DJI Mavic 2 Pro And Zoom Secret Camera Trick Revealed
The Chinese tech company, DJI recently released its newest drones, the Mavic Pro 2 series. Dubbed as the DJI Mavic 2 Pro and Zoom, these drones have a camera trick that you surely don’t know yet. Here are they:
Truly Restructured Gimbal
In case you already tried flying the original Mavic Pro or Mavic Pro Platinum, then you’re possibly aware of the delicate and fragile design of its gimbal. As a matter of fact, it was small, thin, and from time to time it wasn’t capable of standing the test of strong winds, rapid movements, and small smashes.
With that beings said, the Chinese tech company redesigned the gimbal in the DJI Mavic 2 Pro and Zoom. It has now turned into something that feels tough and rough. Instead of just one particular mounting point above the camera, the gimbal now has two arms that hold the new cameras in their place; thus, creating a tougher design.
New Panning Feature
Along with the new design of the DJI Mavic 2 Pro and Zoom gimbal, it can also now be panned. This basically means that while the drone is flying, users can point its camera in almost any onward direction that they want.
To be able to pan the gimbal, the users just have to hold down on the screen and drag to the left and right, going up and down. He’ll then notice that the gimbal can move in any way his finger moves.
In can be recalled that the DJI Inspire 2’s camera is capable of rotate 360 degrees and it rotates in the same method. Additionally, the gimbal pitch wheel can also be utilized to oscillate the camera while pressing the C1 button, but unfortunately, this isn’t present on DJI Mavic Pro 2. And Zoom. To be able to pan the gimbal, the user should drag their finger on the screen which restricts the kind of material they’re able to shoot.
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