I love the way Tello handles sky -- as if there is a a built-in polarizer.
Also, note how well Tello preserves detail in both the highlights and the shadows (the backlit trees) in the first pic -- as if the image is HDR.
I'm very impressed with the quality of the images when the proper setting is selected after clicking "More."
IMO, as the word gradually gets out, the demand for Tellos is going to soar into the stratosphere.
Tello is destined to radically improve the public's perception of drones. It's only a matter of time until there are so many drone pilots/voters that politicians will need to be very careful re prohibiting drones in the National Air Space (NAS) that belongs to all Americans.
There is prohibiting because, like in everything, dumb people crossing limit, just by searching youtube "drone max limit" and it make it very clear, the good thing about the tello is that it don't reach those limits...