Autel EVO Nano Series Introduction
The EVO Nano series is Autel's smallest drone to date, developed for drone beginners and a reference for technological advancements in consumer drones.
The Autel EVO Nano series has two drones, EVO Nano and EVO Nano+. The two drones support 4k video recording, 249g body weight, 28 minutes of flight, and 10 kilometers of image transmission. There is no obvious difference in the appearance of the fuselage. The difference is only Exist in drone camera gimbal.
The Nano has a 48MP camera with a 1/2-inch CMOS sensor capable of recording 4K video at 30 frames per second. The Nano+ has an upgraded drone camera lens with a 50MP camera and a 1/1.28-inch sensor. The Nano Plus also adds a RYYB color filter, which emits 40% more light than a standard RGGB filter. The Nano+ features a professional-grade camera on the smallest drone platform available.
The Nano series needs to be used together with the Autel Sky App, which has many built-in cinematic flight modes, which allows the pilot to focus on photography instead of worrying about flying.
Cinematic airplane mode for Nano and Nano+, available at the touch of a button. These features make the Nano a great series for learning drone photography, and its 28-minute flight time gives you plenty of time to play with the modes, or create your own cinematic shots.
The Nano series also supports three-way obstacle avoidance, which is one of the features that the EVO Nano has ahead of other mini drones. The EVO Nano series has an intelligent return-to-home system, four body color combinations, and the EVO Nano+ can also perform Dynamic Tracking functions.
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