For aerial videos it is common to use the gimbal to tilt the camera up or down while recording scenery. On DJI drones like the Inspire, Phantom, or Mavic the default settings for the speed of moving the camera up or down is very fast. This can lead to videos that have quick jerky movements […]
When you take a photo with DJI series drones like an Inspire, Phantom, or Mavic the image file can be saved to the SD card as a JPEG file, a RAW (DNG) file, or both a JPEG file and a RAW (DNG) file. JPEG: This is the default file format for saving photos with DJI […]
DJI drones like the Phantom series and Mavic series provide a flight simulator to practice flying with the drone’s transmitter. This is a great way to learn how to fly the specific drone before your first flight. It also can be a good way to practice flying when you are unable to make an actual […]
This article explains how to take black and white photos with DJI drones like the Phantom or Mavic.
DJI drones like the Phantom and Mavic provide the option to record videos with subtitles with information about the video settings, location, and height and speed telemetry. This can be helpful for improving future flights by checking the video settings that were used when you did something wrong or right. It also can be interesting […]
If you have more than one battery for your DJI Phantom 4 drone then the standard battery charger can only connect to one battery. You need to wait for the first battery to charge and then connect the next battery for it to start charging. With the long amount of time it takes to charge […]
This article explains how to turn on center points in the DJI Go app for DJI series drones like the Phantom or Mavic.
This article explains how to turn on grids in the DJI Go app for DJI series drones like the Phantom or Mavic.
This article explains how to update the DJI Go app to take multiple photos with one click for DJI drones like the Phantom or Mavic.
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.