The Inspire series is no joke. If you're looking for a drone to throw in the minivan to document this summers family vacation, an Inspire should not be your first, or second choice. Weighing in at 6+ pounds, these heavyweights were made for the serious filmmaker. Unique to the Inspire series is the option to choose which Zenmuse camera/gimbal best suits your needs. Additionally, two controllers may be used simultaneously; one to control the drone, and one to operate the camera/gimbal.

  • Performance
  • Camera/Gimbal
  • Portability
  • Price


Inspire 2

A great first drone…not! Well, unless you have deep pockets and to heck with the training wheels. Coming in at $2,999 (not including the camera/gimbal), excluding their enterprise line, the inspire 2 is DJI’s top professional drone. One can see why with a top speed of 58 mph, up to 27 minute flight time (9 minutes longer than Inspire 1 V2.0) and a 4.3 mile control range. Unlike some of DJI’s other drone line upgrades, the Inspire 2 is a completely different drone than its predecessors.

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Inspire 1 V2.0

If you aim to use a drone for more than just Saturday pictures in the park, Inspire 1 V2.0 is where it’s at. This sUAV is made for the professional who is looking to enhance their photography/videography potential. The Inspire 1 V2.0 comes with the Zenmuse X3, but an upgraded Zenmuse camera/gimbal may be used with DJI’s landing gear riser kit. As with other Inspires, two controllers can be simultaneously used; one for the camera, and one for the drone.

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