Parrot Bebop 2 Power — Settings Overview

Today we’re going to be taking a look at the general settings of the bebop 2 power edition and see what it has to offer. So let’s get into it.

Parrot Bebop 2 Power FPV Pack:

Parrot Bebop 2 FPV Pack:

So let’s get into the general settings of the bebop 2 power. We will start out by accessing it through the gear icon in the upper left-hand corner of the screen

The tab opens into the interface settings menu where you can select and view all the essential settings you would want to change or configure. At the top you have Piloting Mode the options are Normal Ace or Joypad. These options select which type of RC setup you prefer with the ability to change flight modes as well with the swap button on the far right. Below it, you have FPV Mode with the selections between Manual and Auto with a configure button next to it. The configure is for the Cockpitglasses 2 since it has an adjustable Interpapillary eyepiece you can use this to center the left and right eye with the plus and line.

Below the FPV Mode is the toggle between cockpit glasses and below it the map type for your on-screen display.
The hand launch toggle is also in this menu so You don’t have to worry about if it’s always on or off.

Moving on to the Piloting tab: This gives you the ability to change settings for your controller sensitivity and speed. adjust the sliders to either increase the rate at which the bebop 2 power responds or reduce the rates. Your choices include Video mode and Sport mode which is selectable in the on-screen display while you are in flight. You have the ability to change max tilt, max tilt speed, max vertical speed, and max rotational speed. Below that is the banked turns option this option is if you want the drone to bank like a fixed-wing aircraft in flight.

Next is the Safety tab this menu lists the options for what the bebop 2 does once connection is lost to the drone You can adjust the time you want the drone to wait after connection is lost to initiate return to home, Adjust the max altitude you want the drone to be able to reach as well as the max distance you want your bebop to be able to fly before it is stopped. The option for geofence is here as well select this to have a virtual barrier that restricts the drone from flying out of a designated zone set up by you the pilot.

The video tab is where you set up your recording preferences, whether you want the video in 70 or 1080p. Recording quality in standard or high, frame rates of 24 25 and 30. Roll stabilization As the drone turns, roll stabilization enables the image to remain parallel (not tilted) to the ground plane. This applies to both FPV and normal camera views. Also, to reduce the blinking caused by the artificial light you have the option to change the anti-flickering settings.

• Moving on to network settings Network Name – Lets you change the name of your drone. Activate WPA2 to set a password for your Bebop 2’s Wi-Fi network.
• Location – Select the country/region you are in. Activate OUTDOOR for flying outside.
• Wi-Fi band – You may choose Wi-Fi channel and band or leave the setting on automatic select.
*Note: The network name of the Bebop 2 can only contain letters, numbers, and underscores (“_”), and must not exceed 32 characters in length.

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