Autel evo 2 thermal drone a twin camera. It is equipped with both a rgb camera and a thermal camera. This is why it is known as a dual. When taking still photographs, the daylight camera can capture up to 8,000 by 6,000 pixels, or 48 mega pixel images. The resolution of the infrared or thermal camera is 640 512. Currently, many businesses can only perform 160 120. Consequently, the Autel evo 2 thermal meter displays a significantly higher resolution. On the visible camera, they can shoot in 10 bit log format, allowing you ample room for color grading, post-production, and ensuring that your camera's colors are compatible with those of other cameras. So the quality of the visible camera is quite high.
In addition, the thermal camera's video resolution is 640 by 512 pixels. On the visible camera, the aperture is fixed at f1.8, which is relatively wide. Aperture that admits a great deal of light. And autel ii dual 640t can support iso 100, 230, 200. When the daylight camera is switched to thermal imaging mode, autel evo 2 dual provides a better view of the thermal image, a picture-in-picture image, which is a thermal image superimposed on the daylight image, allowing you to see both views at once, but also displaying the field of view of the thermal camera, and the option to save all of these images simultaneously, or just one of them.
And the overlay is quite useful for ensuring that you are framing things correctly, or you can simply switch to the infrared camera. The thermal image captures greater detail. Now, this gives Enterprise an advantage with its low-resolution thermal camera, as it improves the image quality. It helps increase the image's detail. In this regard, the Autel Evo 2 thermal drone is rather advantageous.
The controller of the Autel drone is really useful. It has a charming clam shell pattern. So instead of your phone's display fitting on the bottom, it fits on the top and has an oled display. The two flight modes of the Autel evo 2 drone are explorer and auto explorer. It regulates all of your intelligent functions, camera settings, and similar features. At startup, you are given the option of entering camera mode or mission mode, and you select camera mode. This is the typical flight mode with all the features, camera settings, and other controls required to pilot the aircraft. When you enter the mission mode, you can configure mapping missions. So that you may conduct these mapping tasks. You can conduct waypoint missions for point-to-point capture or rectangular or polygon missions for two-dimensional or three-dimensional capture.