Since the launch of the EVO II series, it's been somewhat flying under the radar, but I was able to get my hands on the EVO II Pro and compare it to the DJI Mavic 2 Pro. The results might surprise you.
Autel Evo 2 and Autel Evo 2 Pro are based on the same foldable airframe, so have the same performance specifications. The difference is in the camera, EVO II comes in 3 separate camera modules and all three cameras are interchangeable.
Autel offering EVO 2 in three powerful variants (EVO II 8K, Pro and Dual), three drones all are based on the same aircraft but equipped a different camera module.The standard EVO II comes with an 1/2" camera that’s capable of shooting 8K video and 48MP stills. The EVO 2 Pro features a 1" sensor that has an adjustable aperture and can shoot 6K video. And finally, the EVO 2 Dual is equipped with a FLIR Boson sensor (thermal imaging) and the same 8K camera that comes with the standard model.
Autel EVO II launched Dynamic Track 2.0. With Autel patented Dynamic Track 2.0, you can follow subjects autonomously around obstacles at high speeds, detection and recognizes up to 64 subjects, and track the subject in three modes: behind, side-by-side, or fixed position.
As we saw in our Autel Evo 2 vs Skydio 2comparison, the Skydio weighs less, but the Evo II has a foldable design, so for the Skydio you will need a case if you want to transport it more easily. As for the camera, the Evo 2 has an incredibly good and unique 8K capable drone. 1-8x digital zoom also is awesome. Come to the flight features, Autel Evo 2 have a longer flight time and farther extend the range also have more flight mode like Dynamic track and Omnidirectional obstacle avoidance.