In this five-minute video, Shawn from the YouTube channel Air Photography explains the new function button options that have become available in the latest DJI Fly app update v1.2.2. for the DJI Mavic Air 2 and the DJI Mini 2.
The DJI Fly app received an update with the arrival of the DJI Mini 2 drone yesterday. The new update adds QuickTransfer that allows you to download photos and videos from the DJI Mini 2 directly to your phone at 20 MB/s without the use of the remote controller. Furthermore, there is an Enhanced Photo function added, the ability to trim video clips, and more.
The DJI Fly app will no longer support iOS 10 and below operating systems after the releases of v1.1.10. DJI says that they’re doing this to provide a better software experience, a higher quality, and a more stable platform. The DJI Fly app is used to control the DJI Mavic Air 2, the Mavic Mini, and the soon to be released DJI Mini 2.
Hat tip to Mr. D. for spotting this one.
DJI updated the DJI Fly app over the weekend. The latest update brings the app to version 1.1.8 and it now shows the remaining storage space left on your MicroSD card either in GB’s or in recording-time-left.
Update: DJI just made a newer version of the app available on the Apple App Store called version 1.1.9 with the same update information. It seems that there were some bugs left.
New DJI Mavic Air 2 features improve the cinematic capabilities and offer new obstacle avoidance options on DJI’s latest drone. These features are not available to all users unfortunately and it is somewhat unclear as to why that is. I have them on my DJI Mavic Air 2, so let’s take a closer look.