DJI Mavic Mini: How To Use 'Dronie' QuickShot

DJI Mavic Mini: How To Use 'Dronie' QuickShot

The DJI Mavic Mini is perfect for those wanting to capture easy and stunning drone content. With the new ‘Dronie’ QuickShot mode, your creative freedom can be released to it’s fullest potential. In this fast Heliguy™ tutorial you will learn how to use the DJI Mavic Mini ‘Dronie’ QuickShot Intelligent Flight Mode. Open ‘QuickShot menu... Read More

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The DJI Mavic Mini is perfect for those wanting to capture easy and stunning drone content.

With the new 'Dronie' QuickShot mode, your creative freedom can be released to it's fullest potential.

In this fast Heliguy™ tutorial you will learn how to use the DJI Mavic Mini 'Dronie' QuickShot Intelligent Flight Mode.




  1. Open 'QuickShot menu


    This can be found at the right hand side of the screen above the 'Shutter Release' button.

  2. Select 'Dronie'



    Once in the QuickShot menu you can now choose the 'Dronie' flight mode option.

  3. Set you flight distance



    This will determine how far away you want the Drone QuickShot to be taken from.

  4. Select subject



    Choose the object or subject you would like to be the focus of the Dronie QuickShot.

  5. Tap 'Start'



    This will begin the 'Dronie' QuickShot mode.

  6. During 'Dronie'



    The DJI Mavic Mini will automatically begin recording while flying backward and upward to the selected distance.

  7. Click 'X' to stop recording



    To stop the recording simply press the big red 'X' button located at the right hand side of the screen.

  8. Rendering your recording



    After the recording has been stopped the DJI Mavic Mini will hover in place. It will then process your footage allowing you to watch it straight away.


Remember you can always edit certain parts of the footage in the DJI Playback interface.

This gives you the opportunity to select the best parts to post on your social media.

If you require any help or guidance on your DJI Mavic Mini journey be sure to contact our expert drone team.


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