DJI Mavic Pro Intelligent Flight Modes
Last Updated: May 17, 2021

DJI Mavic Pro & Mavic Air Intelligent Flight Modes

The DJI Mavic Pro & Mavic Air drones come with a whole lot of intelligent flight modes that you should definitely learn how to use.

This page is dedicated to showing you what each of those is and how to use them.

I will be gradually adding more information to this page as time goes on, so be sure to come back and check for more flight modes.

ATTI Mode – What is it? And Why Does She Keep Saying That?

Are you wondering what the hell ATTI Mode is and why your Mavic keeps shouting it at you? I was too, so I took a deep dive into the forums and manual and found out some very interesting stuff.

OPTI Mode – What is it. When to use it.

OPTI mode is the confusing brother/sister of ATTI mode but perhaps a little more useful. Especially to those wanting to fly indoors. Learn all about it in this post.

Sport Mode: Everything You Need To Know

The DJI Mavics comes with a Sports Mode that enables you to fly fast!

Find out how to use it, what the limits are and how not to crash!

Fixed Wing Mode: Fly Your Mavic Like A Plane

DJI Fixed Wing Mode is a fun way to fly your Mavic Pro.

It’s kind of like flying a plane, and it is super fun with the DJI Goggles!

Tripod Mode: Slow & Steady 

Tripod Mode is a way to slow down the Mavic Pro for tricky situations.

Find out how to enter and use this mode to keep your drone safe and take awesome videos.

QuickShot Modes: Helix, Rocket & Dronie

Mavic has recently gotten a few new modes that were previously only on the Spark.

Learn more about Dronie, Helix and Rocket. And add these cool modes to your shooting arsenal.

Asteroid & Boomerang Modes 

Tripod Mode is a way to slow down the Mavic Pro for tricky situations.

Find out how to enter and use this mode to keep your drone safe and take awesome videos.

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