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overexposed pictures with Mavic 2 Pro

arsenio7

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Hi,

I'm the happy new owner of a Mavic 2 Pro. This device flies pretty well, but I'm quite disappointed by the pictures I take (everything in automatic mode). Most of my pictures are overexposed (like the one attached to this post).

Should I change some settings? Does automatic mode suck that much?

Cheers,

Arsenio
 

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I change the ev using the wheel in the upper right of the RC while flying to maintain the levels that I prefer.
Takes a bit of finger coordination but I'm getting better at it
 
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I change the ev using the wheel in the upper right of the RC while flying to maintain the levels that I prefer.
Takes a bit of finger coordination but I'm getting better at it
I think I did something wrong with that wheel, thanks for the info!
 
HI, I've done the same thing and adjusted the EV accidentally. Is there any way to disable the EV wheel on the controller so this does not happen again, please?
 
Hi,

I'm the happy new owner of a Mavic 2 Pro. This device flies pretty well, but I'm quite disappointed by the pictures I take (everything in automatic mode). Most of my pictures are overexposed (like the one attached to this post).

Should I change some settings? Does automatic mode suck that much?

Cheers,

Arsenio
try manual settings
Lower your ISO......
Turn away from the sun
Put your fStop @ a higher number
Let us know the results ??
 
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