The Autel Robotics EVO II RTK Series is a long range high speed obstacle avoidance drone. It features a 6K camera and a 20 MP camera with a 360° gimbal to capture all your adventures in stunning detail. You can also shoot still photos and video in RAW format for the perfect post production edit. The EVO II RTK Series has a max speed of 72 km/h and max range of 9 km so you can explore the world around you without worrying about signal interference or losing sight of your drone.
The Autel Robotics EVO II RTK Series is a Multirotors drone that was released by Autel Robotics in 13/1/2021.
A multirotor drone is a multiple propeller, vertical lift drone. These drones are more maneuverable due to their flight profile, being able to fly much closer to buildings and other obstacles. Multi-rotor drones like the Autel Robotics EVO II RTK Series also tend to be faster to deploy, and tend to be significantly cheaper to acquire and operate.
The battery capacity inside is 7100 mAh.
Battery Capacity (mAH)
The Autel Robotics EVO II RTK Series falls within an 'average' speed of drones with a max speed of around 72 km/h. If you're a beginner or even an intermediate drone user, than this should still be plenty. if you're looking for something a bit faster however, it'd be best to keep looking.
With a well above the average maximum range of 9 km, you're guaranteed a long-distance flight. Be assured you'll reach the distance you need, from the comfort of your mobile office, or even your couch, and know that your drone won't just disappear off into the distance.
The drone sits well within an average flight time when compared to other drones, with a maximum flight time of 36 min. This flight time will be plenty of the average user, and should give you more than enough time between charges. You can always bring an extra battery to swap out between flights, or just a battery pack to charge it up as you go should you need a little more flight time.
Max. Flight Time
The 1250 g weight puts the drone in at about average size. There are lighter out there, but there are also heavier drones.
Camera Resolution - Photo