Autel EVO Max 4N is ahead of all commercial drones with its excellent camera performance, especially when patrolling at night, the ultra-clear visualization experience brought by the starlight sensor is second to none. Here we will explain, when Autel EVO MAX 4N is in different environments, the imaging differences presented by the wide-angle camera, thermal imager and starlight camera.
Autel EVO Max 4N Camera Sensor Explained
Autel EVO Max 4N is a multi-sensor camera drone with starlight night vision, wide-angle camera, thermal imager and full laser rangefinder. The wide-angle camera provides a 0.8-inch sensor and supports 50MP photo shooting, the thermal imager provides 640*512@30fps thermal image video, and the starlight night vision provides 23MP photos, which can operate under lighting conditions as low as 0.0001 Lux.
Wide-angle cameras rely on capturing light to form images. Thermal cameras detect the heat radiated by objects and do not need light. Starlight night vision uses near-infrared imaging, which is infrared imaging. It neither obtains thermal information nor passes through light, but there must be light in the shooting environment, even if it is very weak.
Autel EVO MAX 4N Camera Night Imaging Demonstration
As we can see in the video, the superior Starlight camera offers unrivaled performance in the dark, making it an important choice for nighttime surveys, emergency response and other critical missions requiring superior visibility. With its advanced features and capabilities, the Autel Max 4N is the ultimate night drone for commercial applications.