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App Homepage

Fly Spots:View or share suitable flight and shooting locations nearby, learn more about GEO Zones, and preview aerial photos of different locations taken by other users.

Academy:Tap the icon in the top right corner to enter Academy and view product tutorials, flight tips, flight safety notices, and manual documents.

Album:View photos and videos from DJI Fly and your mobile device. MasterShots and QuickShots videos can be viewed after downloading them to your mobile device and rendering. Tap Create and select Templates or Pro. Templates provide an auto-edit feature for imported footage. Pro allows users to edit footage manually.

SkyPixel:Enter SkyPixel to view videos and photos shared by users.

Profile:View account information, flight records; visit the DJI forum, online store; access the Find My Drone feature, and other settings such as firmware updates, camera view, cached data, account privacy, and language.


About the Camera View

①Flight Mode N: Displays the current flight mode.

②System Status Bar In Flight: Indicates the aircraft flight status and displays various warning messages. Tap to view more information when a warning prompt appears.

③Battery Information:Displays the current battery level and remaining flight time.

④Video Downlink Signal Strength:Displays the video downlink signal strength between the aircraft and the remote controller.

⑤Vision System Status:The upper part of the icon indicates the status of the Forward Vision System, and the lower part indicates the status of the Backward Vision System. The icon is white when the vision system is working normally and turns red when the vision system is unavailable.

⑥GNSS Status:Displays the current GNSS signal strength. Tap to check the GNSS signal status. The Home Point can be updated when the icon is white, which indicates the GNSS signal is strong.

⑦System Settings:System settings provide information about safety, control, the camera, and transmission.

⑧Shooting Modes

⑨Landscape/Portrait Mode Switch:Tap to switch between Landscape and Portrait modes. The camera will rotate 90 degrees when switching to Portrait mode, for shooting portrait videos and photos. Portrait mode is not supported when using MasterShots, Pano, or the Asteroid shooting mode in QuickShots.(only DJI Mini 3/3 Pro)

⑩Zoom:The icon shows the zoom ratio. Tap to adjust the zoom ratio. Tap and hold the icon to expand the zoom bar and slide on the bar to adjust the zoom ratio.

⑪Shutter/Record Button:Tap to take a photo or to start or stop recording a video.

Focus Button:Tap the icon to switch the focus mode. Tap and hold the icon to expand the focus bar and slide on the bar to focus the camera.

⑬Playback:Tap to enter playback and preview photos and videos as soon as they are captured.

⑭Camera Mode Switch:Choose between Auto and Pro modes when in photo mode. The parameters differ with each mode.

⑮Shooting Parameters:Displays the current shootings parameters. Tap to access parameter settings.

⑯microSD Card Information:Displays the remaining number of photos or video recording time on the current microSD card. Tap to view the available capacity of the microSD card.

⑰Flight Telemetry

H 0.0m:Vertical distance from the aircraft to the Home Point,

0.0m/s:Vertical speed of the aircraft.

D 0.0m:Horizontal distance from the aircraft to the Home Point.

0.0m/s:Horizontal speed of the aircraft.

⑱Map:Tap to switch to the Attitude Indicator, which displays information such as the orientation and tilt angle of the aircraft, as well as the locations of the remote controller and the Home Point.

⑲Auto Takeoff/Landing/RTH:Tap the icon. When the prompt appears, press and hold the button to initiate auto takeoff or landing.