Does the Evo Nano+ Drone Live Stream platform support it?

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Can drones be broadcast live?
Live Stream is very simple - a live video stream captured by the Autel Drone during flight. It provides a secure live video stream to team members, decision makers or emergency response teams from the drone's perspective. Others in the project or folder can share and view the live stream.

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Connect your iOS or Android device to the controller via USB and launch the Autel Sky APP.
Enter camera mode.
Open Settings (mark...)...
Select RTMP: Custom.
In the Create Custom Live Broadcast dialog, enter the RTMP URL, the RTMP input created in the Bambuser Content Manager.

The Autel Evo Nano+ has three main flight speeds: Smooth, Standard and Absurd. Smooth (11 mph) is great for beginners with no wind and great for shooting very slow video clips. Top speed is 22 mph in standard mode and 33 mph in ridiculous mode.

In terms of flight time, a fully charged battery can reach a very reasonable 28 minutes - enough for lots of video and aerial photos.

One of the conditions of AUTEL EVO NANO+ Live Stream: video transmission

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Video transmission quality is another area where this drone excels. For example, the DJI Mini 2 streams visuals in 720p from the drone's camera, while this model has a 2.7K resolution over 1080p for distances up to 1km. You'll appreciate this extra clarity when flying in areas with complex lighting and many obstacles. For those lucky enough to be able to fly beyond line-of-sight, the bird has a video transmission range of 10 kilometers (6 miles), the same as the DJI Mini 2.

That's where the Evo Nano+ beats the already impressive Evo Nano as well as the cheaper DJI Mini 2 and even the larger, more expensive DJI Air 2.

Let's look at the sensor first, as that's the first stat one looks for when choosing any camera, whether it's for land or air use. Unlike the Evo Nano, which features an extremely efficient 1/2-inch CMOS sensor, the Nano+'s camera features a 0.8-inch CMOS sensor capable of capturing 50-megapixel images and various video resolutions, from 4K (3840x2160), up to 30 frames per second, all the way up to 1080p, up to 60fps.

But that's only half of it, because unlike most drones on the market with an f.2.8 fixed aperture, the Evo Nano+'s camera has a wider f1.9 fixed aperture. In the pantheon of aperture ranges, f0.9 is a huge difference. Not only does a wider aperture let more light through the lens for night shots, it also improves detail when shooting high-contrast areas with lots of shadows. What's more, the camera also features the groundbreaking new RYYB color filter, which provides incredible noise reduction when shooting at night, so that even the darkest objects that are barely visible to the naked eye can be seen clearly and completely. see details.

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Like many modern camera drones, the Evo Nano+ also features a variety of autonomous flight modes that help pilots capture dramatic video sequences from a variety of compelling angles that are often unsuccessful with manually controlled drones. Fade Away starts out close to the subject, then zooms back into the distance, Orbit performs a perfect circular motion around the subject, and Flick tracks towards the static subject, then flicks in the opposite direction. Dynamic Track 2.1 is another hack as it automatically follows a moving subject without pilot input.

So live drone streaming is also possible, and the Autel Sky app also allows for some nice manual controls, including ISO and shutter speed. You can also tap the screen to adjust exposure and keep it locked so the brightness doesn't change as you track or pan.