DJI Fly v1.7.8
Today, the DJI Fly app received a fresh update (version 1.7.8), thanks to which drones such as AIR 2S and Mini 3 Pro significantly expand their functionality. Further details and in order. Let’s fly!
What’s new for DJI AIR 2S pilots?
Setting EXP parameters in Cine mode
If you enjoy shooting cinematic footage in Cine mode with your AIR 2S drone, now you can capture even more professional footage. The latest update of the Fly app to version 1.7.8 adds support for the AIR 2S aircraft, the ability to fine-tune EXP parameters in Cine mode. This means that you can now decide how smoothly or quickly the drone will move forward or backward, rise or fall, rotate left or right.
Support DJI RC
If you are a proud owner of an advanced DJI RC remote control and have an AIR 2S drone in your drone park, then we hasten to please you, now they are compatible! Just be sure to update both devices to the latest firmware.
What’s New for DJI Mini 3 Pro Pilots?
Camera settings and Enhanced Transmission support
The Fly app update to version 1.7.8 adds support for auto shutter speed and ISO when the DJI Mini 3 Pro camera is set to Pro in auto exposure mode. Moreover, with the arrival of the new firmware, users get the opportunity to adjust the style settings, including sharpening and noise reduction. DJI also says it has added “Enhanced Transmission” support for Mini 3 Pro weighing less than 250 grams. Update your aircraft firmware to the latest version to use these features.
Compatible with iOS 16
In addition to adding new features for the AIR 2S and Mini 3 Pro drones, the Fly app update to version 1.7.8 adds support for iOS 16 and fixes other known issues to optimize the overall user experience. You can download the latest version of the DJI Fly app here.