Autel EVO Max 4T drone review

Key specs

Weight: 3.57 lbs / 1620 g

Dimensions: Folded 10.1 x 5.71 x 5.16 in / 257 x 145 x 131 mm / unfolded 12.52 x 15.75 x 5.79 in / 318 x 400 x 147 mm (excluding propellers)

Battery: 8070 mAh / up to 42 minutes

Charger type: AC/DC charger

Modes: Slow, Smooth, Standard, Ludicrous

Video transmission range: Up to 12.4 miles/20km (FCC), 4.9 miles/8km (CE)

Video resolution: 4000×3000 px

Frame rates: 30 fps

These days, drones are aimed at a wide range of uses with specific features that will appeal to different pilots. Although many professional pilots use consumer drones for professional work, some high-end alternatives are available that deliver enterprise-level features and functionality, and the Autel EVO Max 4T is one of these models.

The Autel EVO Max 4T is larger and heavier than medium-sized consumer and prosumer drones such as the DJI Mavic 3 and the Autel EVO Lite+, coming in at a weight of 3.57 lbs / 1620 g. That said, it’s much smaller and lighter than many professional models, so it’s far from the most cumbersome option available, and this in itself is an advantage in certain situations. So, it’s safe to say that the EVO Max 4T is one of the best drones available for emergency services, search & rescue and surveying/mapping.


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