DJI is the first name in drones, largely due to the success of its iconic Phantom series. But the Phantom's rigid design has given way to the more modern, folding Mavic family. The first Mavic Pro made videographers rethink what a small drone can do. It's been joined by other small models, but the Mavic 2 represents DJI's true successor to its flagship compact aircraft. There are two models available—the Mavic 2 Zoom ($1,249), which we're reviewing here, and the Mavic 2 Pro ($1,499), which doesn't zoom, but has a higher-quality camera. The Pro earns our Editors' Choice, but the Zoom is an excellent aircraft in its own right.