Here’s the DJI Air 2S Zoom Drone User Manual for you to check out.
Here’s the full instructions manual for DJI Air 2S Zoom Drone.
Using this Manual:
- Read Before the First Flight
- Video Tutorials
- Download the DJI Fly App
- Download the DJI Assistant 2(Consumer Drone Series)
DJI Air 2S features a fully stabilized 3-axis gimbal and 1-inch CMOS sensor camera that can shoot 5.4K 30ftps, 4K 60ftps, and 1080p 120ftps video as well as 20MP photos.
DJI Air 2S comes equipped with the DJI RC-N1 remote controller which boasts four built-in antennas and DJ’s long-range transmission O3(OCUSYNC 3.0) technology, offering a maximum transmission range of 7.5 mi (12 km) and video quality of up to 1080p from the aircraft to the DJI Fly app on a mobile device.
The aircraft and camera can easily be controlled using the onboard buttons. The maximum runtime of the remote controller is six hours.
- Preparing the Aircraft
- Preparing the Remote Controller
- Aircraft Diagram
- Remote Controller Diagram
- Activating DJI Air 2S
- Flight Modes
DJI Air 2S has three flight modes, plus a fourth flight mode that the aircraft switches to in certain scenarios. Flight modes can be switched via the Flight Mode switch on the remote controller.
- Aircraft Status Indicator
- Vision System and Infrared Sensing System
- Intelligent Flight Mode
- Advanced Pilot Assitance System 4.0
The Advanced Pilot Assistance System 4.0 (APAS 4.0) feature is available in Normal mode.
When APAS is enabled, the aircraft can be brought to a stop by pressing the Flight Pause button on the remote controller or tapping Stop on the screen in DJI Fly. The aircraft hovers for three seconds and awaits further pilot commands.
- Flight Recorder
- Attaching and Detaching the Propellers
- Intelligent Flight Battery
- Gimbal and Camera
The 3-axis gimbal of DJI Air 2S provides stabilization for the camera, allowing you to capture clear and stable images and video.
- Remote Controller Profile
Built into the remote controller are four antennas and DJI’s long-range transmission technology O3 (OcuSync 3.0), offering a maximum transmission range of 7.5 mi (12 km) and displaying video from the aircraft to DJI Fly on a mobile device at up to 1080p.
In a wide-open area with no electromagnetic interference, O3 smoothy transmits video links at up to 1080p, no matter the change in flight attitude.
For IOS devices, first make sure that charging is enabled in DJI Fly. Charging for IOS devices is disabled by default and needs to be enabled each time the remote controller is powered on.
- Using the Remote Controller
Optimal Transmission Zone signal between the aircraft and the remote controller is most reliable when the antennas are positioned in relation to the aircraft as depicted below.
- Linking the Remote Controller
DJI Fly App:
This section introduces the main functions of the DJI Fly app.
- Camera View
This section describes safe flight practices and flight restrictions. Once pre-flight preparation is complete, it is recommended to hone your flight skills and practice flying safely. Make sure that all flights are carried out in an open area.
- Flight Environment Requirements
- Flight Limits and GEO Zones
Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) operates should abide by the regulations from self-regulatory organizations such as the International Civil Aviation Organization, the Federal Aviation Administration and local aviation authorities.
Altitude limits, distance limits, and GEO zones function concurrently to manage flight safety when GNSS is available. Only altitude can be limited when GNSS is Unavailable.
- Pre-flight Checklist
- Auto Takeoff/Landing
- Starting/Stopping the Motors
A Combination Stick Command (CSC) is used to start the motors. Push both sticks to the bottom inner or outer corner to start the motors. Once the motors have started spinning release both sticks simultaneously.
- Flight Test
- Firmware Update
- After-Sales Information
Jon is a passionate photographer and videographer who has been flying DJI drones for over 5 years. He loves the freedom and creativity that comes with capturing aerial footage and the unique perspective it provides. Jon is always on the lookout for new locations to explore and capture with his DJI drones. His favorite DJI drone is the Mavic 2 Pro, which he uses to capture stunning 4K footage with its Hasselblad camera. Jon is always eager to share his knowledge and experience with other drone enthusiasts and is a member of several online drone communities. When he’s not flying his DJI drone, Jon enjoys hiking, camping, and spending time with his family.