Tips and Ideas for Using the Mavic Mini Drone Indoors
DUBAI, UAE – July 08, 2020 – The fun doesn’t have to end if you are spending more time indoors. Whether you are a filmmaker or just looking for something fun to do, Mavic Mini is the ultimate drone for everyday adventures. The following Mavic Mini tips have been inspired by the shots created by Drone Film Guide.
- Stop Motion
Mavic Mini features a brilliant 2.7K camera that is stabilized by a 3-axis motorized gimbal, which means you can use it like a normal camera. Set up Mavic Mini in a nice spot, take a photo, move your subject to another position, and take another photo. Repeat this process and combine all the pictures into one video to get playful stop-motion style footage.
- Creative Angles
Mavic Mini is extremely portable, weighing under 250 g and small enough to fit inside the palm of your hand. It’s the perfect photography tool for getting unique shots in indoor locations.
- Magic Twin Effect
This is another great Mavic Mini tip you can use with any camera, including Mavic Mini! The stabilized 3-axis gimbal keeps the shot perfectly still. All you need to do is record yourself or your subject in multiple places, mask your shot, and apply a little post editing. Check out the video at the end of this article for a full walkthrough.
Indoor filmmaking has plenty of advantages and creative possibilities. From a beautiful sunset to a playful puppy, capture a timelapse of anything you like with Mavic Mini. All you need to is find a good spot to position Mavic Mini, select “Timed Shot’ in the DJI Fly app, shoot in manual exposure, and combine all the shots in post. Super simple, super effective. Go ahead and give it a go!
- HDR Images
This next tip is perfect for any budding photographers out there. Indoor environments are full of different types of lighting, and it’s quite easy to end up with over or underexposed images. How can you improve your shots in these environments? Place Mavic Mini on a flat surface and take several shots of the same scene at different manual exposures. Combine all these images together with editing software to produce a stunning image with a powerful dynamic range.
You can also use Mavic Mini like a normal camera to produce epic panorama images! Take a series of images, making sure each image overlaps each other. Combine all these images with editing software to make an ultra-wide panorama!