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The main features of the Mavic 2 Enterprise Edition is the ability to add a flashing strove beacon, external loudspeakers and a spotlight (all of which come with the drones). In addition, they have the following features not found on standard Mavic 2 drones:
- 24GB on-board storage (compared to the standard Mavic 2's 8 GB)
- Password-protected data: A password is needed to take off or to access the 24GB on-board storage, ensuring that the data stays safe, even if the drone falls into the wrong hands.
- GPS timestamping: GPS timestamping records the time and GPS coordinates of when and where images are taken.
- *Self-heating battery: Allows the drone to perform reliably in adverse weather conditions as low as -10 Celsius (14 Fahrenheit).
* Please Note: Although the Mavic 2 Enterprise drones come with self-heating batteries, they can also use the less expensive, non-self-heating standard Mavic 2 batteries. A standard Mavic 2 Pro or Zoom can also use the more expensive Mavic 2 Enterprise self-heating batteries.
The difference is the cameras on both drone editions with the Enterprise Zoom being able to zoom in on subjects but only having a 12 MP still camera. The Enterprise Dual has 2 cameras - one with the ability to take still shots with 20 MP resolution and the other one with thermal imaging (neither of which have zoom capabilities).
Although not exactly the same, the Enterprise Zoom's camera is almost the same as the standard Mavic 2 Zoom except that it can zoom in twice as much. Likewise, the Enterprise Dual's camera is strikingly similar to the Mavic 2 Pro with the only difference being a second thermal camera has been added.