Autel Evo Series II Available now


Autel Robotics has released the latest version of the popular Evo, the Evo 2. The Evo 2 is available in 3 versions.

EVO II
The only 8K folding drone on the planet. Capture content at resolutions up to a massive 8000×6000. This resolution gives users the flexibility to print images over 100 inches wide. Grab incredible screenshots, punch-in, scale, or display on massive monitor up close. Lossless in-camera zoom up to 4x. 
EVO II Pro
A 1 inch sensor with 6k resolution. Capture stunning detail not previously possible on an aerial platform of this size. An adjustable aperture, HDR, and intuitive camera controls make this the perfect choice for any aerial cinematographer or mapping pilot.
EVO II Dual
With thermal resolution up to 640×512 and an 8k sensor, EVO II becomes a workhorse. First responders, contractors, and business owners finally have a compact and portable tool that gives them the data they have been asking for.

EVO 2 Dual 640×512 FLIR , remote controller with built-in 3.5 inch OLED display, 3 batteries, 4-port bank charger, AC charger, 12V charger, 4 spare propellers, USB-C cable, USB micro cable, FoxFury lighting kit (includes 2 LED strobes with headlights, clip on mounting system and charging cables), GPC weather resistant case with lift-out tray.

Please contact me for a custom quote for the Evo 2 Dual Rugged Bundle.

Why EVO II Pro 6k drone is expensive than 8k drone?

While both the EVO II 8k and EVO II Pro 6k boast top of the line Sony image sensors, the EVO II Pro features a full 1” sensor and an aperture that is adjustable from f/2.8 to f/11. This larger sensor provides over 4x the light-gathering area and combined with the adjustable aperture enables the discerning photographer to take advantage of a wider range of shooting conditions. To sum up, the EVO II Pro 6k camera is better, so the pro 6k drone is expensive than 8k drone.

Autel EVO II Pro 6K vs 8K Drone – Which one should I choose?

The EVO II Pro features a bigger camera sensor and an adjustable aperture which give you a provides a larger light-gathering area, But EVO II 8k Drone has a higher resolution, 4x lossless zoom, lower price and can record 8k video.

If you a are professional photographer/ videographer, then a bigger camera sensor and adjustable aperture will give you better shooting conditions. Of course, if you just a drone lover or have a limit budget then EVO II 8K takes you the best flight experience and 8K camera can give you better image quality and wider landscape.

Additionally, no matter which one you purchase, the camera are replaceable later, as the EVO II Series gimbals are interchangeable, you can easily swap over the different cameras and gimbals to upgrade the EVO II drone to EVO II Pro or EVO II Dual. (8k, pro 6k, and Dual camera are available to purchase separately)


About Bill Bongle

Bill Bongle is a 29-year police veteran and technology consultant, rising to the rank of Captain before retiring from the Green Bay Police Department in 2015. In 2015 Bill started Titletown Drones LLC, a company which provides drone related training and equipment. He specializes in assisting public safety agencies establish their drone programs. Bill has developed several drone related training courses including part 107 test prep and flight training. Bill has trained hundreds of commercial drone pilots, police officers, firefighters and government officials across the nation.