic Air 2.

Available for preorder by early May but set for official release for mid-May 2020, enthusiasts expected it to be much better and more advanced than its predecessor the Mavic Air, which we reviewed here some time back. Some of the outstanding features of the first Air were the 4K camera and the Active Track system that collected data for the surroundings. Read on to see what the second Air comes with and whether it is worth the price at which they sell it.

DJI Mavic Air 2
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Autel Evo 2

Autel Evo 2 Review

There are so many things to write home about this drone. For example, offhand, it has some eye catching things such as 9000 meters of FPV range and remote controller range, 40 minutes of flight time, high capacity controller battery, high speeds of 15m/s and obstacle detection are just some of them. Of course, like any other drone, it also has a few downsides to it. We shall look at all these things, including the design and build quality, camera, flight functions and many more in greater detail.

Something important that you should note is that the Evo 2 is one in a series of Evo 2 drones. The others that you can buy include Evo 2 Pro, Evo 2 Combo, Evo 2 Pro Combo and Evo 2 Dual Combo. They cost different prices and they have different features.
Autel Evo 2
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