Join Jim Heid for an in-depth discussion in this video Updates and batteries, part of DJI Mavic Pro: Tips, Tricks, & Techniques.
- Every car needs a tune-up now and then,…and every drone does too.…With the Mavic Pro, a tune-up can encompass…a few different things, starting with the props.…Some pilots recommend replacing them…after every 50 flights or so, and it isn't bad advice.…Those things rotate thousands of times per minute…and are subjected to a lot of torque…as the drone's motors speed up and slow down.…Also, the leading edges of the props can get little nicks…and rough edges that affect their ability…to move air and make the drone work harder…to maintain accurate hovering during flight.…
Think about replacing your drone's tires every now and then,…and definitely do it if you find a small break or chip.…Another tune-up process involves software updates.…They happen, now and then, in the Mavic world…and to several different things.…The DJI GO app is updated, as is the firmware…on the drone, itself, and the remote controller…and in the batteries.…Yes, even the drone's batteries get software updates…on occasion.…Though updates to DJI GO and to the drone, itself,…
- 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
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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