Here’s the DJI Mavic 2 Zoom Drone User Manual for you to check out.
Here’s the full instructions manual for DJI Mavic 2 Zoom Drone.
Using this Manual:
- Read Before the First Flight
- Video Tutorials
- Download the DJI Go 4 App
- Download the DJI Assistant 2 for Mavic
The DJI Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom features an omnidirectional Vision System and Infrared Sensing Systems. Effortlessly capture complex shots using signature DJI technologies such as Obstacle Sensing and Intelligent flight mode like Hyperlapse, Point of Interest, Tapfly, Ouick shots and Advanced Pilot Assistance System.
The Movic 2 Pro/Zoom uses the latest technology to increase stability and footage quality, reducing the Mavic 2 Zoom angle vibration range to within and Mavic 2 Pro angle vibration range.
- Preparing the Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom
- Preparing the Remote Controller
- Aircraft Diagram
The Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom contains a flight controller, vision systems, video downlink system, propulsion system and an Intelligent Flight Battery
- Flight Modes
- Aircraft LED’s and Status Indicator
When the aircraft is turned on, the Front LEDs indicate the aircraft’s front and reveal the aircraft’s direction by glowing solid red.
The Aircraft Status Indicators communicate the status indicators. When the home point is being noted, the aircraft status indicators also flash as explained in the return to the home section.
- Vision System and Infrared Sensing System
The Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom has an upward and downward infrared sensing system, a front, backward, downward, and lateral vision system, which together provide omnidirectional obstacle sensing.
Two 3D infrared modules situated on the top and bottom of the aircraft serve as the primary components of the upward and downward infrared sensing system.
The aircraft is better able to keep its present position, hover in place, and fly indoors or in other environments without a GPS connection thanks to the Downward Vision System and Infrared Sensing System.
- Intelligent Flight Modes
- Advanced Pilot Assitance System
The Advanced Pilot Assitance System feature is available in P-mode. When APAS is enabled, the aircraft continues to respond to user commands and plans its path according to both control stick inputs and the flight environment.
APAS makes avoiding obstacles easier, obtaining smoother footage, and giving better flying experience.
- Flight Recorder
Flight data including flight telemetry, aircraft status information and other parameters are automatically saved to the aircraft’s internal data recorder. The data can be accessed using DJI Assistant 2 for Mavic.
- Attaching and Detaching the Propellers
- Intelligent Flight Battery
- Gimbal and Camera
The Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom 3 axis gimbal provides stabilization for the camera, allowing you to capture clear and stable images and video. The gimbal has a tilt range of -90 to +30.
Use the gimbal dial on the remote controller to control the camera’s tilt. Alternatively, enter camera view in DJI GO 4.
Built into the remote controller is DJI’s long range transmission technology. Easily control the aircraft and camera using the onboard buttons. An onboard LCD screen gives real-time aircraft data information and the detachable control sticks make the remote controller easier to store.
The built-in battery has a capacity of 3950 mAH and a maximum run time of 2 hours and 15 minutes. The remote controller charges the mobile device with charging ability of 500 mAH.
- Using the Remote Controller
- Dual Remote Controller Mode
- Linking the Remote Controller
DJI Go 4 App:
Use this app to control the gimbal, camera and other aircraft functions. The app features equipment, editors, sky pixel and Me sections, which are used for configuring your aircraft, and editing and sharing your photos and videos with others.
It is advised to use the flight simulator in DJI GO 4 to refine your flying abilities and practise flying safely when pre-flight preparation is finished.
Make sure to conduct all flights in a space that is open. For details on utilising the remote controller and the app to control the aircraft, consult the sections on DJI GO 4 and the remote controller, respectively.
- Flight Environment Requirements
- Flight Limits and GEO Zones
- Pre-flight Checklist
- Auto Takeoff/Landing
- Starting/Stopping the Motors
- Flight Test
- Calibrating the Compass
- Firmware Updates
- Remote Controller LCD Screen Menu Information
- After-Sales Information