Yes, our drones with thermal imaging are best for night vision. The Autel EVO 2 Dual features a FLIR Boson sensor that’s excellent for night use.
Your drone has a remote controller that you can use to operate it. This handy device resembles a gaming controller with buttons and joysticks that perform various functions.
First, try to retrieve your drone, which should be straightforward if you flew it within eyesight. After retrieving your drone, inspect it for physical damage. If you don’t notice any physical damage to your drone apart from a broken propeller, you can run some tests. Do this by removing all propellers from the drone, installing…
In theory, depending on your drone’s range, you can fly as high as 5km. However, depending on the regulations in your area, you can’t fly your drone above 120m unless you have special permission from the relevant authorities.
As their names imply, quadcopters have four rotors, hexacopters have six, while octocopters have eight.
Most of our drones don’t require any assembly or setup and are ready to fly right after unboxing. However, you might need to charge the battery, fix the propellers in place, or connect the drone to the controller before flying. A few other drones might require assembly before you can fly them.
It depends on the regulations in your country or region. In the US, you need a license to fly a drone below 120m in uncontrolled airspace. However, in the UK, you can fly a drone for recreational purposes without a permit as long as your drone weighs less than 20kg. Always check for the regulations…