DJI ATTI Mode explained
Learn more about the DJI ATTI Mode (Attitude-Mode) in this easy-to-follow explanation.
Learn how to activate and use the DJI ATTI Mode effectively.
ATTI Mode is DJIs free flight mode.
If you train in the ATTI-Mode, you will become a good drone pilot later.
The reason for this is that all auxiliary modules are switched off in the ATTI Mode
(or they are not active working in the background).
In the ATTI Mode the drones keep their altitude through barometric pressure.
The position won´t be stabilised using GPS or Glonass, as it is the case in most other modes.
That means if the drone goes with the wind, it probably won´t keep the same position, you will often have to readjust and so you will develop a feeling for flying.
You should be able to fly in the ATTI Mode, if you want to have soft pictures and if you want to fly in rooms.
Being able to fly a drone oneself is in general recommended (in emergency cases this will be
the decisive point whether you have success or failure during a mission).
Don´t forget: even if GPS and Glonass don't stabilise the drone, they are activated in the background to ensure that you don´t fly into prohibitive zones or that in emergency cases (for example, if the connection is lost)
the drone will return to the Homepoint, which usually is the starting position.
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