The DJI Mavic Pro is extremely popular mostly due to it’s extremely compact, foldable design. DJI sweetened the deal with the Mavic by giving it some great intelligent flight modes. These features offer new levels of creativity and functionality by either supplementing user flights or letting the aircraft fly all on its own. The flight modes include Active Track (aka Trace), Gesture Mode, Tapfly, Tripod, and Cinematic modes. These flight modes and more work on the DJI Mavic 2. We’re here to show you how to get to the flight modes and make them work and see how well they function.
Intelligent Flight Modes:
After getting your Mavic Pro ready to fly (fully charged battery, propellers attached, everything turned on), open the DJI Go 4 app.
On the center left side of the application, there are three buttons: Auto-Land (circle with arrow pointing down), Return To Home (circle with arrow and an H), and a button that looks like a remote controller. To access intelligent flight modes, tap on the remote controller icon.