The Autel EVO 2 Series drone would be your answer if you’re looking for a high-end, professional drone that offers some top-notch specs. However, there are more than one EVO II drones. Now Let's find out what's the difference between them.
All three models of the EVO II (Standard, Pro and Dual) leverage the same aircraft body with only the camera payloads varying from model to model.
The EVO II Standard offers a good 10-kilometer range, a 40-minute flight time, and a 48-megapixel camera stabilized by a 3-axis gimbal. It’s the first consumer drone to offer videos at an impressive 8K resolution.
The EVO II Pro Enterprise bundle includes a camera payload containing a 20MP 1-inch CMOS sensor with up to 16x digital zoom, capable of filming in 6K video resolution.
Autel’s EVO II Dual 640T Enterprise Bundle equips a dual thermal and visual camera payload, significantly increasing the operational capabilities. The visual camera is a 48MP ½-inch CMOS sensor capable of shooting video in up to 8k resolution. Jointly, a 640×512 thermal imaging sensor captures detailed images and recordings of radiometric data.
|Features||Autel EVO II||Autel EVO II Pro||Autel EVO II Dual|
|Sensor||½” CMOS||1-inch CMOS||½” CMOS FLIR BOSON thermal sensor|
|Sensor Resolution||48 MP Quad Bayer||20 MP||20MP (Optical) 640*512 (thermal)|
|Photo resolution||48 MP||20 MP||20 MP|
|Video Resolution||8K/25p 6K/30p 4K/60p||6K/30p 4K/60p HD/120p||6K/30p 4K/60p HD/120p|
|Zoom||8x – 4x lossless||8x – 3x lossless||8x – 2x lossless|
|ISO range||Video – 100 to 6400 Photo – 100 to 3200||Video – 100 to 6400 Photo – 100 to 12,800||Video – 100 to 6400 Photo – 100 to 12,800|