The best settings that I’ve found for the DJI Mavic 2 Zoom.
SkyGrades Cinema ➤
SkyGrades Natural ➤
Noise Profiles and Lowlight pack ➤
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The DJI Mavic 2 Zoom is the most versatile drone I’ve flown to date. Having the ability to change focal lengths enables you to create beautiful shots that may otherwise not be possible. While in Jamaica, I was able to shoot down the coastline and utilize longer focal lengths to make it happen.
Like the Mavic Pro and Air, the sensor is a bit noisy in the shadows. I’ve found myself occasionally needing noise reduction to iso 100 shots.
🎥 Suggested Camera Settings
Best Quality Settings: Color / D-Cinelike / Style: 0,-3,0 and natural or creative LUTs in post.
Easy straight out of camera settings: Color / Normal / Style: 0,-3,0
You may prefer to Denoise the footage at ISO 100. It’ll take the edge off and clean the shadow noise.
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– Do the SkyGrades Natural LUTs need additional grading? – No. They are easy to apply and ready for export.
– How do the SkyGrades Cinema LUTs work? – The Cinema LUTs are creative color grades made specifically for the Mavic 2 Zoom. There are 5 different LUTs – Vivid, Pop, Warm, Cold, Standard and it comes with a guide for applying them.
– How do the Noise Profiles work? – You NEED to have the plugin Neat Video. It’s the effect that does the denoising. The profiles tell neat video what the sensor noise looks like, and then the presets tell Neat Video what to do with that noise. the program is like magic. Even if it seems nitpicky to remove shadow noise at ISO 100, the cleaned image makes your exported and recompressed file look better. Youtube will really mess up all over a noisy image when it re-compresses your video, so the cleaner the better.
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