THE 10 BEST Cinematic SETTINGS for the MAVIC PRO 2



Hey guys, I’m back with another drone tutorial! Today, I’m sharing the 10 BEST cinematic settings for the new MAVIC PRO 2! Let me know what you guys thing and get pumped for the AUS vlog – coming soon!

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23 Replies to “THE 10 BEST Cinematic SETTINGS for the MAVIC PRO 2”

  1. Tiffany Ho

    I’m reading these comments and a lot of you guys need to stop being so critical!! A lot of time goes into making these videos, and he’s doing the best he can with what he has. He’s just sharing the settings he uses, it’s not a demo video!!

  2. machajohn

    Damn that whale shot in the opening was so cool! Meant to say this in your previous videos, but your motion graphics are so sick! Would have loved to seen some difference in the different setting sprinkled throughout the video as you were speaking to them this way we can fully digest what you're saying (when possible to show obviously). One spot I recall is the gimbal smoothness and speed settings in cinematic mode. That could have been a nice opportunity to put in a quick clip. But overall still, thoroughly enjoy this vid

  3. elektrar

    You haven’t mentioned that although it has variable aperture the image quality beyond f5.6 starts to degrade and from 8 to 11 you get pretty soft images due to diffraction on a small sensor. So ND filters are way more essentials, if you really want the best quality and the cinematic look and not the staccato effect.

  4. Sam H

    Great video! But maybe just work a touch on the studio light. I know you haven't finished in there and very busy. But would be finishing touch to your studio tutorials ?

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