DJI Mavic Mini – How To shoot CINEMATIC footage



DJI Mavic Mini – How To shoot cinematic footage. It’s simple, follow my instructions in this video and you’ll be shooting like a pro in no time!

Shooting smooth and cinematic drone footage with the DJI Mavic Mini is easy if you set it up correctly and are delicate with the controls, it’s quite easy when you get the hang of it.

If you have any questions at all about the DJI Mavic Mini, post them below in the comments and I’ll make sure I get back to you.

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30 Replies to “DJI Mavic Mini – How To shoot CINEMATIC footage”

  1. Tobias Vasta

    Great videos man!!
    I really like your videos, photos and prints(from the other video u uploaded).
    Im looking forward to buy the mini 2 thanks to your videos LoL
    Thumbs up!!!
    Great job you are doing here , thanks again for sharing!!!
    Regards from Sicily, Italy. 😀

  2. Léo Audebert

    Honestly not great… Movements are too simple (no yaw used ???) So the whole video is really linear. You need to add some circular motion to me.. and no story told, only really far range shots except one. Plus your reveals are too long to keep the viewer interested. Just my opinion tho ! 🙂

  3. Valdi G

    Hi Phillip l love your content, very informative. I'm in the market for my first drone and I'm thorn between the mini and air 2, leaning towards mini for the price and legality reasons in UK. I'm total amateur but love to shoot every thing in 2.7k 60fps so I could slow the footage down by 50% to make it more cinematic. Mini doesn't have that fps at 2.7k, so was wondering if you could do a video compere between 2.7k and 1080p and then slow the footage down to see if it is still usable and the quality don't fall to far from 2.7k. Sorry for making it to long. You have earned a new sub.
    Pozdro ze Szkocji.

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