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Autel Robotics EVO
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. It records faster, smoother, and cleaner footage with speeds up to 100mbps in an H.264 but also H.265 codec allowing for uninterrupted web streaming with minimal buffering. 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! EVO includes a remote controller which houses a 3.3-inch OLED screen providing you with critical flight information or a live 720p HD video feed letting you see the camera view without the need for a mobile device.
Download the free Autel Explorer app available for Apple iOS or Android devices and connect to the remote controller and gain access to more advanced settings and autonomous flight features like Dynamic Track, Viewpoint, Orbit, VR first person view and Waypoint mission planning. EVO is backed by a full One Year and 7-day-a-week Customer Support. Bundle Includes: Shoulder Bag to hold EVO and Accessories 2 EVO Batteries 4 Pairs of EVO Propellers EVO aircraft Remote Controller Power Cable Charger Micro-USB Cable USB-C Cable Intelligent battery with 30 minutes of flight time per charge 32-GB MicroSD card to record 1-hour of 4K video