10 Tips For The DJI Mavic Pro



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The DJI Mavic Pro is a quadcopter that flies with ease and takes amazing video footage! If your have a DJI Mavic Pro or are getting one, these ten tips will help you get the most from it. Drone pilots of all skill levels should watch this video!

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33 Replies to “10 Tips For The DJI Mavic Pro”

  1. Roy Patterson

    That's not exactly true, because DJI even says you can leave the gimbal cover on when you fly, because it protects the gimbal. And others have said why do you think they made it clear and added a rubber gray piece to cover them gimbal cover if the gimbal cover is only there to protect the gimbal, then why protect the clear piece from getting scratched if it wasn't meant to be used for flying that's not exactly true, because DJ I even says you can leave the gimbal cover on when you fly, because it protects the gimbal. And others have said why do you think they made it clear and added a gray rubber cover piece to cover the clear plastic gimbal cover if the gimbal cover is only there to protect the gimbal, then why protect the clear plastic gimbal cover piece from getting scratched if it wasn't meant to be used for flying. Also, it's okay to fly with it on, especially during cool and cold days. Like I said, if you've noticed on the clear plastic gimbal cover, you'll see that there's a slit on the one side, which allows air in, not to mention you can see on the one side that has the arm of the gimbal oh, you can see that the clear plastic piece is molded to allow that piece to move and not hit the sides, which wouldn't be there if the it wasn't meant to fly with it on. These are all common sense. But great video otherwise.

  2. Harry Colby

    The FAA identification number must now be displayed on the outside legibly on the outside of the drone… (Got my Ready Set Drone decals yesterday)…. Just giving information to everyone here in the USA…

  3. Max Power

    As a rule you should never fly it indoors i think. Only for turning on and changing settings or for some reason connecting pc to drone. otherwise flying indoors is very unrecommended.

  4. Christopher C-Dog Patterson

    Hey thanks for the tips…I justtttt got my mavic pro and veryyyy happy.. I'm kinda scared to start up up for the first time. I'm wondering about a fee things before I start up first time. First .. should i use remote only first and then once getbthe hang ..then connect tablet for video and all the fancy stuff….second .I'm wondering about the switch in the side by the sd card. It says wifi/Rc. Wondering what thats for..and when do I mess wirh it. And where does it need to be for startup. And lastly. Is there a video that walks a person like me thru turn on all the way thru to take off and flying…..im.sure I can figure it out but I finally got a mavic and I'll be dammed if I crash it right after I getbit in the air cuz I'm not sure what's going on. Haha. ..so anymore help other than what I've seen from u would be soooooo appreciated…Chris Patterson. Disabled/retired ..p.s…mainly i want to be able to take off and fly and impress my kid ..not crash and get laughed at. Not to mention the money and time it costed me. I'll never get another chance to own one. So I got to be sure and careful!:):) Thanks again

  5. Richard W

    Did you use a plain printed label for your FAA number or something permanent? I'm getting mine soon, and saw where they want you to permanently affix it to the drone, either with a permanent label or engraved and im not too keen on doing that since I might sell it in the future if I upgrade to a better one.

  6. DFW-anonymous

    I don't think that all of these are very good tips. You do not fly indoors, you will not want to have it all the time in the back of you car the drone in particular with batteries fully charged. Please review other youtube videos that talk about first time unpacking, calibration, and the main settings.

  7. Mac Robeson

    Not sure if someone has already said this, but you can leave the camera dome on during flight. DJI even recommends leaving it on, there is very very little chance of overheating. Of course you may want to take it off to prevent lense flare.

  8. Joshtinn Sison

    Ready set drone. Do you think the mavic pro is still worth it in 2019?. Because i'm still saving money for it. Do you think the mavic pro is still worth it?.
    (Mavic 2. too expensive for me)

  9. Alan Watson

    I took the inner molded pieces from the packing the Mavic came in and mounted it in a small hard shell case that has foam rubber in it. There was also extra space for other items such as spare battery, filters and spare blades.

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