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Autel Robotics EVO Drone Camera, Portable Folding Aircraft with Remote Controller, Captures Incredibly Smooth 4K 60fps Ultra HD Video and 12MP Photos
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- EVO's powerful camera is the choice pick for award winning cinematographers and photographers. Boasting 60 frames per second for buttery smooth 4k resolution footable, it records faster, smoother, and cleaner than any other compact, foldable drone.
- The world’s best compact and foldable drone, you can take your EVO with you anywhere. You are ensured a safe and crash-free flight with our dual GPS/GLONASS satellite positioning and advanced computer vision systems. You can even access live HD footage while flying your EVO via the free Autel Explorer App.
- Always fly with confidence with an intuitive 3.3 inch OLED display controller remote. Its one-touch action buttons can control the drone up to 4.3 miles away!
- Customer service is available 7-days a week and waiting to assist you at your every need. We care about you and will ensure you have the best experience possible both before, during, and after your EVO purchase.
- Included In Package: EVO aircraft Remote Controller Power Cable Charger Micro-USB Cable USB-C Cable Intelligent battery with 30 minutes of flight time per charge Propellers (3 total pairs) 32-GB MicroSD card to record 1-hour of 4K video.
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The evolution of flight has arrived! The Autel Robotics EVO is the world’s best compact and foldable drone, designed to go wherever your adventure takes you. Used by award-winning cinematographers and photographers, EVO's powerful 4K resolution camera boasts 60 frames per second for buttery smooth cinematic video. Using real-glass optics, EVO captures stunning photos at 12 megapixels with a wide dynamic range for more details and color. Integrated advanced computer vision systems provide forward obstacle avoidance, rear obstacle detection and bottom sensors for more accurate landings and stable close proximity flights. EVO even offers failsafe features letting you know when the battery is low and when it’s time to return to home! The Rugged Bundle offers a military-grade hard case that protects your gear from water, dust, and damage. The custom-designed GPC foam insert allows space to carry your EVO aircraft and all its accessories in one case. EVO is backed by a 1-year manufacturers’ and 7 days a week technical support.
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I have included some pictures so you can compare the Mavic Pro and EVO.
Over the years I have learned many things about drones and how to get the best photography out of them in different situations. It seems that Autel was also learning and they have really blown my socks off with the Evo.
Let me give you the reasons why you would buy an EVO over a Mavic Pro or Pro 2. And some of the reasons why you might want to buy the MP2 over the Evo.
The Pros of the Autel EVO:
1) The camera is absolutely stunning and can do 4K at 60 FPS. Even the Mavic Pro 2 (MP2) can only do 30 FPS@4K. If your going to look on YouTube for comparisons which I suggest you do, you will find the EVO is compared to the $1500 MP2 Hasselblad camera carrying drone and it's always a close call. I have been comparing the footage I have taken with my friends MP2 vs the EVO and it's really hard to find the differences. I would say the MP2 has slight edge in video quality but not a $500 edge. If your expecting to see a noticeable difference you wont. You can only see a slight difference when they are put side by side. Now you can forget the Mavic Pro Platinum or Mavic Air which are closer in price to the EVO, it just blows them out of the water in every way. On a personal note I also like the wider field of view the Evo offers over the Mavic and MP2 and the durability of the gimbal.
2) Thank God there is no DJI Nanny Service with the Autel EVO. Now this is a big one! We should all fly safe and make sure we are in areas that we are allowed to fly in. The problem is DJI carries this to the 10th degree of insanity. Almost every DJI owner will tell you of a horror story of taking the Drone out to some location and finding out that DJI has mapped it into some sort of Red Zone. You might find out there was a 1960's landing field half a mile away that is now covered in grass, but it's still on DJI's mapping system. They have no idea in China what changes have been made, so they just throw everything that might be a No Fly Zone (NFZ) into the list. DJI also tracks all your flights and stores them in their database. In order to bypass the NFZ and fly you need the connected phones internet connection and then need to enter your credit card number and accept responsibility. Sometimes this works and sometimes it still won't let you fly and cell phone data service may be spotty in the remote locations and does anybody really feel comfortable sending their Credit Card Info to China?
Autel on the other hand has left the idea of flying responsibly into the hands of the Pilot.
You do not have NFZ's built into the system. You do not have to register the drone before you can use it. You do not have to have the latest firmware and NFZ list before you can fly it. You are in complete control. This is absolutely the deal maker for me because nothing is worst than driving for two hours to get to a great location only to find out you cannot even use your drone.
3) Construction and built quality on the EVO is just better. It feels really solid and the Gimbal for the camera is just so good for a drone in this price range. The remote controls OLED display is crisp and bright and just so much better than DJI standard controller (see included pictures).
4) You don't need a phone or tablet attached to fly the Evo. It's built in OLED display is small but it looks great and works perfectly. If you want to use your phone or tablet you can still use them but in case your phones flight app craps out or the batter dies on your phone with the Evo a simple button press and you have video on the controller.
5) Speed and battery life: The Evo is just as fast as the Mavic Pro at about 40mph but slightly slower than the MP2 which can do 44mph. The battery life is supposed to be about 30 min on the Evo. I got about 27 min which is about the same as the Mavic and MP2. What I did find is that vertical ascents on the Evo seems much faster than the Mavics. Also the Evo seems to acquire GPS lock a lot better than the DJI drones and the precision auto return landing (RTH) is better on the Evo. It consistently lands within a few inches of the take off point.
6) It's made in America and from everything I have read the service is fantastic and people say there warranty process is first rate.
Reasons why you might want to get the Mavic Pro or MP2
1) The main reason would be third party addons. DJI has a good 18 month lead on Autel, so there are many more third party addons for the Mavic series. The thing is I have never used any of them except ND filters and Carrying cases. Autel already has both of those for the EVO!
2) Range: The Mavic Pro has a range of 4.3 miles and the MP2 has an insane range of 11 miles. The Evo specifies a range of 4.3 miles. One thing to note with all of these is that just because the Drone can fly that far away doe not mean the battery life will allow you to fly that far. Wind can be a killer when flying a drone. You can use 30% of your battery power flying out with the wind and consume 60% trying to fight the wind on the return leg. I have never felt comfortable going more than 2 miles on any flight, mainly because the idea is not to just fly out in straight line, it's to look around and see and film things. If range is critical than the MP2 is the clear winner.
3) That slightly better edge in picture quality might be important to you, but you have to weigh the $500 extra and live with the DJI Nanny service that comes with it.
3) The DJI App is more mature and feature rich. Some of this might be useful for certain situations so it is something to consider. I find the Autel software has everything I need, you may have other needs that are not in the Autel software.
If I was just throwing my bag together to go on a Trip and could only carry one drone it would be the Evo over any DJI drone. The simple reason is that I know it will fly when I want it to fly and knowing that is key to my photography work. While I highly recommend the Autel Evo I suggest you look at some good review videos on YouTube.
One important thing, don't waste your time watching videos or reading reviews on the Evo that are older than 5 months. A lot of changes to the software have been added since it was released over a year ago. Features have been added including numerous flight modes, much better range and even stuff like Ludicrous speed. Also the camera has been tweaked for better performance.
Talked to Autel factory they don't understand why I did not get a handbag with my drone they are saying that all drones should have one as they are shipped from the factory with one
The drone itself is amazing. I love this little thing, which is why the battery failure is VERY disappointing. It flies so well, and easily. It's darned near impossible to crash. I have used the Go Home function twice, to test it, and once because I couldn't figure out how to get it back home. There is very little instruction on how to use the drone, which is just bad on Autel. The user manual leaves out a lot of functionality, that I have had to discover in flight.
-The camera images and video are so crisp and clear. I am very impressed. Detail is lost, when zooming. The more you zoom in, the lower the image quality. Zooming not covered in the user manual. I had to figure it out.
-The drone is quiet.
-It's very fast, since it can go as fast as 44 mph.
-One of the times I used the home feature, a car had parked close to where the drone originally took off. When it tried to land, it sensed the car roof, and aborted the land, and just hovered over the car. Had it tried to land on the roof of the car, it would have partially been on and off, causing a crash. I paused the function and took back over control. Again, impressed that I didn't crash my $1000 drone because of it.
-There are three different control modes, that change how the thumb sticks work. You aren't stuck to a default thumb stick operation. I am a gamer, and found that mode 3 is very like a first person shooter control. This made it easier to learn how to fly the Evo.
-The follow feature loses target easily when lighting changes, such as the target moving into shade, from sunlight. If the target walks close to an "obstacle", i.e. near a tree, the drone will sense the tree branches and discontinue the follow, instead of going around the obstacle.
-The automated flight features, like the follow, are not covered in the user manual. They aren't easy to find in the app either. It took me several flight sessions to figure out how to use them.
-Their are a lot of things in the app. Basic features are intuitive. More complex, you have to dig around.
I imagine Autel will fix the "smart battery" issues I am experiencing, but I guess it takes guinea pigs like me, to find their bugs, so they can fix them.
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