Today, DJI Fly received a fresh update (version 1.7.8). It features a number of amazing new features for Mini 3 Pro and Air 2S drone owners.
Is there anything new in the DJI Fly app for the Air 2S?
You will now be able to get even more professional-looking shots if you use the Cine mode on your Air 2S drone. Air 2S is now supported for adjusting EXP settings in Cine mode with the latest Fly app update. With this new feature, you can control how smoothly your drone moves forward, backward, ascends, descends, or rotates.
As for the DJI RC, v1.7.8 of the Fly app allows you to control the drone via the 5.5-inch full-HD touchscreen on the lightweight remote controller that sells for $309 as well as the Air 2S. It is just a matter of updating both devices to the latest firmware.
What can users expect from the Mini 3 Pro?
Using the Fly app, you can automatically adjust shutter speed and ISO for DJI Mini 3 Pro drones with camera AE set to Pro. In addition, sharpness and noise reduction can now be adjusted. In addition, DJI says its Mini 3 Pro has been updated to support Enhanced Transmission. You can use these features if your aircraft firmware is up to date.
Compatibility with iOS 16
As well as adding new capabilities to Air 2S and Mini 3 Pro drones, this update adds iOS 16 support and fixes some other known issues. The DJI Fly app can be downloaded here.