Does the DJI Mavic Mini support QuickShots?

ByAdan Flannigan 2019-11-11 4915

The new DJI Fly App has been intuitively designed to simplify flight and recording so pilots of all skill levels can get the most out of their Mavic Mini. New pilots can choose between different modes: Position mode (P) is for easy standard flying, more experienced pilots use Sport mode (S), and content creators choose CineSmooth mode (C) to slow down and get cinematic footage. Pilots can also choose from various pre-programmed flight modes called QuickShots. Simply select the desired mode and the Mavic Mini automatically creates video clips.

DJI Mavic Mini

Does the DJI Mavic Mini support QuickShots?

Yes.They are Rocket, Circle, Dronie and Helix.

What the difference between the four QuickShots modes?

Rocket: The Mavic Mini flies quickly into the air with the camera pointing down and following its subject. You can easily set the altitude limit to 12, 18, 24, 30 or 36 meters.

Circle: The Mavic Mini circles its subject at a constant height and distance.

Dronie: The Mavic Mini flies backwards and upwards at the same time, while the camera remains aligned with the subject. Again, you can easily set the height limit to 12, 18, 24, 30, or 36 meters.

Helix: The Mavic Mini flies spirally upwards and away from the subject at the same time. The same height limits apply as for Rocket or Drone.

How to use "Dronie" QuickShot on DJI Mavic Mini?

Step 1: Take off and hover at least two meters above the ground before shooting.

Step 2: Open the DJI Fly app, and select Droine in QuickShots.

Step 3: Set your desire flight distance.

Step 4: Then select your subjecting by taping or dragging the box around it on the screen.


Note: After selecting your subject, the shutter button in the app will turn into a "Start" button.


Step 5: Tap "Start" and Mavic Mini will automatically fly to the taget area, and start recording while flying backward and upward.


Note: After the QuickShot is finished, the aircraft will return to its original location and hover.


If you want exit the "Dronie" QuickShot during shooting, just tap "X" on the right side of your screen, or short press the upper left button on the remote controller and the aircraft will stop and hover in place.

How to use " Circle" QuickShot on DJI Mavic Mini?

Step 1: Take off and hover at least two meters above the ground before shooting.


Step 2: Open the DJI Fly app, and select Circle in QuickShots.


Step 3: Set the circle direction and select the subject by tapping "+" on the subject or dragging a box around it.


Step 4: Tap "Start" and Mavic Mini will begin recording while flying a circle around your subject using its current distance as the radius.


If you want exit the "Circle" QuickShot during shooting, just tap "X" on the right side of your screen, or short press the upper left button on the remote controller and the aircraft will stop and hover in place.

How to use " Rocket" QuickShot on DJI Mavic Mini?

Step 1: Take off and hover at least two meters above the ground before shooting.


Step 2: Open the DJI Fly app, and select Rocket in QuickShots.


Step 3: Set the flight altitude, and select the target subject by tapping or dragging a box around it.


Step 4: Tap "Start" and Mavic Mini will ascend vertically with its camera pointing downward to record the subject automatically and create an increasingly broader view.


If you want exit the "Rocket" QuickShot during shooting, just do like exiting "Circle" or " Droine".

How to use " Helix" QuickShot on DJI Mavic Mini?

Step 1: Take off and hover at least two meters above the ground before shooting.


Step 2: Open the DJI Fly app, and select Helix in QuickShots.


Step 3: Select your desire flight radius, and select the target subject by tapping or dragging a box around it.


Step 4: Tap "Start" and wait.


Step 5: Mavic Mini will automatically fly towards the target area and begin recording.


Step 6: The aircraft will then begin circling around the subject with the distance between it self and the subject gradually increasing until the pre-set flight distance is reached.


After shooting, the APP will automatically generate a 15 seconds video. You can preview the video just finish in the Playback interface. You can also top " Edit" at the bottom right of the screen to redo the edit. After you finished with editing, don’t forget to share the video with friends on social media!

Note: Before using QuickShots, make sure the aircraft is in Position mode (P-mode) and the locations are clear of buildings and other obstacles. If you are shooting in a new location for the first time, it is recommended to start with a shorter distance.


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