DJI MAVIC AIR – ALL Intelligent Flight Modes – EXPLAINED!

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►Music by: Epidemic Sound
►Outro by: Guggenz
Dronie Quickshot – 1:59
Circle Quickshot – 2:28
Helix Quickshot – 2:45
Rocket Quickshot – 3:31
Boomerang Quickshot – 3:52
Asteroid Quickshot – 4:14
Active Track – 5:25
Smart Capture – 6:51
Tripod mode – 7:39
Cinematic mode – 8:12
TapFly – 8:37
Point of interest – 9:05
Sport mode – 9:35

In today’s video we’ll take a look at every single intelligent flight mode that the new DJI Mavic Air has – including Quickshot mode (Dronie, Circle, Helix, Rocket, Boomerang & Asteroid), then we’ll see how Active Track works in all of its three variations, then we’ll jump to Smart Capture, also known as Gesture Control. Next, I’ll test Tripod & Cinematic modes, which both have their unique characteristics. Coming up next is the Tap Fly mode, and finally we’ll take a look at what Point of Interest can do. Unfortunately my Point of interest footage got deleted, but I still hope you’ll be able to understand what the mode is all about. I might include some more POI footage in a future video. But for now, those are all the intelligent flight modes that the Mavic Air has and I hope you find this video useful. I’ve even included some sport mode footage for those that are curious, as well as some buttery-smooth slow motion clips of me, making a fool out of myself. Hope you enjoy :D