DJI FPV | First Flight and Beginner’s Guide – Start Flying a DJI FPV!

Open the microSD card cover and insert a microSD card Remove the gimbal cover Make sure the propellers are properly installed Align the propeller on the engine Then, push down and twist to secure it Insert the battery into the battery compartment Make sure it's tight The front of the Goggles V2 has four interchangeable antennas, to ensure optimal signal reception and communication Make sure the antennas are properly tightened before you take off On the upper right side of the goggles you'll find the Shutter / Record button, the Back button, and the 5D button Toggle the 5D button to scroll through the menu and press to confirm a selection Move up to go back and down to go to the next option Toggle right to move menu options to the right Toggle left to move menu options to the left On the right side of the goggles you will find a pairing button, a power connector and an audio connector The microSD card slot and USB-C port are on the left A connection with smartphones can be established via the USB-C connection via the OTG cable At the bottom of the goggles, you will find the IPD slider You can adjust the interpupillary distance by moving the slider to the left or right You can also buy and install the Goggles corrective lenses based on your visual needs The Remote Control 2 has a USB-C port in the middle that can be used to charge or connect to a computer for firmware updates The joystick slots are on both sides of the remote control On the front of the remote control the customizable button C1, the lanyard attachment and the power button are located Press the power button once to check the battery level Press once and then hold for two seconds to turn the remote control on or off The antenna is on top of the remote control Unfold the antenna during the flight to achieve optimal signal transmission You'll find the flight pause / return button, flight mode switch, and the gimbal wheel on the left During the flight, press the pause flight / return function button once and the stops and hovers in place Press and hold the button for two seconds and uses the automatic return function The Airplane Mode Switch button supports three modes N-mode (normal), S-mode (sport mode) and M-mode (manual) Toggle the gimbal wheel left and right to adjust the gimbal pitch angle On top of the controller the customizable C2 switch, the shutter / record button and the start / stop button are located The C2 switch controls the gimbal movements by default You can also freely assign the function of this key, by clicking Settings-> Control-> Remote Control on the Goggles interface.

Press the Shutter / Record button once, to take a photo or start or stop recording Press the Shutter / Record Button to switch between photo and video recording mode We recommend for your first flight the selection of an open area with no obstacles Check the battery level and place the on a level floor Remember, the should be facing out and the back facing you turn on Check the remote control's battery level and turn it on Set the remote control to N-mode before starting Check the battery level of the goggles turn on and adjust the headband and interpupillary distance for a clear, comfortable display Check the user interface / interface and make sure that there are no errors and that the GPS signal is sufficient Turn on the 's motors by moving the joysticks down and in then push the left stick up to ascend The point of the return function is set after the start Please keep the position of your starting point in mind Using mode 2 as an example Use in N mode the left stick to adjust altitude and direction Use the right stick to fly the drone forward, backward, left, and right If you hit the right stick to fly forward you can also turn the left joystick Push left or right with customizable roll angle restrictions In N mode, the drone only slows down when obstacles are detected It doesn't stop or float automatically You have to control the drone manually in order to stop or bypass detected obstacles After switching to S mode the control logic remains the same, but the maximum flight speed of the drone increases to 27 m / s Obstacle detection is deactivated in S mode The S mode also supports cruise control Press the start / stop button to access cruise control Press again to exit As soon as the cruise control is activated, the drone flies forwards at a constant speed without moving the control stick You can also move the right joystick forwards or backwards, to accelerate or decelerate For users interested in M-mode flights, make sure to check out the M-mode before flying and have practiced sufficiently in the DJI flight simulator app, to ensure a safe, controlled flight In case of emergancy or you experience a loss of orientation or control in flight in any mode press and hold the flight / return button and the drone stops and hovers in place Press and hold the pause flight / return button for the drone to use the automatic return function If she uses the automatic return function, put the drone in N mode and always keep an eye on them using the starting point shown on the screen Pay attention to the surroundings when landing Due to the limitations of GPS precision there may be small deviations between the set start position and the actual landing location You can press the pause flight / return button again, to cancel the return function Do not remove the propellers immediately after landing, to avoid burns from overheating If the drone is lost in flight but the camera view is still available, go to the Find My Drone page and try to find it with the camera view on the map whereby the drone emits additional lightning signals and beeps If the camera view is not available, you can find your drone by finding the coordinates on the My Drone page compare with the coordinates of the last flight log Thank you for watching this video Remember to be safe and have fun flying

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