Washington, United States, May 9, 2022– Autel Robotics has announced firmware and software updates for the EVO Nano Series, EVO Lite Series, and the Autel Sky App. These updates add new features, including Dynamic Tracking for the EVO Lite, and Electronic Image Stabilization for the EVO Lite Series, as well as other improvements.
These new software and firmware features are available now for the EVO Lite and Lite+ drones (V1.3.27), and for Nano and Nano+ drones (V1.3.26). Please refer to the Autel Robotics website for full details.
Dynamic tracking support for EVO Lite
EVO Lite now supports personal dynamic tracking, joining the EVO Lite+ which already has this capability. The drone camera automatically tracks and follows a person – keeping them in the frame and making perfectly-framed long action shots easier than ever. Now the drone is like a personal helicopter camera crew that’s small enough to fold into a backpack. Controlled by the Autel Sky App, Dynamic Track offers various shooting modes for smart following, and control of safety features like object avoidance.
Image Stabilization, four-axis gimbal, and 60fps video sending
The new Electronic Image Stabilization feature for the EVO Lite Series keeps the image rock-steady, even in difficult conditions. This feature is available when the drone is hovering and shooting in Hyperlapse Mode. The EVO Lite also gains a full-resolution vertical screen shooting mode with its 4-axis gimbal. The EVO Nano and Lite series can now also take advantage of an enhanced user interface that integrates into Shoot, Video, and Pro mode, putting professional parameter settings at your fingertips. Finally, the Autel Sky App gains a 60fps option for video transmission.
EVO Nano+ optimizations and improvements
For the EVO Nano+, Autel has optimized wind resistance performance and flight control gimbal stability. The update also addresses and fixes other Nano+ issues, including a DNG file color error, a photo number display error in the App, an auto exposure lock error in the camera, errors in Hyperlapse, and other minor camera issues.