More drone than most of us will ever need
DJI has a chokehold on the consumer drone market, and it’s leveraging that dominance to try and establish itself as the clear leader for commercial drones used by professionals as well. When it introduced the Inspire 1 back in November of 2014, the company said it was trying to bridge the gap between hobbyists and Hollywood. The Inspire 1 was expensive, but not totally out of reach for the average consumer.
DJI now has several very powerful drones you can purchase which sit below the Inspire in cost. The Mavic Pro and the Phantom 4 Pro both offer footage that would work for anything but really high-end movie making. So today the company is rolling out the Inspire 2, a revamped version of its high-end model, now aimed squarely at professional filmmakers.