So far this summer over here, I have the brand new Attell robotics Evo it's, the a.k version, and over here I have the brand new DJ. I'M advocare and man am. I excited about this technology now I'll be doing. Is seriously these clips over the next couple of weeks, where I'm comparing one drone against another, so if there's a drone you're considering and you'd like to be compared to something else, send me a note. I'Ll do my best to add it to the list, but I had to start with these two drones, because the number of questions we've gotten from viewers out there on the channel about both of these models over the last couple of weeks have been simply overwhelming. Both of these quads are incredibly popular with flyers out there, and I totally understand that, because in their own way, both of these quads have really advanced the technology and provided features and functions. We haven't seen before when we're flying our drone, so whether you're looking at the auto, tell robotics products where the engineers really push the envelope on flight time flight distance, the fact that it's got 360 degree obstacle avoidance an 8k camera. This is a drone that shouldn't be up in the air today when this was announced at CES. Remember CES, a couple of months back when this was announced at CES people lost their mind around the feature. Sets that came out. It was the drone everybody was talking about, but not to be outdone right on the heels of that announcement.
Dji comes out with the brand new Mavic air 2, which is a brilliant drone in its own right. It'S got a patch 3.0 on it. It has a DSP in it, which means it's going to sense. Other airplanes in the area. It'S got the same imaging sensor as the Evo 2. It also has built into it a QC 2, which gives it a little bit further flight distance, the actual Evo 2. So, in a lot of ways, these drones are similar, but there are some key differences between them that you really need to understand if you're in the market, for a new drone. Now, whenever I make these kind of comparison clips in this case in particular I'm not going to get to the end of this and do a conclusion where I'm saying 100 one way or the other because it's like that dangerous question that people ask you and never Ask this question: which of your kids: do you love the most? I love them both just as much for different reasons and that's exactly the case here, because there are reasons you'd fly this and reasons. You'D fly that and I'm going to get into that. At the end section, but the WAM that or this clip is I'll start off with just sort of a specification showdown where I'll list the specifications of bolts our own side by side. I know a lot of people out there like to look at the specs and that's how they judge the value of a drone I'm, not a big fan on specifications.
I like to put the drone up in the air and fly a little bit. I judge it on footage because, quite honestly, the reason you're buying a drone is to get a camera up in the air. So I'm gon na put some sample footage up. Show you what they look like side by side. I'Ll also put some file folders out in the Internet, where you can download those files for yourself and play with them in your own editing software to make your own decisions. But I also I'm going to spend a little bit of time talking about this drone and a little bit of time talking about that's run at the end. I'Ll come back and give you my conclusions, because all I want to do with these clips is really provide enough information that, if you're in the market to buy a drone, whether you're a new flyer you're looking to upgrade, I want to give you an idea of Exactly what the drone provides and then you have to decide. What am I going to use that drone for? Is it something I'm going to do a lot of commercial work with where I'm out working with farmers surveying fields, you're taking pictures of commercial buildings, or is it something I just want to put up as a hobbyist and fly occasionally in the weekends? You decide what you need and features and what kind of budget you have and then it'll make sense to you which of these two drones is best for your needs.
So what I'm going to try and do is give you as much information as I can about both the drones individually and at the end. I'Ll come back with the conclusion and point out where this one fits and where this one fits. Because again, even though they have overlapping features, there are special things about them that really segregate them and put them in a specific market for a specific use case so I'm going to get into that in a minute, so stay tuned and we'll get into the specifications. Next, the Mavic air 2 is DJ, i's newest drone. It weighs 570 grams and can provide 34 minutes of flight time from a fully charged battery with the inclusion of the brand new occu sync 2 transmission technology. The drone can fly an incredible 10, kilometers or 6.2 miles away from a pilot while fully under their control. It incorporates both GPS GLONASS and visual positioning. To give a pinpoint accuracy in the sky. Also included is a three direction obstacle sensing system that protects the drone in front behind and below, while flying for many obstacles. The imaging package features a half inch professional CMOS sensor which allows the pilot to take 12 megapixel or 48 megapixel photos and videos and resolutions up to a full ultra high definition, 4k at 60 frames. A second, the e bow to a K is one of three models recently released by OHL robotics. That also include the e bow to pro, and you bow to duel the Evo to a K, weighs eleven hundred and twenty seven grams and can fly for forty minutes on a fully charged battery.
It relies on enhanced Wi Fi transmission technology to provide nine kilometers or 5.6 miles of flight distance, while still fully under the pilots control. It incorporates GPS GLONASS and visual positioning to accurately position itself in the sky and features an omnidirectional obstacle. Sensing that protects the drone from any obstacle in any direction while flying the imaging package is a half inch professional, CMOS sensor that allows it to take 48 megapixel photos and videos up to an 8k ultra high definition. Resolution now dive a little bit deeper into each of these quads individually and point out. The brilliant innovative features that both of these companies have packed into these incredibly smart quads, which really separates them from anything else out there flying today. I'Ll also spend some time and try to point out the differences between them to help. You make an informed decision if you're in the market, for a quad which of these two fit your budget and fit your needs now. I'D, like to start off with the Mavic air 2 who, because it's the latest quad to hit the market – and I love this quad I've – been talking about it on the channel ever since it was released, I've been flying it almost daily every day, we've got sunshine Outside I've got this thing charged up in my car and I'm, going to fly, someplace cool with it, and I love the quad and if you've watched a channel for any length of time, you know I'm a huge fan of DJI engineering.
I think their teams are brilliant in the way they look at the market. They look at their products and they're always trying to push the envelope they're, always looking for the next thing they can do to enhance flying and the Mavic air tube is no exception. They'Ve got some features in here that really don't belong in a quad at this price point now comparatively the budgets, an important factor right. So when you look at the Mavic air 2 it's about half the price of the Evo 2, so this clock centered around 800 bucks. The Evo 2 is around 1500 bucks for the a K version. So from a budget standpoint, this is a homerun compared to the Evo 2, but you would think for that price point, that it would be a little bit less sophisticated than a lot of the other quads out there, and nothing could be further from the truth. So the Mavic air 2 is a lot of ways, almost a clone of the original Mavic Pro, which is the one that actually started this whole folding quad revolution I've been a huge fan of that Mavic Pro ever since it was released it's still, one of my Favorite quads to fly headed out yesterday, I had it up in the air flying it and with the Mavic air 2 represents, is a smaller version of the Maverick Pro with a whole lot more advanced feature set. So right now in the DJI lineup you've got the Maverick mini, which is smaller.
You'Ve got the Mavic 2, which is bigger and you've got the pneumatic air 2, which is right in the middle it's sort of that that perfect Goldilocks zone between those two other quads. But what they packed into this from an advanced perspective is longer flight times. So 34 minutes of flight time is pretty cool, get end up in the air for 34 minutes and get an 80 of that battery gives you plenty of time to capture the footage you need in addition to that, they've upgraded the transmission topology to occu sync, which Is the latest iteration of that rock solid telemetry that allows you to fly this thing? I can't get over this ten kilometers now again, you're not going to fly the quad that far, but knowing you can fly it that far, it means flying it in close. You'Re gon na have a rock solid connection, so when you're around trees or around buildings and you're in that crowded environment with a lot of noise from a Wi Fi system, you you're gon na have great connection to the quad. So you're going to be sure that you're not going to lose connection. I also love the fact that they built in three way obstacle detection, so I've got protection in front protection and back and protection down. Now you may say to yourself well gee: why didn't they do the sides. Why didn't they do the top. That would have been great well.
The challenge is, when you add those other dimensions in for obstacle, avoidance or obstacle. Sensing you've got only got a process that information you've got extra cameras on there to gather the information, but then you have to process that information, so that takes a bigger chipset inside it takes more horsepower, which drinks more electrons, which means you're going to reduce your Flight time, so, if you're trying to keep a quad small sophisticated with a long flight time and a long flight distance, you've got to kind of balance those things out. So I think they've done the perfect job of finding that that gentle pivot point between just enough and not too much, and I really believe that having front back and down crash avoidance is plenty for me. And if you fly a lot, if you're like me and you fly in very congested environments, you probably don't use the crash avoidance that often so it's up to. If you want to do it, but I think three way is plenty for me. I also love the fact that they built in the brand new a pass 3.0 now a pass is a it's, an artificial intelligence system built in this unit. That allows it to dodge obstacles when it's flying so when it's autonomous mode and you're doing all those trick. Shots it's looking around it to see obstacles and it's planning ways around those obstacles. So it sort of takes some of the responsibility of being a co pilot in a lot of ways when you're flying to sort of, say, Rick you're heading for a tree I'm.
Going to avoid that now it isn't the same as obstacle avoidance which basically just stops in its tracks or tries to find a way around it. This is more of a cinematic approach to say I'm gon na have to fly over there and there's a tree between us so I'm, going to gently find a way around that tree without disturbing that that optical flow, if you will of that video that I'm shooting So a pass 3.0 is phenomenally smart and again it's on the Maverick gear. It could be on a larger, quad, much more expensive, but they built it in here. The one feature that blew me away with this quad and it's still again can't get over. It is the fact that they built in a dsb in which means, if you don't know what a DSP is. A DSP is a system that planes use now it's mandated in all smaller planes that are flying where planes have to broadcast their telemetry, their GPS coordination. Their heading their altitude, all the important things about knowing where a plane is in 3d space they're broadcasting that all the time. But if you don't have a DSB in like we do here, you're not going to know the planes up there, so they're broadcasting like crazy. You don't know they're up there. The fact that they built a DSB in on this means that, when you're flying this and you're out in the field and a plane is approaching, you you're gon na know well in advance of that plane entering your airspace.
That it's heading your way, so if you're on the field you're flying this thing – and it starts talking to you – hey there's, a plane approaching, you know you can lower your drone, so you're never going to be sort of that risk. With introducing your new drone to an airplane out there now again they're not supposed to fly below 500 feet, we're not supposed to fly above 400 feet, but every now and then there's a helicopter coming in or if it's a sightseeing plane at the shore. They may cruise down low over the ocean, it's really nice. For me, knowing I've got somebody protecting me with this ATSB to not put me in harm's way, it's just another safety feature built in and again I brag about DJI all the time, and I know we get accused of being a DJI fan boy but it's because Of innovative features like that that you don't have to put in there but they're thinking about it going. How can we make the drone safer we built in sensing we built in a pass? What about ATS? Can we build a DSP in there to let the pilot know that there's another airplane in the area, again a brilliant, innovative, leading edge feature again? No drone on the planet has that, but the Mavic air right now all right. The other thing I want to talk about a little bit some remote, because this is the part of the drone that you're going to spend the most time with you're gon na power.
This up put it up in the air and then all the flight time you're gon na be holding on in this thing and they've completely redesigned the controller. I love the fact that it's, small and compact they've really spent a lot of time. Thinking about how this is held in your hands, it's perfectly balanced, all the buttons fall right, where you'd expect them to fall. There aren't a lot of auxiliary buttons on there to make you confusing you can in 30 minutes understand exactly how to fly. This quad know where all the buttons are. I love the fact that you can unscrew the joysticks and pop them in the bottom, so it makes it really small and easy to put away. One of the things I've picked on forever are the antennas of the remote controllers, because they're very free, fragile and you have to make sure that you have them aligned perfectly. They have to be flat and parallel to each other and facing your drone they've eliminated the antennas actually I'm gon na limited them actually built them into the controller on the top over here. So you're always perfectly facing your drone with the antennas in perfect alignment to give you the best possible radiation pattern down field for the strongest connection, so nothing to break nothing to worry about, and you have to worry about aligning and they're just ready to go when You'Re, when you're ready to fly they've, also tucked the cabling in down here, which is really nice so overall, I think this is great.
The only drawback to this one, which I'm sure they're gon na fix soon with accessories, is the fact that it only extends that far, which means, if you've got a phone you're fine. But if you try to put a small tablet in there, it's not far enough to actually jam the tablet in, but there are tablet holders aftermarket tablet holders that fit in there. There are attachments. That'Ll actually extend this a little bit further. So all those things really fix it. If you've got a bigger tablet, you want to use it with the controller, but I love the controller. I also love the battery life in the controller. I love the long flight time on the quad. I mentioned that earlier 34 minutes and the distance is just brilliant, so overall, I'm blown away by the Maverick air two's capabilities for the price and I'll talk a little bit at the end of this clip when I'm, comparing the two of who this fits. But you can already imagine having a quad that folds up small enough to essentially put in your pocket if you're wearing a big jacket and carry it with you everywhere means you're always going to have your quad, whereas the bigger quads, like the Evo it's a little Bit more of a thought process of, should I bring it along because it's bigger it's heavier it's a little bit more work to get it set up. This is small it's, quick, it's, easy to use, and again you can be flying this thing in 30 minutes and almost be a brilliant pilot in a week's time.
If you spend a little bit of time learning how to fly it. So, for me, the Mavic air 2 is the perfect compromise and I don't use that in a bad way. I mean that in a good way, between spending too much and a quad and not getting the features, you want it sort of fits right in that middle zone, which is exactly what you want as a consumer, so the manager, brilliant quad. The feature sets in it put it well ahead of most of the quads on the market. Today now stay tuned, then I'll get into the Evo next now dive a little bit deeper into the Evo, and I love this drone and I know you're thinking. You just said that about the Navigator Rick, have you ever flown a drone that you don't love, yeah, plenty of them there's a ton of drones out there that aren't worth the time of charging their batteries to get them up in the air, but the Mavic air And the Evo are drones that are with me every time I leave the house. They have features that I absolutely love that separate them from all the other drones on the market, and I fly them almost every day, if there's a beautiful day out there, both in my car and I'm heading to a location, I've got them both up in the Air, but again when you're deciding what drone is right for you, the two things you have to keep in mind our budget and use case.
What are you gon na spend? What are use the drone for so what I'm gon na try and do is point out. The differences because in some ways, it's not really a fair comparison between the Evo 2 and the Maverick air 2, because they're kind of dramatically different and where you'd use those drones. There is some overlap but there's some stark differences between them and I'll. Try and point those out now so for starters, what tell robotics released three versions of the Evo 2. They released this one, which is the a K version. That'S one hit the market first that released the Evo 2 Pro, which has a one inch sensor on it, and they released two versions of the Evo 2 dual, which have both a FLIR camera and an optical camera entity. The 320 on the floor 640 on the flare as far as resolution goes and that's your first clue of what separates this from all the other drones on the market it's one of the first drones that made it easy for you to change out the imaging package And that's, one of the brilliant innovations that hotel is built into this drone is the fact that they built the flying platform that has incredibly smart characteristics to it, but gives you the option to swap out the imaging package to meet your needs so let's say, for Example, you start off with the Evo 8k, which I've got here that's the least expensive version, and you decide down the road that you want to do commercial work and you need better resolution on your photos.
You can jump up to the Evo 2 Pro swap out. The sensor you don't have to buy a brand new drone, and maybe you want to get out there and do some kind of volunteer work where you're working with rescue squads or police and you're use the FLIR camera to find people in the woods that are lost Or maybe looking through a fire to see if anybody's out there you can upgrade to that camera. So what you've got with the Evo 2 is really a flying platform. That'S extensible, which means you can constantly upgrade it as new camera and imaging systems come out, and that, I think, is a really good value. Now it is an expensive drone compared to the Maverick air 2 maverick your choose about 800 bucks. The base model of this, the 8 K is about 1500, but again for me having the flexibility of swapping out the imaging package, probably offsets that price quite a bit. The other thing you have to notice about the Evo 2 pretty apparent is the fact that it's, a bigger drone, it's twice the weight it's a little bit bigger that's a disadvantage when you're trying to bring it along to have some fun in an afternoon it's. A bigger drone, so it's a little bit more work. To put it together, get it in a case, get it in the car, whereas the Maverick air is a lighter drone, it's, smaller it's, easier to bring along, so both of those considerations around use case are really important.
The other thing I'll mention is that what L built in some incredibly leading edge features. They were the first guys to have the longer flight time, so it's 40 minutes of flight time compared to 34 on the Maverick air 2, and you wouldn't think that the extra six minutes makes a big difference but I'm telling you when you have it up in The air, a lot of the time you spend, is getting to your target and anyone to spend as much time on the target trying to get that perfect footage or the beautiful picture. Having that extra six minutes means, I can stay on target a little bit longer in the air and get back and still have plenty of battery left, so 40 minutes of flight time up until the release of the Matic. Here this had the longest flight distance. At nine kilometers, which again blows my mind that it can fly more than five miles but again think about it: you're not going to fly beyond visual line of sight if you're following the rule. So the fact that they can both fly really far. Nine kilometers not and 10 kilometers means I'm gon na have rock solid connection and close so that's another advantage that they both share. The other thing I love about the Evo 2 is a remote controller. It'S got this built in screen, which they kind of had an evil one which was the original Evo product. And I like the fact that I can use that for telemetry, and I can put a tablet in there as well, or I should say, a phone in there or a tablet holder on it, and I can use the tablet or the phone to use.
My first person view and see what I'm filming and use this for telemetry or if I don't decide to bring my phone with me or the phones get a little low on battery. I can use the button on the side and switch this to my first person view when I'm flying and still have some telemetry information as well so it's a very versatile unit. As far as the remote controller goes, the only I don't like – and I mentioned this one I was talking about Medicare to is I don't like these antennas sticking up, because these are fragile and if you're not careful with it, you drop it or you fold it Up wrong, you could crack one of the antenna, so you have to be a little bit more careful with this one. Then you do with them AdvoCare 2, but in general, the 360 crash avoidance is also another. Nice feature that again is a major innovation. The fact that they can put that crash avoidance in there and have the brains inside the unit to actually analyze all the information that's coming in from the cameras on the front, the cameras on the side, the cameras on the top, the bottom. The back means that it's it's processing, all that information and I'm telling you it'd be impossible for you to crash this thing. I'Ve tried to crash this on purpose, just to see how good that crash avoidance is and it's impossible to crash it.
So if you turn on crash avoidance with this and you try to run it along into a tree, it's going to stop 90 feet 30 meters away from that tree, so it's going to be very, very cautious. The other thing I like about this is a lot of the quads that have obstacle avoidance or kind of a dead stops and when it gets close up to a target where it sees it and wants to stop it'll stop and you can't get any closer. This one has what I'll call it graduated obstacle avoidance where at 90 feet or 30 meters it's going to stop in the air. But if you want to continue in on that target, you can force it to go in on that target, so I can actually hold the joystick forward and have it violate that 30 meters at a very slow pace, to get close enough to something I want to Film, the downside to the 360 crash avoidance is that because it's looking for things up to 30 metres away from you, if you're flying in congested areas like a forest or maybe around a lot of buildings, it's always going to be trigger and so you're going to Find you're going to turn it off, probably quite a bit if you're flying in those congested areas and then you're flying with no crash of winds whatsoever, so it's a brilliant drone from that perspective, again, it's bigger, it flies longer, it's heavier it's, more expensive, but if You'Re filming commercially having the ability to put this thing up in a very busy area with very high gusting winds, where the smaller drones don't do as well there's, something to be said for a larger airframe.
That is a little bit more mass to it, because it's got inertia and it's not going to get buffeted around as much with the wind. So this lends itself to commercial environments a little better than the Mavic air. To does now I'm, not saying you can't use the Mavic air to for commercial environments. People are filming all the time with it, but the fact that I've got this extra weight in the sky means that it's gon na stay on target it's, going to shift a little bit less than the lighter drones, to which me the gimbals have to work a Little bit less and you're not gon na have that wobble in the image. If it does bite, you know vibrate a lot because of the wind, so that's really nice. The last thing I'll talk about is the a K on this. Now a lot of people made a big deal out of the a K when it first came out, and I think that that's a really important feature now again, a K is a little ahead of the average consumer right now, so most computers out there. Actually, the vast majority computers are not powerful enough to actually edit 8k the advantage to a K that was, you get a much larger image. So if you're cropping a picture or if you're editing a K footage, you can actually pull in a little bit tighter and not have that pixelization that you'd have with like a 4k it's trying to pull in and that or blow that out.
So the a K is a real advantage. It does a phenomenal job at 4k as well. Both of these two drones are using a half inch sensor with a quad bear lensing on top of it, so it's it's, very similar in the imaging package, but this one does record up to 8k and again, I'm. Not sure DJI is going to enable that capability. If the processing is even inside that quad to be able to do a K on it, but I love the fact that I can do a K on this one native and it really does get a phenomenal picture and again, I'm gon na have some examples of Both of these quads coming up next to show you exactly what this one looks like and what the Mavic air two looks like and I've recorded those just to be fair at 4k 60 frames. A second and I'll run those two now individually, so I'll do the Mavic air two first and I'll. Do the Evo two and I'll put a link below that you can go to and actually download those files because I'm not going to do anything to I'm, not going to tweak them here in the clip. But you can download them and play with them at your heart's content, and you can judge for yourself, which you think looks better, so stay tuned, that I'll run those next Music, Music, Music Applause, Music, Music, Music, Music Applause, Music Applause, Music, Music, Music.
In this last section, I'll try and help you decide which of these two quads might be right for you now I've gone through the specifications. I'Ve talked about the individual features that separate them, but the honest truth is it's a really hard question to answer, because everybody's different and the other truth is. There is no such thing as a perfect quad. Both of these quads are pretty close to perfect but that's. Why there's competition? For some of you, this is the perfect quad and for others this is the perfect quad. So how do you make a decision between them? Well, it's, simple! It comes down to the two things I mentioned at the top of the clip your budget and your need. How much do you have to spend and what are you gon na use, the quad for so let's? Take a look at budget. First cuz that's really pretty clear which of these two would work for you, based on what you can spend on the quad. But the thing you have to remember about budget is that you're not just buying the quad starting to fly, sure you can buy the quad charge up the batteries and go out and fly. But I promise you a week after you've owned the quad you're gon na want accessories you're gon na want extra batteries. You may want a case for it that's a little bit more sophisticated than when you add you're. Gon na definitely want to landing that you're gon na want other accessories spare propellers and everything else so you're not just buying the quad you're buying into an ecosystem.
That has a price point and when you buy this quad the batteries are less expensive than this quad. Because it's, a bigger quad, the batteries are bigger, so when you're thinking about budget it's, a matter of buying the quad and all the accessories that come along with it now, having said that either one of these quads you'd be well served by buying the advance package. In this case, it's called the fly. More combination with the Evo 2 is called the rugged package, because what you're getting there is a bundle of products that include the quad and a bunch of extra stuff that you're going to end up buying anyway at a higher price. So with the fly or combination. You'Re, getting extra batteries you're getting a nice little charging hub, you're gon na case to carry it extra propellers. All things: you're gon na buy two weeks after owning a quad with the Evo 2 it's called the rugged package. Where you get a nice hard case with it, you get extra batteries, you get a charging hub and a bunch of other cool stuff. So if you're gon na buy either one of these quads make sure you buy that advance package and that'll save you a lot of money going forward, but it's pretty clear between them. 800. 1500. So your budgets gon na dictate pretty quickly which of these to you go with now. You may be thinking well gee. If I can stretch my budget, does it make sense to go here well, that's, where the second question comes in.
What are you gon na use? The quad for are you gon na, go out and do commercial work right away or you're looking to put a quad up in the air, get your part 107 license and film commercial establishments or maybe work with farmers and survey fields, probably a better choice for if You'Re going commercial, not that you can't film commercially with the Mavic air, but it's heavier it's got a longer flight time. It'S got a better camera upfront, it's extensible, which means if you're in that commercial space, you can swap it out for a one inch camera. Maybe down the road to a dual camera, so it gives you a lot more options than the Mavic air 2 does now. Having said that, this flies longer. This flies further. They both have half inch CMOS sensors, so the imaging on them is really really good. The advantage to the Mavic air 2 is because it's, smaller and because it's easier to put in your pack you're gon na bring it along with you more often, then you'll bring the Evo 2, not that you can't bring the Evo 2 with you, but it's. A bigger deal to bring this along with you, so you're going to fold it up. It'S heavier takes up more space if you've got the rugged case, it's a bigger case. This one you can fold up put in your backpack. Take it with you, which means you're gon na, have it with you more often to capture those perfect shots that you didn't expect you to be putting a drone up in the air to actually capture that footage.
So the advantage again is, if you're a consumer. Maybe you haven't flown a lot and you want to get into the Hobby and you've got the budget to support this that's a great place to start. I also love the fact that it's got ideas be built into it, because I love knowing their other airplanes in the area. Now these guys will probably come out with that in the next iteration or maybe there's a something they can do to enable it on this. One by putting a sensor on it, but that a DSB is a pretty big advantage to this one. So between these two, you can probably see where I'm going with this consumer level fantastic product. For that price point, I still can't get over the fact that all that technology is built into a package, this small that flies this well for that price. With this one, I love the extensibility when I'm flying commercially, which is what I use this for. I love the fact that, if I'm in the field with four screws, I can swap out the camera and go from an 8k camera to a one inch sensor. That records amazing footage at 6k or it can flip it out when I'm doing volunteer work on the weekends to put the FLIR camera in in a moment's notice, get it up in the air and go find that lost kid in the woods or help those people Rescue somebody I mean I haven't done it yet, but that's what we're hoping to do with it and having that dual camera in there gives me the ability to see that different use case than this one, and I fly this one all the time.
This is the one that goes with me whenever I'm going down the shore out in the farm or, if I'm heading over to the mountains, I've got this one with me so again, different use cases, different budgets, that's, really when it comes down to at the end Of the, but let me tell you whichever one of these you decide to buy you're, not going to be disappointed. You'Re, looking at some of the most advanced technology, that's ever been released for quads period, there's there's, no argument we can have that my dad can beat up your dad argument all day, long about brands and what features are out there. The features that both of these drones put in the market today are five years out. As an engineer, I can tell you I'm blown away by the advancements that have been made on both of these quads in the last year. They'Re, just amazing flying machine, so you're not gon na, be disappointed either way. But again, if you've got the budget that's a little bit tight and you're a consumer level type thing and maybe down the road you'll move to a part: 107 commercial flier, perfect fit. If you're big into the commercial space – and you want the ability to swap out the camera down, the road perfect fit so kind of up to you – and I know it seems like I'm Switzerland here no offense to you guys in Switzerland – I'm not trying to be Neutral but, as I said at the top of the clip, I love both of my children equally for different reasons and that's what you've got here.
So I hope you found this clip helpful. I love doing these kind of comparisons. I'Ve got a lot more. That I've started. So if you enjoy this kind of thing, stay tuned to the channel and if you haven't subscribed hit that subscribe button down there enjoying the drawing golly family. We have so many different clips coming up on different quads, another high tech gear, that's going to be posted over the next couple of weeks. You'Re not gon na want to miss some plus we've got a ton of drone giveaways coming this summer that you might want to get in on. So if you're subscribed to the channel you'll know when we start those giveaways in a week or two and you can enter and maybe you'll win a drone and be out there flying like me and smiling ear to ear every time you put the drone up in The air anyway that's it for today, oh by the way we do have accessories for both these drones on the website. So if you need anything that I was talking about before hit the drone volley website, there's a link for it below and support the channel, you can buy the accessories from us. We ship daily and I can get it to you faster than a miss.