Foldable Autel EVO Max 4T Drone Is Ready for Emergency Response, Rough Weather
Camera drones have made the skies a virtual playground for creators. For a few hundred dollars, a photographer or vlogger can pick up a quality quadcopter for aerial shots. Before drones went mainstream you’d have to take your self and your camera up into a helicopter, putting life and limb at risk, not to mention the cost of flight time.
But drones are good for more than just snapping pretty pictures. Autel, one of a handful of makers producing high-quality UAVs for the consumer market, has long supported industry and first responders. Its latest model, on display today at CES, is pointed right at that market too. The Autel EVO Max 4T is built for industry, first responders, and other technical applications—it’s not a cinema drone.
Triple-Camera Lens in a Folding Drone
The EVO Max 4T sports a folding design, so it’s not as big a deal to store or transport when compared to industrial drones like the six-rotor DJI Matrice series. There’s some benefit there for first responders who…