Autel Robotics has launched two new drone series: the EVO Nano and the EVO Lite. Each new flyer is intended for pilots of a specific skill level. The ultra-lightweight EVO Nano looks to be one of the most capable beginner-class drones ever made.
EVO Nano Series from Autel Robotics features powerful aerial photography capabilities packed in a compact, foldable, palm-sized frame. Even with its small form factor, the EVO Nano's 40MP camera is capable of recording smooth cinematic 4K HDR video in challenging conditions.
Experience a new level of image quality thanks to a supersensitive 50MP camera equipped with a 1/1.28-inch CMOS sensor. The camera adopts an RYYB color filter array design, which absorbs 40% more light than traditional RGGB arrays, allowing you to capture natural scenery in all its glory.
Autel Robotics EVO Nano+ is packed with a 1/1.28-inch CMOS sensor for 50MP photos. The Nano+ offers superior noise reduction capabilities and the power to effortlessly produce quality images in low-light conditions thanks to its RYYB color filter array design with a large fixed aperture of f/1.9.
Autel Robotics EVO Nano is equipped with a 48MP camera that can record ultra sharp 4K/30fps video. Paired with a three-axis mechanical gimbal to prevent vibration, the Nano provides everything you need to ensure your footage is smooth and stable no matter how rough the conditions.
Autel has launched its new EVO Nano and EVO Light drones, which are aimed at competing with DJI’s line of compact, lightweight drones. Autel is perhaps the most direct rival DJI has in the consumer drone space, and that rivalry just got a bit more intense.
Both models offer one-click automated shooting modes through the app, along with MovieMaster, Autel’s process for quickly editing footage from your drone together into a final movie. You can stream the camera’s view to your smartphone with a range of up to 6.2 miles at 2.7K resolution at 30 frames per second with the boastful claim of “no lags”.
Now Autel plans another launch for this fall with some new mini additions to the lineup: the Evo Nano and Evo Nano+ ultralight drones, the first ones in their class to come with an obstacle avoidance feature.
Autel Robotics has announced its smallest and lightest drones yet. Weighing only 249g, Autel EVO Nano drone series provides three-way obstacle avoidance with binocular vision sensors. It comes in two options: the Nano, which features a 1/2-inch CMOS camera sensor, and the Nano+, which is equipped with a 1/1.28-inch CMOS sensor. The maximum flight time is 28 minutes.