The first thing that comes to mind when I think of Hasselblad is how expensive the gear is, and secondly, the amazing quality of the images, and what you get with the medium format sensor regarding dynamic range and the great colors images taken with the cameras they contain. But when they partnered with DJI with the Mavic Pro 2, image quality seems to be a problem.
In the video, the Mavic Pro 2 seems to be lacking in sharpness compared to the others and to not have that much of a difference in dynamic range Hasselblad is known for. Even if the drone has the latest tech features that make capturing great images fun and easier than before, image quality is the most important aspect for an image-maker and not something we compromise on. Max Yuryev suggests going for the Phantom if portability isn't a factor or getting the Mavic Air as a drone to travel with.
I don't have a drone yet, but I'm in the market for one. If I consider budget and what I would use a drone for, I'd buy the Mavic Air and a new GoPro Hero 7, and it'll be in the same ballpark as I would for the DJI Mavic Pro 2 alone without the Fly-More Kit added, so that's what I'll do.