DJI Mavic Pro: When and How to Calibrate The IMU



Calibrating the IMU can fix any little malfunctions with your drone. It’s always worth doing every few weeks, it’s kind of like an oil change for drones.

38 Replies to “DJI Mavic Pro: When and How to Calibrate The IMU”

  1. Gibson Biddle

    Many thanks. This ended weeks of frustration for me. The on-screen instructions while doing the IMU calibration are not clear, at all. First, I didn't realize you had to close the rotors. Second, hardly any indication that you need to place the drone in different positions, and third, hard to understand what positions are wanted. I hope Google SEO for DJI Phantom IMU Callibration finds this video more quickly. The DJI Forum was even hard to navigate/discover your video.

  2. RENE J VAILLANCOURT

    VERY PROFESSIONAL VIDEO. VERY EDUCATONAL  AND USEFUL PRESENTATION. I REALY APPRECIATE YOU SHARING YOUR PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE, MAKING IT POSSIBLE FOR ME TO FLY AND ENJOY MY MAVIC PRO.THANKS BILLY KYLE.

  3. Tom van der Leelie

    Ditto on the speed of your presentation, I’m a newbie and also had to pause and rewind quite a few times, mind you, some video presentations are so slow where i can take a nap until they get to the point. So a middle ground would be perfect. Loved your information though. How long is the calibration meant to last? Its been stuck on the third button for over 10 minutes now

  4. mark675

    Its crazy cus we spend ages getting the work surface flat and then when you lay the mavic on its side it rocks and doesnt sit flat itself cus of the arm 😂

  5. Brian Alsobrook

    hi billy, please responds have watched all your videos on your channels, had my mavic pro about 9 months now,latly my camera gets a small shake in video sometimes,not all the time, seems been doing it more lately ,does your mavic ever have this annoying problem, wondering could it be software from appease iPhone 6= OR MY IPAD 4 MINI, I'm going nuts, everything else still works great, also I do not use my sensors ,was cleaning front sensor with a q-tip and scratched ,so I turn off sensors, any ideas would be a major help to media fly everyday I'm hooked,about to get phantom4 pro, just purchased 5k iMac 2 weeks ago, now I see what 4k looks like, and I shoot in the 4k 3842 30 fps or what ever that setting is ,that you said is the best to shoot in, once again its a small like fast little shake ,seems like if I just let it just float and record it does not do the little shake, but soon as I start to fly I will see a little shake, please help me with any of your thoughts ,thanks billy

  6. David Beach

    Could you please just talk as fast as possible so we don’t learn a damn thing. I hate when I google Mavic Pro and get your videos… I’m sure your heart is in the right place but dude, maybe you should try auctioneering?

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