Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom User Manual Flight Parameter Settings 1. Flight Speed: Flight speed range is 0-10 m/s, the “+” value means the aircraft circles the point counter-clockwise, and the “–” value means the aircraft circles the point clockwise. Adjust the speed by sliding the onscreen slider, and use the roll stick on the remote controller to increase the value. 2. Circle Radius: Adjust the radius by sliding the onscreen slider, and use the tilt stick on the remote controller to increase the value. 3. Circle Attitude: Adjust the attitude by sliding the onscreen slider, and use the throttle stick on the remote controller to increase the value. 4. Gimbal Angle: Use the yaw stick to control the gimbal’s yaw, and use the gimbal dial to control the gimbal’s tilt. Tap the icon to recenter the gimbal (If GPS Positioning is used to select the Point of Interest, only the yaw recenters. If the Point of Interest is selected on the screen, both the yaw and tilt recenter). 5. Circle Direction: Select the direction by sliding the onscreen button. Exiting Point of Interest Tap on the screen or press the Flight Pause button to pause the Point of Interest mode. Press and hold on the Flight Pause button to exit Point of Interest mode. The aircraft brakes and hovers in place once an obstacle is detected during POI. If the aircraft nose is aimed towards the Point of Interest during flight, the aircraft may not be able to avoid obstacles. Use Point of Interest in a wide open area. Waypoints (Coming Soon) The aircraft flies to the waypoints in order according to the settings. The flight orientation and speed can be controlled during flight. You can select the waypoints by flying the Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom to the waypoints and record them individually. The waypoints can also be selected and edited in the map before takeoff: 1. Add Waypoints and Point of Interest in the map. The aircraft’s camera points to the Point of Interest when traveling through the waypoints. 2. Tap on the Waypoints and Point of Interest to set the altitude, flight speed, and other parameters. 3. Drag the Waypoints and Point of Interest to adjust the positions. 4. Flight speed, failsafe settings, and aircraft behavior can be configured after completing the Waypoints. 5. Waypoints and Point of Interest information can be saved in the app while editing in the map and the flight path can be recorded and repeated. In challenging environments such as those surrounded by high-rise buildings it is recommended to set waypoints by flying to each waypoint manually. 30 © 2018 DJI All Rights Reserved.