Ellie McCutcheon

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  1. Passing along details about the upcoming regional Women Who Drone event in San Francisco. It's 7 - 9:30pm on August 6th, 2019 at DroneDeploy, and the guest speaker will be DroneDeploy's CEO Mike Winn! Join us for an evening of sharing new trends, good data practices, and first-hand experiences in the field of Drones and UAV mapping. Additionally, we will showcase several short drone films from Women Who Drone's community of Drone Pilots and, of course, our raffle for a Drone lesson! There's also ample time for networking with other Bay Area women who are interested in drones for mapping, photos/videos, FPV racing, etc. The goal of the event is to get more women excited to enter the drone industry, though all genders are welcome. Early bird tickets are $8. Some food included. Hope to see you there! -- Schedule: 7:00 - 7:30pm: Networking (snacks and drinks provided) 7:30 - 8:00pm: WWD presentation 8:00 - 8:15pm: WWD Ambassadors screenings 8:15 - 8:30pm: Guest Speaker 8:30 - 8:45pm: Q+A 8:45 - 9:30pm: Raffle + Networking
  2. I also wonder if the Mavic 2 Pro might meet your needs. I have both the Mavic 2 and the Inspire with Zenmuse X7, and end up choosing to use my Mavic 2 over the Inspire more than I thought I would. I do think it has all of the features yo mentioned as liking in the Inspire 2. You can use apps like Litchi to set waypoints and fly autonomous same routes. The Mavic 2 Pro is easier/quicker to launch and set up, especially if you're doing it from an airboat. You also can get almost the same battery life as the Inspire 2 at 20-25 minutes, while also having to carry fewer batteries with you in the field (since the inspire 2 you need 2 batteries per flight). If you need super SUPER high quality images and/or interchangeable lenses, then the Inspire 2 is still your better option. Not sure I can contribute to your focal length question as I haven't done much photo stitching. But the Mavic 2 is great.