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The best camera drones are far more than the simple toys they used to be. They’re now used widely by both amateur and professional photographers because they can reach areas and shoot from angles that regular cameras can’t. They allow aerial photography and videography of landscapes, buildings, and events that previously required the use of a helicopter, a small plane or a crane.

The Best Drones in 2020 for Wedding Photography have evolved greatly since the first ready-to-fly model went on sale ten years ago – and a decade on drones are now everywhere. Every drone on this list has a camera supported by a powered gimbal, which counteracts the vibration from the propellers. Sensor size is still an issue for photographers, but there are options depending on your needs.

Drones used specifically for aerial photography and video recording are naturally going to be higher-quality (and price tag) than those used by beginners or hobbyists. So before you invest money on a drone for your photography research, know what you’re buying. Aerial photography for weddings is getting more and more popular. We spent hours researching what would be the best flying camera drone Cheap & in Budget that could get high up in the air and take beautiful photos and videos of your special day.

DJI Mavic Pro Platinum 2

The DJI Mavic Pro Platinum 2 is the best drone for weddings in 2020 because it has the best flight time (31 mins) and is – importantly – one of the quietest drones on the market. The inbuilt GPS and radar are one of the best on the market and it’s able to keep the drone stable and will land it back at the exact point where it took off.

One reviewer reported pushing this drone up to 1000ft high before chickening out, which is the kind of distance you can only achieve with a drone of this caliber. The camera produces incredible pictures every time and is sure to perfectly capture any outdoor weather event.

Parrot Anafi FPV

The parrot wasn’t really a contender in the high-end aerial video market until the Anafi arrived in mid-2018, but it was definitely worth the wait. Rather than push up prices and weight with sensors of questionable use (and the processing power to handle their data), Parrot leaves the business of avoiding obstacles very much to the customer. In exchange, though, it’s managed to keep the portability and price manageable, helped by the fact a great hard-fabric zip case is included so you’ll be able to shoot just about anywhere.


With a battery life of 22 minutes of flight time, you’ll have plenty of time to capture your images or video of the event. This drone comes with a 2K live adjustable camera, 5G WiFi transmission, “follow me” technology, and folds away into a small and easy to carry bag – perfect if you already have a huge backpack of cameras and lenses to carry with you to a remote spot. MARSMO offers a 12-month warranty, too, so if you have any problems at all they’ll solve it in just 24 hours.

DJI Inspire 2

Released in 2016, the DJI Inspire 2 is made for the professional photographers and cinematographers. Both the price-tag and the complexity of the device are likely enough to push away the average hobbyist or consumer. The DJI Inspire 2 sports two different cameras. One resting underneath the aircraft, offering full 360° camera rotation, and the other top-quality camera in front of the aircraft with an onboard system for image processing that records at up to 5.2K in CinemaDNG RAW, and ProRes recording. It also sports obstacle avoidance on two sides to ensure its safety.

DJI Mavic 2 Zoom

The DJI Mavic 2 Zoom is largely identical to the Mavic 2 Pro, apart from one crucial difference – its camera system. While both drones are incredibly portable, sharing the same lightweight foldable design, and offer a range of high-spec features, the Zoom pairs a smaller 12MP sensor with a 24-48mm optical zoom lens. That means you can capture close-up shots of subjects like people, while still maintaining the safe and legal distance of 50m.

Because of the smaller sensor, image quality doesn’t quite match the Mavic 2 Pro and the f/2.8 aperture is fixed, but photos and videos are still more than good enough for professional use. The real boon is that zoom lens, which unlocks a world of creative shooting potential. The range is good, distortion minimal and control is intuitive via the partner app. On top of that, you get all of the intelligent flight modes you’d expect from a DJI drone, including Active Track and Hyperlapse, as well as decent 30-minute flight time. If you want a drone with zoom, this is the one for you.