User Manual

1. INSTALLATION

Red Waypoint APP can be downloaded and installed through Google Play Store. When executing the APP for the first time, please accept all required permissions otherwise the application might not work correctly. The required permissions are the following:
- Access device location. Required for access to the GPS location in order to execute functionalities
- Access photos, media, and files to your device. Required to store information on your device.
- Access to the device information such as the phone state, phone number. Required for the DJI SDK registration with DJI servers.



2. REGISTRATION

The first time after installation you will need to have internet connection in order to register Red Waypoint APP with DJI and Google Maps servers. Registration can be done without being connected to a DJI drone. All registration processes are done in the background.

First, open the Red Waypoint APP and it will start to register with DJI servers. If DJI registration process is successful the background image will turn red color, otherwise it will remain gray, and a retry button will appear. If experiencing problems, please verify your internet connection.

Once successfully registered with DJI servers, press the Offline Mode button to open Google Maps view and the APP will automatically start to register with Google Maps servers. If successfully registered Google Maps will start showing the map.



3. GENERAL INFORMATION


3.1 Connecting your drone to Red Waypoint

To connect the drone to Red Waypoint APP, ensure you are using the latest DJI firmware on your aircraft, batteries and remote controller (if you are using one). You can update the firmware using DJI Go.


3.1.1 Connecting Red Waypoint to the Remote Controller with a USB OTG cable

  1. Make sure no DJI-based apps (including DJI Go and other third party DJI apps) are running in the background. If there are any close them or the connection with Red Waypoint APP will fail.
  2. If you have another app configured as the default USB OTG connection, you will need to clear it. Go to (Settings - Apps - APP name - Clear Defaults).
  3. Power on the drone and the remote controller, and let them initialize and link each other. Check the LED color on the remote controller to check the link status. Green LED connected, red LED disconnected.
  4. Plug the USB OTG cable from the remote controller to the android device. For Mavic drones, you can use either the bottom or side USB ports. Make sure to use only one port at once.
  5. If USB connection detected, a popup window will prompt asking which APP to connect, select the Red Waypoint APP to initiate the connection.

3.1.2 Connecting Red Waypoint to the Remote Controller using Wi-Fi

  1. Make sure no DJI-based apps (including DJI Go and other third party DJI apps) are running in the background. If there are any, close them or the connection with Red Waypoint APP will fail.
  2. Power on the drone and the remote controller, and let them initialize and link each other. Check the LED color on the remote controller to check the link status. Green LED connected, red LED disconnected.
  3. Start Red Waypoint APP.
  4. Select the Wi-Fi switch to enter to the Android Wi-Fi manager.
  5. Enable Wi-Fi and connect to the Remote Controller Wi-Fi Access point.

3.1.3 Compatible drones

M300 RTK, Mavic Air, MAVIC 2 Enterprise Dual, MAVIC 2 Enterprise, MAVIC 2 Series, Mavic Pro, Mavic Air, Phantom 3 Series, Phantom 4 Series, Inspire Series, M200 SERIES V2, Matrice 600 Series, Spark and MAVIC MINI*.
Check the updated list from DJI SDK Mobile Developer WebSite
* Note: Mavic Mini is not compatible with all features of RedWaypoint. It does not support Orbit Missions, Follow Me Missions and Active Track Missions.



4. MAIN WINDOW

When launching Red Waypoint APP you access directly to the main window. On the first launch connection it automatically registers with DJI servers. When not registered the background will remain gray color otherwise is red color. When aircraft connected successfully to Red Waypoint an image of the drone model will appear on the left side of the window.




4.1 Window Menu


Settings Set the default distance units (Meters or feet) and the default speed units (Km/h or MPH)
Information In the information section there are several information links regarding Red Waypoint APP. The www.redwaypoint.com website, YouTube tutorials videos, Terms and Conditions, Privacy policy, Google Play store and APP version number.
Exit Press exit button to close Red Waypoint APP.
Unlock (Only in FREE version) Press unlock button to unlock premium features.


4.2 Status


4.2.1 Wi-Fi

Press Wi-Fi switch to open the Android WiFi manager. Turn on and turn off the android device Wi-Fi. Connect to the desired Wi-Fi Access Point.


4.2.2 GPS

Press GPS switch to open the Android GPS location manager. Allow and disable the android device GPS location and congifure the location mode.


4.2.3 Connection status

The drone connection status is displayed below Wi-Fi and GPS switches. It informs about the connection status between the drone and Red Waypoint APP.
Connection to the drone can be made via WiFi or USB OTG connection.



4.3 Launcher menu


4.3.1 Plan Offline

The Plan Offline button will enter to the waypoint mission editor using a Map view. You can plan a waypoint mission without being connected to the drone.


4.3.2 Connect / Fly

The Connect button will enter to the Map and FPV view. Only available when connected to the drone.


4.3.3 Open Media

The Open Media button will launch the SD card file manager from your drone. Only available when connected to the drone.



4.4 Login / Logout

Login using your DJI account.(Optional feature)



5. OFFLINE MODE

The Offline mode is based on a Google Maps View for managing your Waypoints missions.
Using the Offline Mode it's not necessary to be connected to the drone.



1. Locate button:

Locate: Clicking on the locate button in offline mode will automatically center the map to the home point coordinate.
If no home point coordinate is set, it will center the map to the Android GPS coordinate.
Otherwise it will not center the map.

2. Help button:
Shows a help dialog for using the Map View in Offline Mode.
3. Information button:
Shows a dialog with the current mission information.
4. Tools button:
Shows a dialog with the mission tools.
5. Mission button:
Shows a dialog with the current mission configuration.
6. Edit pattern button:
Shows the current waypoint drawing pattern selected. Use this button to select the pattern and to configure the default pattern settings.
7. File button:
Shows the Load, Save and Delete buttons to manage.
8. Expand/Contract menu button:
Switches the visibility of the menu buttons.
9. Marker selection button:
Shows the current marker selection. Use this button to select a marker and to configure the default settings.
10. Delete waypoint button:
Shows the current delete waypoints mode. Use this button to delete waypoints.



6. ONLINE MODE

The Online mode is based on a Google Maps View and a First Person View (FPV).
To connect to the Online Mode it's necessary to be connected to the drone.



1. Locate button:

Locate: Clicking on the locate button in online mode will automatically center the map to the drone coordinate.
If no valid drone GPS coordinate is available, it will center the map to the home point coordinate.
If no home point coordinate is set, it will center the map to the Android GPS coordinate.
Otherwise it will not center the map.
AutoLocate: Long Click on the Locate button to Enable / Disable Autolocation function.

2. Help button:
Shows a help dialog for using the Map View in Online Mode.
3. Information button:
Shows a dialog with the current mission information.
4. Tools button:
Shows a dialog with the mission tools.
5. Mission button:
Shows a dialog with the current mission configuration.
6. Edit pattern button:
Shows the current waypoint drawing pattern selected. Use this button to select the pattern and to configure the default pattern settings.
7. File button:
Shows the Load, Save and Delete buttons to manage.
8. Expand/Contract menu button:
Switches the visibility of the menu buttons.
9. Marker selection button:
Shows the current marker selection. Use this button to select a marker and to configure the default settings.
10. Delete waypoint button:
Shows the current delete waypoints mode. Use this button to delete waypoints.
11. Take Off / Land / Cancel Landing button:
Take Off When not Flying, you can start take off by pressing this button.
Land When Flying, you can start the Automatic landing by pressing this button.
Cancel Landing When Landing, you can cancel the Automatic landing by pressing this button.

12. Return to Home/Cancel Return to Home button:
Return To Home Press Return To Home (RTH) button to make your aircraft Return Home automatically.
Cancel Return to Home When RTH, you can cancel the Automatic Return To Home by pressing this button.

13. Simulation button:
Simulation ON Shows that Simulator is ON. Press to Stop the Simulation.
Simulation OFF Shows that Simulator is OFF. Press to Start the Simulation.

14. Play/Pause button:
PLAY Press Play button to start the selected Mission.
PAUSE When a Mission is executing, Press Pause button to pause the mission.

15. Stop button:
STOP When a Mission is executing, Press Stop button to stop the mission.

16. Pre-flight Check list button:
Pre-flight Check list Clicking on the Check list button shows the preflight checklist panel that includes a list of items (like IMU, GPS etc) and their state that roll up into an overall state.

17. Drone Status information:
View drone status information such as the Aircraft Positioning mode, Battery levels, WiFi Signal, number of GPS and GPS signal quality and the Remote Controller strength signal.
18. Telemetry information:
View drone telemetry information such as the time since launch, altitude distance, instantaneous drone speed, and Horizontal distance from Home Point.
19. Minimized FPV view button:
Click on the Minimized FPV view to switch from the Map View to the FPV view.



1. Gimbal seekbar:
Shows the current gimbal angle in the seekbar.
Whit Gimbal options set to manual mode, you can move the seekbar to change the gimbal angle.
Use the Gimbal settings to configure a transition time for smooth gimbal movements.
2. Camera menu:

Camera controller Is the main camera controller menu composed by a Menu button, a camera Switch mode, a capture button and a Settings button.
Press Menu to enter to the Camera Settings Panel.
Press the Switch to change between Video mode and Camera mode.
Press the Capture button in Camera mode to take a picture.
Press the Capture button in Video mode to start/stop the video recording.
Press Settings to enter to the Exposure Settings Panel.
Camera Settings It is composed in three diferent sections: Picture Settings, Video Settings and Common Settings.
Configure the shotting mode, aspect ratio, enable Histogram view SD card options...
Exposure Settings It allows exposure mode selection (auto, aperture priority, shutter priority and manual) depending on the connected camera.
Depending on the mode, the ISO, aperture, shutter speed and exposure compensation value can also be set.

3. Help button:
Shows help information about the FPV view.
4. Gimbal button:
Shows a dialog with the current gimbal configuration.
5. Autoshoot Button:
Shows a dialog with the current autoshot configuration.
6. Edit Button:
Switches the visibility of the edit mission buttons from camera.
7. Tracking Button:
Shows a dialog with the tracking configuration.
8. Detect button:
Shows a dialog with the AI detection configuration.
9. Expand/Contract button:
Switches the visibility of the FPV menu buttons.
10. Take Off / Land / Cancel Landing button:
Take Off When not Flying, you can start take off by pressing this button.
Land When Flying, you can start the Automatic landing by pressing this button.
Cancel Landing When Landing, you can cancel the Automatic landing by pressing this button.

11. Return to Home/Cancel Return to Home button:
Return To Home Press Return To Home (RTH) button to make your aircraft Return Home automatically.
Cancel Return to Home When RTH, you can cancel the Automatic Return To Home by pressing this button.

12. Play/Pause button:
PLAY Press Play button to start the selected Mission.
PAUSE When a Mission is executing, Press Pause button to pause the mission.

13. Stop button:
STOP When a Mission is executing, Press Stop button to stop the mission.

14. Camera Status: View camera status information such as the AutoExposure mode, focus mode, focus exposure mode, ISO, shutter speed, Aperture value, EV value, White Balance, SD storage, Video signal quality and the drone Battery percentage.
15. Telemetry information: View drone telemetry information such as the time since launch, altitude distance, instantaneous drone speed, and Horizontal distance from Home Point.
16. Minimized Map view button:
Click on the Minimized Map view to switch from the FPV View to the Map view.


Long click on the FPV View for enabling/disabling a full Camera view by hiding all overlaped information.



7. MEDIA MODE

The Media mode is for view and manage the SD card media files on the aircraft.
To connect to the Media Mode it's necessary to be connected to the drone.



1. Play/Pause Video button: Play and Pause the selected Video.
2. Stop Video button : Stop the selected Video.
3. Download button : Download the selected Image or Video from the SD card to the Android device.
4. Delete button : Delete the selected Image or Video from the SD card.
5. Media Browser : Browse all the images and videos stored on the SD card. Choose and press to visualize it.
6. Media Previewer : Preview the selected image or videos.
7. Video Time : Move the video time according to the video time to visualize.


Long Click on the video previewer to show and hide the Download/Delete buttons.



8. GOOGLE MAPS


8.1 Map Gestures


Move Touch the map with one finger and scroll around the map.
Zoom Touch the map with two finger and pinch/stretch.
Tilt Touch the map with two finger and move up or down.
Rotate Touch the map with two fingers and apply a rotation motion.
Reset rotation Click on the compass located on the top left to reset location.
Map view Long click on the map to switch between the following map views:
1. Standard (no imagery) displays the default road map view.
2. Satellite displays Google Earth satellite images.
3. Terrain (topographic) displays a physical map based on terrain information.
4. Hybrid displays a mixture of normal and satellite views.


8.2 Marker Icons

Aircraft The real time drone position and orientation on top of the map.
Home The home coordinate position on the map represents the starting point. From home coordinate the aircraft takes off and lands. When taking off, home position will automatically update to the starting point. Change Home altitude is always considered 0 meters.
Waypoint A waypoint coordinates position on the map. Using waypoints you define the flight path to automatically follow. Each waypoint is associated with the number of the path sequence.
Arrow A waypoint heading direction on the map. Each waypoint has an arrow associated.
Reached waypoint The reached waypoint coordinate position on the map. When the aircraft achieves a waypoint it will turn automatically to red color.
POI The Point of Interest coordinate position on the map. The aircraft will focus the heading looking towards this coordinate.
Android The real time device GPS location on the map. It is only available when GPS is enabled.


9. MISSION PLANNING


9.1 Creating a mission

9.1.1 Marker type selection

To configure the marker type selection, click on the marker selection button and it will appear a menu with four different waypoints colors.
Click on the desired marker type to set the selection. Choose between the possible selections:
To insert a waypoint for creating the path select the blue waypoint icon.
To insert a home location select the green waypoint icon.
To insert a point of interest select the orange waypoint icon.
To disable insertions on the map, select the gray waypoint icon.

9.1.2 Waypoint default configuration

To configure the default waypoint configuration settings:
1. Select the route waypoint marker (blue waypoint).
2. Long click on the marker selection button and a configuration dialog will appear with the following default configuration settings:
3. Configure the following parameters:
  3.1. Altitude: The height distance of the waypoint in meters. All heights are referenced to home location altitude equal to 0 meters.
  3.2. POI selection: The Point Of Interest number to look at. It orientates the waypoint heading and gimbal to the point of interest selected. This mode only works when Waypoint Mission Heading mode is equal to POI.
  3.3. Heading: The heading angle of the waypoint in degrees.

North

0 deg

East

90 deg

South

180 deg

West

270 deg

This mode only works when Waypoint Mission Heading mode is equal to Custom.
  3.4. Gimbal: The gimbal angle of the waypoint in degrees. (0? Forward, 90? Downwards). This mode only works when Waypoint Mission Heading mode is equal to Custom.
4. Press accept to save the new settings.


9.1.3 POI default configuration

To configure the default POI configuration settings:
1. Select the POI waypoint.
2. Long click on the marker selection button and a configuration dialog will appear.
3. Configure the following settings:
  3.1. Altitude: The height distance of the POI in meters. The gimbal will focus on the desired height.


9.1.4 Insert Markers

Clicking on a map location will insert a waypoint at the coordinates pressed.
The waypoint type will depend on the selected waypoint color type.
The waypoint default settings will depend on the default configuration.


9.1.5 Move Markers

Touching a marker on the map location will enable the marker movement.
Drag the marker to the desired position.
Only Waypoints, POIs and orbit radius markers can be moved.


9.1.6 Waypoints and POIs configuration

Clicking on a waypoint or a POI marker will open a dialog with its current configuration.
Change the desired waypoint settings and accept to configure it.
In the waypoint configuration dialog, you can change other waypoints settings by moving the left and right arrows.


9.1.7 Delete Waypoints and POIs

Clicking on a waypoint or a POI marker will open a dialog with its current configuration.
Press the delete button to delete the desired marker.


9.1.8 Delete mode selection

Two different delete modes are available: Delete Last and Delete All.
To switch between the deletes mode click on the down-right waypoint button.
Long Click the icon to delete

Delete Last Waypoint
Delete All Markers



9.2 Managing a mission

Click on File button to manage missions. You can delete, load and save missions. Missions are saved inside your android device in the following path: /MissionPlanner/Missions


9.2.1 Saving a mission

Click on Save button and a text dialog will pop-up. Write the mission name and press accept.


9.2.2 Loading a mission

Click on Load button and a pop-up dialog will show with the list of waypoint missions. Click on the mission name to load the desired mission.


9.2.3 Deleting a mission

Click on Delete button and a pop-up dialog will show with the list of waypoint missions. Click on the mission name to delete the desired mission.



9.3 Waypoint Patterns

9.3.1 Waypoint Pattern selection

By default, when clicking on the map you will insert a unique waypoint. Use the inbuilt waypoint patterns to create geometric paths, such as lines, squares, polygons and grids.
Click on the Edit button to view the pattern selections. Choose between the possible selections:
The selected pattern icon is shown next to the edit icon.

Line insertion
1. Click on the line start location on the map. A gray waypoint will appear on that location.
2. Click on the line end location on the map. And the path line will be created.
Square insertion
1. Click on the square start location on the map. A gray waypoint will appear on that location.
2. Click on the middle square location on the map. And the square path will be created.
Circle insertion
1. Click on the center location of the desired polygon on the map. A gray waypoint will appear on that location.
2. Click on the first waypoint location on the map. And the polygon path will be created.
Grid insertion
1. Click on the grid start location on the map. A gray waypoint will appear on that location.
2. Click on the grid end location on the map. And the grid path will be created.
Draw insertion
1. Move the finger throught the map creating the path

9.3.2 Line Pattern configuration

You can configure the number of Waypoints creating the path line.
The minimum is 2 waypoints and the maximum 500 waypoints.
Configure the altitude, heading and gimbal waypoints settings.
Initial values are set to the first waypoint and final values to the last waypoints.
For the middle waypoints the values are interpolated.


9.3.3 Square Pattern configuration

You can configure the orientation of the square pattern.
Select clockwise or counterwise.
Rotate the map to create a square oriented with the screen.


9.3.4 Polygon Pattern configuration

You can configure the number of Waypoints creating the path line.
A minimum of 2 waypoints and a maximum of 500 waypoints.
You can configure the orientation of the square pattern.
Select clockwise or counterwise.
The altitude, heading and gimbal waypoints configuration settings.
Initial values are set to the first waypoint and final values to the last waypoints.
For the middle waypoints the values are interpolated.


9.3.5 Grid Pattern configuration

You can configure the size of the grid to be created.
Minimum size is 1 meter and maximum size is 300 meters.
Select the vertical grid to create a vertical pattern, select the initial and final altitude.
Select double grid to make a double route pattern.



9.4 Selecting a Mission Type

In Online Mode, click on the Mission button.


9.4.1 Flight Mode

  • Automatic: Selects the automatic flight mode
  • Manual: Selects the manual flight mode

  • 9.4.2 Autonomous Flight types

  • Waypoints: Aircraft follows a path planning created by the waypoints.
  • Orbit: Aircraft start making circles around a subject or a POI.
  • Follow Me: Aircraft mission to follow the GPS coordinate of the Android device.
  • Virtual Stick: Control the rotation, elevation, speed and direction of the aircraft with the Android device.

  • 9.4.3 Manual Flight types

  • Tripod: Reduce the joystick control sensitivity.
  • Terrain Follow: Mantain the same altitude from the ground.
  • Cinematic: Reduce the yaw rotation speed and smooth aircraft accelerations.


  • 9.5 Tools

  • Map Type: Select the desired map view.
    1- Standard (no imagery) displays the default road map view.
    2- Satellite displays Google Earth satellite images.
    3- Terrain (topographic) displays a physical map based on terrain information.
    4- Hybrid displays a mixture of normal and satellite views.
  • Reverse route: If enabled it switches the route by reverting the waypoint numbers.
  • Start at: Specify the desired waypoint to start the mission.


  • 9.6 Displaying mission information

    Click on the Info button and an information dialog will appear.
    You can check the number of waypoints, the number of POIs, the mission speed, the total distance and the estimated mission time and the actions table.



    10. EXECUTING A MISSION

    By default the APP is set to Manual Flight Mode.
    Select the desired mission or manual mode.

  • Play: Press Play Button to start the automatic execution of the selected Mission.
  • Pause: Press Pause Button to pause the selected Mission turning back to manual mode
  • Stop: Press the Stop Button to stops the selected Mission turning back to manual mode
  • While executing an Automatic Flight you can make an Emergency Stop by touching the Joystick on the Remote Controller.



    11. MISSION CONFIGURATION


    11.1 Configure a Waypoint Mission

    Offline Mode: Click on the Mission button.
    Online Mode: Click on the Mission button, select Automatic Flight Mode and select Waypoint Mission Mode.


    11.1.1 Drone Speed

    Adjust the drone speed before and during the mission by setting the desired speed.
    The maximum Speed is 32Km/h.


    11.1.2 Altitude Transition

  • Stepped: Drone first reaches altitude and then starts horizontal movement.
  • Ramp: Drone starts going from point A to point B increasing the altitude proportionally.

  • 11.1.3 Action After Finished

  • None: Drone stops and maintains the final position and attitude.
  • Go Home: Drone starts going home automatically.
  • Auto Land: Drone starts landing.
  • Loop: Repeat the same mission without stopping creating loops.

  • 11.1.4 Heading Mode

  • Automatic: Point to the next waypoint. This mode is secure because the drone is always flying forward and it can detect obstacles and avoid them.
  • Initial: Maintains the initial heading of the drone when starting the mission. Maintain your perspective and fly to all directions.
  • Remote Control: Using the Remote Controller or the circular joystick on the screen to controll the heading manually
  • Custom: Automatically points to the next waypoint heading setting. This option offers a flexible heading for your needs. Set Gimbal to Automatic mode to adjust automatically the gimbal to the custom gimbal angle.
  • Focus POI: Points to the Point Of Interest set on the map. Set Gimbal to Automatic mode to adjust automatically the gimbal angle and point at the desired POI altitude.

  • 11.1.5 Acceleration

    Set the dynamics acceleration limits.


    11.1.6 Rotation

    Set the dynamics rotation speeed limits.



    11.2 Configure an Orbit Mission

    Online Mode: Click on the Mission button, select Automatic Flight Mode and select Orbit Mission Mode.

    11.2.1 Altitude

    Set the drone initial desired altitude.
    You can change the altitude using the Remote Controller Joystick.


    11.2.2 Radius

    Set the drone initial desired radius.
    You can change the radius by Dragging the Orbit Circle in the map.


    11.2.3 Heading

  • Forward: Aircraft always flying forward
  • Backwards: Aircraft always flying backwards
  • Inside: Aircraft always looking inside the orbit
  • Outside: Aircraft always looking outside the orbit
  • Remote Control: Manual Mode, change heading using the remote controller
  • Initial: Aircraft always looking at the initial heading orientation

  • 11.2.4 Direction

  • Clockwise
  • Counterclockwise

  • 11.2.5 Center Point

    Select the center point of the orbit.
    You can set the Android GPS or a POI.



    11.3 Configure a GPS Follow Me Mission

    Online Mode: Click on the Mission button, select Automatic Flight Mode and select Follow Me Mission Mode.

    11.3.1 Mode

  • Manual Heading will be controlled manually
  • Automatic Heading will automatically be adjusted


  • 11.4 Configure a Virtual Stick Mission

    Online Mode: Click on the Mission button, select Automatic Flight Mode and select Virtual Stick Mission Mode.



    11.5 Configure a Camera Tracking Mission

    Online Mode: Click on the Track button.

  • Enable Tracking: Enable/Disable Camera Tracking Mode
  • Tracking Mode:
    1- Gesture Mode: the drone will detect a person and can be controlled by using gestures.
    2- ActiveTrack: The drone will track a selected object.
  • Active Track Mode:
    1- Trace: Tracks the subject at a constant distance
    2- Profile: The aircraft tracks the subject at constant angle and distance from the side
    3- Heading: The aircraft will not trace a subject, but keeps the camera heading pointing at the subject during flight
    4- Gimbal: The aircraft will not trace a subject, but keeps the camera gimbal pointing at the subject during flight
    5- QuickShot: The drone will perform a QuickShot movement based on the Quick Shot Mode
  • Quick Shot Mode: Select between the following Quick Shots Modes
    1- Circle
    2- Dronie
    3- Helix
    4- Rocket
    5- Boomerang
    6- Asteroid
  • Retreat Enabled: If Enabled, the drone will move backwards when the tracking object starts aproximating
  • Recommended Condfiguration: Sets the recommended image ratio configuration of the camera view for tracking

  • NOTE: Some options might be no available because depend on the aircraft model.



    12. DRONE CONFIGURATION

    To configure the drone, the APP needs to be connected in Online mode.
    Click on the Pre-flight Check list to check and configure some of the drone settings.
    Click on the Mission button, then click on Advanced Configuration.


    12.1 Advanced Configuration

  • Go Home Altitude: Select the desired Go home height.
  • Connection Fail Mode: Select what action should the drone do in case of connection lost.
    1- Hover: the drone stops and remains static.
    2- Landing: the drone starts landing.
    3- Go Home: the drone starts Return to Home (Recommended configuration)
  • Collision Avoidance: Enable or Disable Collision Avoidance.
  • Obstacle Avoidance: Enable or Disable Obstacle Avoidance.
  • Vision Positioning: Enable or Disable Vision sensors for precise positioning.
  • Precision Landing: Enable or Disable Precision Landing.
  • Landing Protection: Enable or Disable Landing Protection.
  • Mission Delay Timer: Select a time delay between playing a mission and starting a Mission.


  • 13. CAMERA SETTINGS

    To change the camera settings, the APP needs to be connected to the drone.
    Go to the FPV window.
    Click on the Camera Menu button, to modify the camera options.

  • Change Camera Photo/Video Mode: (SingleShot, BurstMode,AEB, Interval, ShallowFocus, Panorama).
  • Change the Photo Image Ratio.
  • Change the Video Format.
  • Change the Photo image format: (JPG / RAW).
  • Change the Photo/Video White Balance Mode: (Auto, Sunny, Cloudy, Incandescent, Neon, Custom).
  • Enable Histogram.
  • Format SD Card.
  • Click on the Camera Settings button to modify the camera exposure settings.

  • Change the exposure mode: (Manual, Automatic).
  • Change ISO value.
  • Change Aperture value.
  • Change Shutter value.
  • Change EV value.


  • 14. GIMBAL

    To change the gimbal settings, the APP needs to be connected to the drone.
    Go to the FPV window.
    Click on the Gimbal button, to modify the gimbal options.

  • Gimbal mode: (Manual, Automatic). When Automatic, Gimbal will be adjusted automatically when heading mode is set to POIs or Custom
  • Gimbal settings: (Time, Speed). When Gimbal is in Manual Mode, you can set the gimbal to move using a Time value or a Speed value.

  • With the Gimbal configured in Manual mode, move the gimbal slider up and down to start moving the gimbal with the transition associated with the specified Time/Speed configuration value.



    15. AUTOSHOT

    The aim of the Autoshot mode is to configure the drone to automatically take pictures.
    Go to the FPV window.
    Click on the Autoshot button, to modify the autoshot options.

  • Autoshot mode: (Waypoint, Continuous).
    1- When set to Waypoint, it will take a picture every time it arrives to a new waypoint.
    2- When set to Continuous it will start taking images at a specified time interval.
  • Press Enable / Disable button to Start/Stop the Autoshot Mode.