The DJI series drones such as the Phantom series and Mavic series have the option to take multiple photos at a time. This is called multiple mode or burst mode. This can be helpful when taking photographs of moving objects like a train or running animals. Steps To Take Multiple Photos The following steps were […]
While flying a DJI drone on a sunny day it can be common to see black and white diagonal lines on the screen. These lines are overexposure warning lines and are also known as zebra stripes. This article provides more information and instructions on how to turn the warning lines off or back on.
DJI drones can save videos in MOV or MP4 formats. This article provides more information about these video formats and instructions on how to change the video format used in the DJI GO app.
On DJI drones, the default measurement unit is metric (m/s) for measuring altitude, distance, and speed. These measurement values are shown on the bottom of the DJI Go app in the flight telemetry section. If you live in the United States or another country that does not use the metric system as the default for […]
Formatting an SD card is similar to formatting a hard drive to use with your computer. The process of formatting creates the file system on the SD card or hard drive that a device such as a drone or computer knows how to write files to or read files from. Formatting the SD card will […]
On DJI drones, the horizon in photos or video footage can sometimes be tilted. This can be frustrating if you have devoted time to driving to a location to fly and then believe that you have captured beautiful scenery. To fix this issue the gimbal needs to be calibrated so that the camera is level. […]
When you first receive a DJI drone it will be in beginner mode. The beginner mode settings are more restrictive so that new drone pilots can learn how to fly with less chances of crashing. This article will explain the differences in beginner mode and provide instructions on how to turn beginner mode off. While […]