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                                                                                          Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom User Manual
        For optimal performance, it is recommended to use Hyperlapse at an altitude higher than 50 m and
        to set a difference of at least two seconds between the interval time and shutter..
        It is recommended to select a static subject (e.g., high-rise buildings, mountainous terrain) at a safe
        distance from the aircraft (further than 15 m). Do not select a subject that is too near the aircraft.
        The aircraft brakes and hovers in place if an obstacle is detected during Hyperlapse.
        The aircraft only generates a video if it has taken at least 25 photos, which is the amount required
        to generate a 1-second video. The video generates when a command is given from the remote
        controller or if the mode is exited unexpectedly (such as when the low battery RTH is triggered).
Task Library (Coming Soon)
Use Task Library to easily record flight paths, which can be repeated later.
QuickShot shooting modes include Dronie, Circle, Helix, Rocket, Boomerang, Asteroid, and Dolly Zoom
(only available with Mavic 2 Zoom). The Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom records a video according to the selected
shooting mode and then automatically generates a 10-second video. The video can then be viewed,
edited, or shared to social media from Playback.
     Dronie: The aircraft flies backward and ascends, with the camera locked on the subject.
     Circle: The aircraft circles around the subject.
     Helix: The aircraft ascends and spirals around the subject.
     Rocket: The aircraft ascends with the camera pointing downward.
     Boomerang: The aircraft flies around the subject in an oval path, ascending as it flies away from
     its starting point and descending as it flies back. The aircraft’s starting point forms one end of the
     oval’s long axis, while the other end of its long axis is at the opposite side of the subject from the
     starting point.
     Ensure there is sufficient space when using Boomerang: Allow a radius of at least 99 ft (30 m)
     around the aircraft and allow at least 33 ft (10 m) above the aircraft.
     Asteroid: The aircraft flies backward and upward and then takes several photos, then flies back
     to its starting point. The video generated starts with a panorama of the highest position and then
     shows the descent. Ensure there is sufficient space when using Asteroid: Allow at least 132 ft (40 m)
     behind and 164 ft (50 m) above the aircraft.
     Dolly Zoom: The Mavic 2 Zoom flies backward and upward. It adjusts the zoom during flight to
     keep the selected subject the same while the background changes.
     When planning to use Dolly Zoom, first select the distance between the aircraft and subject. Be
     sure that there is at least three times that distance available on the rear side of the aircraft so that
     there is sufficient space to fly.
Using QuickShots
Ensure that the aircraft is in P-mode and that the Intelligent Flight Battery is sufficiently charged.
Follow the steps below to use QuickShots:
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