DJI MAVIC AIR / 5 IMPORTANT CINEMATIC TIPS



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5 tips cinematic DJI MAVIC AIR tips

1 – Use D-Cinelike
2 – Use histograms
3 – Manual White Balance
4 – Frames Per Second – (FPS)
5 – Drone supremacy’s secret tip

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25 Replies to “DJI MAVIC AIR / 5 IMPORTANT CINEMATIC TIPS”

  1. Robert MacCready

    Francis, just got my Mavic Air 2 days ago. Am up and running but I feel the video is not that crisp. I shot just below 4K and 30 fps. On say, a sunny day and shooting around a golf course. what settings would you use? And what about editing and then saving. What are the good numbers to use? Thanks, gave your video a "thumbs up" and a sub.

  2. Elliot Lovgren

    2:10 the shutter speed should be determined by your frame rate for the most cinematic look, and a more realistic motion blur. It should be double the frame rate so30 fps = 1/60th of a second, 120fps = 1/240th of a second, and so on… the only exception is if it's too bright and the lowest iso is still too high

  3. Mat Glenday

    Newbie to the Drone scene, just got myself a Mavic Air and am loving your videos, very informative and puts me at ease with knowing tricks of how to do and what not. Ignore the haters about the flailing hands, to a deaf person the use of hands are a way of communication, it shows the emotions, creativity and excitement you are feeling in getting out these videos, at least you’re not boring to watch, 😂Keep up the great work Dude!

  4. Scott M

    Actually, for "cinematic" footage you want your shutter speed to be 2x your frame rate … so for 24fps you'd want 1/48 and for 30fps you'd want 1/60. Then use ND filters to knock the light back if you need to. This way you'll get smooth motion and blur without the stuttery look of digital cameras.

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