Mavic Air Manual Download

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Download original, ungraded test footage, shot with the DJI Mavic Air in 4K right here - for free and without a registration. You can closely inspect the footage and test grade it to check whether the drone / camera fits your needs or not. Quick Start Guide Aircraft. The DJI MAVIC Air features a new folding design and a fully stabilized 3-axis gimbal camera capable of shooting 4K video and 12 megapixel photos.

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Mavic Air Manual Download

DJI Mavic Air PDF user manual download page

(V1.0, 2018.01)

Dji Mavic Owner Manual

From here you can download the detailed PDF instruction guide for the Mavic Air drone quadcopter.

Dji Mavic Air Manual Download

The DJI Mavic Air manual includes the following must read chapters:

  • Preparing the Mavic Air for flights;
  • Preflight checklist.
  • How to use the remote controller;
  • Intelligent flight modes;
  • DJI GO 4 APP;
  • Flight limits and GEO zones;
  • Starting/Stopping the motors;
  • How to calibrate the compass.

Dji Mavic Air User Manual Download

(V1.0, 2018.01)

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Quick Start Guide


The DJI MAVIC Air features a new folding design and a fully stabilized 3-axis gimbal camera capable of shooting 4K video and 12 megapixel photos. DJI signature technologies such as Obstacle Avoidance and Intelligent Flight Modes like SmartCapture, Panorama, Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems, QuickShot, ActiveTrack, and TapFly, make capturing complex shots effortless and easy. The Mavic Air boasts a maximum flight speed of 42.5 mph (68.4 kph) and a maximum flight time* of 21 minutes.

1. Forward Vision System**
2. Propellers
3. Motors
4. Gimbal and Camera
5. Front LEDs
6. Landing Gears (Built-in antennas)
7. Power Button
8. Battery Level LEDs
9. Intelligent Flight Battery
10. Battery Buckles
11. Downward Vision System**
12. GPS Antennas
13. Vents
14. USB -C Port
15. Camera Micro SD Card Slot
16. Aircraft Status Indicator/Function Button
17. Backward Vision System**

* Maximum flight lime was tested in 0 wind at a consistent 15.5 mph (25 kph). This value should be taken for reference only.
** The Forward, Downward and Backward Vision Systems are affected by surrounding conditions. Read the Disclaimer and Safety Guidelines and watch the tutorial in the DJI GO 4 app or on the Official DJI website to learn more,

Remote Controller

Built into the Remote Controller is the DJI enhanced Wi-Fi technology, offering a maximum transmission range of 2.49 mi (4 km) and video from the aircraft to the DJI G0™4 app on your mobile device at up to 1080p at close range, and 720p at longer ranges. The detachable control sticks make the remote controller easier to store. The Mavic Air also supports flying on your phone with Virtual Joysticks.
Maximum run time: 2.5 hours*

1. Antennas
2. Status LED
3. RTH Button
4. Charging / Main Video
Link Port (Micro USB)
5. Control Sticks
6. Flight Pause Button
7. Right Mode Switch
8. USB/Assistant Video
Link Port
9. Battery Level LEDs
10. Power Button
11. Function Button
12. Mobile Device Clamp
13. Gimbal Dial
14. Record Button
15. Customizable Button
16. Shutter Button

* The remote controller is able to reach its maximum transmission distance (FCC) in a wide open area with no Electro-Magnetic Interference, and at an altitude of about 400 feet (120 meters).
The maximum run time is tested under laboratory environment, only for your reference.

1. Downloading the DJI GO 4 App and Watching Tutorial Videos

Search for 'DJI GO 4' in the App Store or Google Play, or scan the QR code to download the app on your mobile device.

Watch the tutorial videos at or in the DJI GO 4 app by tapping the icon in the top right corner of your screen.

DJI GO 4 supports iOS 9.0 (or later) or Android 4.4 (or later).

2. Preparing the Aircraft

It is recommended to mount the propeller guards when flying in Beginner Mode or indoors to ensure better safety. Refer to the Mavic Air Propeller Guards User Guide to learn more.

• It is recommended to have the gimbal protector attached when the aircraft is not in use. Make sure the gimbal is horizontal when mounting or removing the gimbal protector.
• Ensure the landing gear is properly unfolded before use. Otherwise, the built-in antenna may be affected causing serious problems to the video link. Make sure you fold the landing gears first before folding the aircraft arms.

3. Charging the Batteries

Use the provided charger to fully charge the Intelligent Flight Battery before first time use.

Remove the Intelligent Flight Battery from the aircraft.

Attach the Intelligent Flight Battery to the battery charger via the port as shown above.

Intelligent Flight Battery Charging time:
53 minutes in environments at temperatures between 15° to 40° C;
1 hour and 40 minutes in environments at temperatures between 5° to 15° C.
Remote Controller Charging time: 2.5 hours

• When fully charged, insert the Intelligent Flight Battery into the aircraft until you hear a click, ensuring that the battery is mounted firmly in place.
• The optional Battery Charging Hub can charge up to four batteries simultaneously. Please visit the official DJI Online Store to learn more.
• Remove the remote controller cable before charging. Connect the provided communication cable with the USB Adapter to the Charger.

• Check the Battery Levels and Power On/Off

Press once to check the battery level. Press once, then again and hold to turn on/off.

Press the Power button once to check the current battery level. Press once, then again and hold to turn on/off the remote controller.

4. Preparing the Remote Controller

• Ensure the control sticks are firmly mounted.
• The remote controller cable with the Lightning Connector is mounted by default. Use the appropriate cable for your mobile devide to connect to the remote controller.
• When using an iPad or tablet, use the USB port on the remote controller.
• Do not use the Micro USB and the USB ports simultaneously for linking video. Disconnect one port from the video-linking device if the other port is in use.

5. Preparing for Takeoff

Use your DJI account to activate the aircraft. Activation requires an internet connection.

6. Flight

Before taking off, make sure the Aircraft Status Bar in the DJI GO 4 app displays 'Ready to Go'.

• Auto Takeoff / Landing

• Manual Takeoff / Landing

Combination stick command to start/stop the motors

Left stick up (slowly) to take off

Left stick down (slowly) until you touch the ground. Hold a few seconds to stop the motors.

The motors can only be stopped mid-flight when the flight controller detects critical error.

• Remote Controller Operation

The default flight control is known as Mode 2. The left stick controls the aircraft's altitude and heading, while the right stick controls its forward, backward, left and right movements. The gimbal dial controls the camera's tilt.

Press the Flight Pause button for emergency braking during flight.

• Controlling flight with Virtual Joysticks on your mobile device via Wi-Fi

1. Power on the aircraft.
2. Press and hold the Function Button on the aircraft for four seconds until you hear a double beep, switching to Wi-Fi control mode.
3. Launch the DJI GO 4 app and tap the icon in the top right corner of your screen. Next, scan the Wi-Fi QR Code on the front arm to start the connection.
4. Tap Auto Takeoff.
5. Now you can fly the aircraft with touch control via Virtual Joysticks.

•Turn on your mobile device's Wi-Fi and enter the Wi-Fi password shown on the aircraft to connect to the Mavic Air network if for any reason you cannot scan the QR code.
• When using Wi-Fi in a wide open area with no Electro-Magnetic Interference, transmission distance is approximately 262 ft (80 m) at an altitude of 164 ft (50 m).
• Linking is required when switching back to Remote Control mode. The Wi-Fi frequency of your mobile device can be set to 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz. Set your Wi-Fi to 5 GHz for less interference. Once connected to the Mavic Air, you can change your Wi-Fi password or reset your Wi-Fi connection. (Refer to the User Manual for more information)

• In the DJI G0 4 App

• Watch the tutorial in the DJI GO 4 app or on the Official DJI website to learn more.
• Always set an appropriate RTH altitude before takeoff. When the aircraft is returning to the Home Point, you should guide it with the control sticks.

7. Fly Safe

Avoid flying over or near obstacles, crowds, high voltage power lines, trees or bodies of water.
DO NOT fly near strong electromagnetic sources such as power lines and base stations as it may affect the onboard compass.

DO NOT use the aircraft in adverse weather conditions such as rain, snow, fog and wind speeds exceeding 10 m/s or 22 mph.

Stay away from the rotating propellers and motors.

No Fly Zone

It's important to understand basic flight guidelines, for the safety of both you and those around you. Don't forget to read the Disclaimer and Safety Guidelines.

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