First, select a photo mode by tapping the corresponding box of the HUD.
The options appear on your device. Tap a photo mode to select it and tap the photo mode box again to confirm your choice.
Selecting the “Timelapse” mode opens six options:
- 5 secs
- 10 secs
- 15 secs
- 30 secs
- 60 secs
- 120 secs
When one of these options has been selected, the soft shutter button of the HUD displays a Timelapse icon.
Second, select a photo format from the corresponding box of the HUD.
Tap the photo settings box to call the photo settings boxes. Tap the last box on the right of the screen to access the available photo formats. Tap a format (JPEG RECT, or JPEG WIDE if available, or DNG+JPEG if available) to select it. Tap the photo settings box again to close the sub-boxes and confirm your choice.
In “Timelapse” mode, the screen flashes white then freezes briefly in black and white to confirm a picture has been taken. 5 to 120 seconds later, depending on your option choice, the drone takes another photo, and so on until you press the shutter button again to stop the Timelapse. Between each shutter action, a green progress bar, at the bottom of the screen, serves as a countdown. At the end of the Timelapse, the number to the left of the soft shutter button reflects the total number of medias on the microSD card of the drone.