I am a certified remote pilot under part 107 by the FAA. I have an FAA license and my drone is licensed too. I also have to license the drone with the state of Minnesota just like any vehicle or aircraft. I have special insurance. I have to recertify my FAA license every two years. With testing, licenses and insurance it costs me about $2 a day just to own the drone. I do not charge extra to shoot with the drone. I look at it as one more camera. A very expensive camera.
My current drone is a DJI Mavic 2 Pro. The camera is a video and still camera by Hasselblad. It is capable of 4K video. The battery is good for about 25 minutes and I have two batteries. It is controlled by a remote control and tablet. I can legally fly up to 400' vertically and horizontally as far as the signal will go. It's about 2000 feet in any direction. It will automatically return to home if the signal is lost. The drone has six-way obstacle avoidance sensors which are not foolproof. There is a good drone repair shot in the Twin Cities. I'm cheap. Repairs aren't.
The drone gets shots you can't get any other way. Yes, it's just a camera, but it can add the extra 'wow' to a video that really makes it special.