- Nov 8, 2016
- Reaction score
Heard it was 8K
FCC ID application submitted by Autel Robotics Co., Ltd. for EVO 2 for FCC ID 2AGNTMC2409A. Approved Frequencies, User Manuals, Photos, and Wireless Reports.
I missed any price point... have you seen any price ranges? For EVO2 and the additional Gimbals?Yeah, according to the specs, there will be several gimbal/camera options.
These include one (383) with a 1” sensor and variable aperture control. If that is true a Yuneec has no excuse to add aperture control to its offerings. I’m still struggling with the fact that the Ion L1 will not have this feature, at the price point they are claiming, it should be a given.
No I haven’t seen a price point on the Evo 2, however deductive reasoning points to between $1300 and $1700 for the 383 gimbal system. Just my opinion / guess.I missed any price point... have you seen any price ranges? For EVO2 and the additional Gimbals?
This sounds like a great craft, small package, multiple payloads, thermal option, 35 min flight (claimed). I'm anxious to see which FLIR is used... I'm assuming the Boson sensor. The Boson is "planned" to release a Radiometric in near future, I'm wondering if EVO2 will be offered in 640 stnd and 640 Adv Radiometric. A 640 on a small foldable platform, void of FW NFZ limitations coupled with dual 8k / 48m RGB. That would be a market changer, game changer!