Join Jim Heid for an in-depth discussion in this video Calibration, part of DJI Mavic Pro: Tips, Tricks, & Techniques.
- Now let's talk about the world of calibration.…There are a few components in the drone…that you're able to calibrate.…We've already looked at one, the Gimbal.…Let's look at another one that's even more important,…compass calibration.…As we saw earlier in this course,…the Mavic's compass helps the drone…get its bearings and keep its bearings.…Knowing that, it's easy to see…why an accurate compass calibration is pretty important.…But calibrating the compass isn't something…you need to do all the time,…and when you do, it's critical to do it right.…Let's talk about both halves of that equation.…
It used to be that experienced pilots recommended…calibrating the compass every time you got…to a different flying location.…Some pilots still do that,…but DJI doesn't recommend it for the Mavic.…Generally, you should calibrate the compass…only what DJI GO tells you to.…That's my approach.…So that's the when.…Here's the where, why and how.…The where is hugely important.…It's best to calibrate the compass in an open grassy area,…
- Safety checks
- App settings
- Startup, takeoff, and landing
- In-flight data displays
- DJI GO tips
- Flight modes
- Streaming live
- Adjusting focus
- Exposure and white balance
- Still photography and panoramas
- Shutter speed
- Aerial video
- Using the gimbal
- Using the remote controller
Skill Level Intermediate
Flight Club: Drones and the Dawn of Personal Aerial Imagingwith Romeo Durscher24m 27s Appropriate for all
Cert Prep: FAA Part 107 Commercial Drone Licensewith Luisa Winters1h 52m Intermediate
1. The Basics
A few important app settings4m 30s
2. DJI GO App
3. Photo and Video
4. Mavic Pro
Next steps1m 49s
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