When i use Waypoint mission for photos, they come out blurred and not in focus. I use what everyone is suggesting like stop for 2s, take photo, stop for 2s and then carry on. A lot of people saying there is a focus issue in the Waypoint mission and it is suggested to touch screen to set focus to infinity before take off. If done after take off then focus can be lost. Any ideas??
Would you point me to one of these discussions? I have not heard about a focus issue in waypoint missions.
In the upper left corner of the camera view screen there is a [AF] or [MF] icon. The easiest thing to do is set that to [AF] (auto-focus).
Ep32 Mavic Pro. Litchi still "Glitchi" but found a fix for bad auto-focus. - YouTube Take a look at this youtube link of guy having same issue. I will take look at AF or MF
I watched the first few minutes of that video.
a) That video is really old (2017). With software, that is ancient history. I wouldn’t put too much weight on a video that is so out-of-date.
b) That guy is confusing focusing the camera with focusing on a POI. Same word (focus), different meanings.
Nevertheless, I can see he had a focus problem.
I suggest you make sure your drone is in auto-focus [AF] mode and try again.
thanks, just looking for that button af or mf, cannot see it anywhere.do you have pic
On my screen the [AF] / [MF] icon is in the upper left corner. I don’t see it on your screen. What model drone do you have?
Mavic air 2. I cannot see anyway to alter focus
The mavic air 2 has a fixed focus lens with a focus range of 1m to infinity.
This means it has no focus ability.
Possible reasons for out of focus can be:
-object not within focus range.
-condensation on lens
-shutterspeed to slow/long
-high wind velocity
Thanks for reply, shutter speed set fast at I think was 1\500 to get sharp pics. I will check lens. I was inly at 50m height taking pic at approx 30 degree angle.
For anyone using a Mavic Pro (1): to get perfect focus, set your focus to hyperdistance focal point by following instructions in Litchi/DJI manual.
Make sure you have the focus threshold setting in Litchi to high, which shows all points of in focus as red colour, when viewed on the screen. You never have to worry about focusing again, unless you accidentally change focus settings. I’ve been using this mode for the last 5yrs no focus problems at all.