Autel Evo II Dual provides the first and only high-res thermal camera in a compact drone. We've put everything you need to get started with your EVO II Dual right here. If you still have questions browse the topics on the left.
What camera sensor does the EVO II Dual use?
Visible light camera: 1/2-inch CMOS image sensor, 48M effective pixels, supporting 8K video recording. This camera supports 4K-30fps, 1080p-30fps and 720p-30fps. Max image size is 8000 x 6000. When recording in dual simultaneous mode, 720p-30fps is the output. Refresh rate is set to 30-hertz.
Is the EVO II Dual waterproof?
No. Most drones aren’t waterproof and precipitation of any kind can damage the camera and gimbal, short out a motor, or cause other malfunctions to the drone or controller. If your drone does get caught in the rain or snow, land it as soon as possible. Make sure to dry off the props and body of the drone. In particularly cold weather, be aware that any moisture in the gimbal pads can freeze, which can impact the quality of your aerial footage.
What is the maximum flight time of the EVO II Dual?
In a steady environment, the max flight time can reach up to 38 minutes.Absolutely no geo-fencing · 5.5 mi transmission range · Dual thermal & visible sensors
Is EVO II Dual compatible with the LiveDeck?
This drone is compatible with the LiveDeck system with a simple change of one of the two external antennas. The EVO II drone can broadcast video signal up to 5.5 miles away. The video signal also is broadcasted to the EVO II controller for display on either the onboard 3.3-inch LED screen or to the Autel Explorer mobile application when a mobile device is connected to the controller.
What should I do if the image transmission signal becomes weak during flight?
Check your surroundings for potential interference factors and then adjust the orientation of your antennas to enhance signal strength.