Sometimes getting a new drone can be overwhelming when it comes with loads of new features. The Mini 2 comes with lots of creative features but is super simple to use.
In this Heliguy™ tutorial you'll learn how to the videos and images using simple techniques. We'll go through Video Settings, QuickShot modes and the basic Remote Control buttons.
Whether you're a beginner or professional drone pilot, this tutorial will give you all the essential information you need to master your drone content.
- Choose Video Settings
In the Video Settings you'll be able to change the frame rate (FPS) and the quality of the video (1080p, 2.7K and 4K).
- Scroll to QuickShot
The Mini 2 comes with a variety of QuickShot modes from Dronie to Boomerang.
Dronie, Rocket, Circle, Helix and Boomerang all provide a creative edge to your drone content. Check them all out and see which best suit you and your style of content.
- Scroll to Pano
Pano gives you access to the panorama mode which creates a stunning wide angle panorama of any environment.
- Set Camera Parameters
The DJI Mini allows you to change the camera parameters giving you increased control over the camera.
- Use Remote Controller Scroll Wheel
The Remote Control Scroll Wheel gives you the ability to control the gimbal. You can tilt the gimbal up and down by using the Remote Control Scroll Wheel.
- Hit Shutter Record Button on Remote Controller
Click the Shutter Record Button whilst in video mode to start and stop video recording. When in photo mode click the Shutter Record Button to take pictures.
- Press Photo/Video Toggle
To switch quickly between the video and image modes you can press the video/toggle button on the top right corner of the Remote Controller.
- Use Zoom Scroll on Flight Interface
To zoom in and out use the scroll wheel located on the right hand side of the Flight Interface.
- Press the Playback Button
Pressing the Playback Button will open up all your recently captures photos and videos. They are all available for you to preview and share with friends and family.
Now you've learnt the basics when it comes to using the photo and video modes of the Mini 2, go out and start creating!
Ensure you keep your eyes on your DJI Mini 2 at all times whilst you're taking photos or video.
If you require any assistance during your DJI Mini 2 journey be sure to give us a call or email us.
We have a dedicated and expert drone support team that can help assist, guide and support you with any drone related queries.