Autel EVO Lite+ review: Mighty drone, Big picture
Due to the weight regulation, everyone started to look for 250-gram class drones, but based on my experience, they have a massive problem with flight performance in windy conditions. Instead, from my first flight with the Autel EVO Lite+, I felt its mighty power. Also, featuring a big one-inch sensor, the FOV and quality of the footage is changed.
Autel Robotics has three consumer drone lines: Nano, Lite, and EVO II. The EVO Lite series is a direct competitor of the DJI Air 2S and comes in two versions in which only the camera makes the difference. While the standard (basic) has a 1/1.28 inch 50MP image sensor, the ‘Plus’ edition shown in this review has a bigger 1-inch 20MP sensor. Both are advertised with a 12KM range and about 40 minutes of battery life.
Due to the freedom of airspace, many chose Autel over DJI. This summer, I attended a Bosch Power tools expo located near the local Airport (across the road, just 100 meters away). While you can’t…