No matter your age or ability, you can fly a drone!
And you immediately say: "not me, no way!" - Well in short, the answer is yes you can. Every single person I have allowed to fly my drone, yes, my drone, every single one answers the same, but in less than 2 minutes they are in awe that they are flying the drone by themselves, and then a big "ooooh I see why you said is true".
Drones have come a long way, competition always drives to better development and competition, but in the drone world there is a company that blew everyone else out,
every time some company comes with something "new" - a week later DJI come out with something 10 X better.
Drone for a while and easy to fly with all the features you want?
Main differences -
I had the Mavic Pro (first Mavic) and very happy with the camera, now the Mavic 2 zoom has an optical zoom, not digital, IT'S GREAT, and even though I want to consider myself as a pro photographer, I am not going to print a poster to be reviewed by professionals, so in my non pro opinion, the quality of the photo and video is just wonderful.
Everything else is the same, sensors, computers, duration, built quality etc.
This drone is built to last. If you are careful and fly without taking risks - flying too far, or were you can't see the drone. - it should last a long time for you. use it at least once a month, to maintain batteries in good shape.
Here is the email I sent to the gentleman on the beach that learned to fly in 2 minutes.
SO - YES you can fly a drone - is an amazing piece of engineering that you will enjoy for a long time. If you want a smaller one, practical for travels, try the Mavic Air,
barely the size of a large smart phone, as stable as the Mavic Pro zoom, bot no zoom, and not all the anti collision sensors. just front and back.
If you are investing in a nice toy to enjoy, get the ZOOM and 2 batteries. Done.