No. Inexperienced drone companies tend to just capture wide angle video of the structure and then spend a lot of time reviewing it, trying to extract some useful data for the client. This is a very slow process and will neither yield professional results nor allow very much ‘real time’ observations. Light source angles, shadows, reflections and depth of field, all need to be considered in order to deliver the best and most revealing results from an inspection.
In short, close-up High-Res still images taken from a stable, professionally piloted UAV, will deliver the best detailed inspection report possible.