How to View Photos on the DJI App?

How to view photos on the DJI app? You can view Photos in Playback Mode and on microSD Card.

The DJI app allows you to view photos and videos captured by your DJI drone’s camera. In this article, XDrone will explore the step-by-step guide on how to view photos on the DJI app.

Let’s get started now!

What is DJI App?

DJI App is a mobile application developed by DJI Technology, a leading manufacturer of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and other robotic products. It is designed to control and operate DJI drones, including take-off and landing, camera settings, flight modes, and more. The app also provides access to real-time flight data, such as altitude, speed, and battery level.

Key Features of DJI App:

  1. Drone Control: The app allows users to control various aspects of their DJI drones, including take-off, landing, flight modes, camera settings, and gimbal control.
  2. Real-time Flight Data: The app provides real-time flight data, such as altitude, speed, battery level, and GPS coordinates. This information helps users monitor their drone’s performance and ensure safe operation.
  3. Photo and Video Capture: The app allows users to capture photos and videos directly from their drones. Users can adjust camera settings, such as exposure, white balance, and ISO, to achieve the desired image quality.
  4. Flight Logs and Map View: The app records flight logs, which provide a detailed record of the drone’s flight path, altitude, and other parameters. Users can also view a map of the drone’s flight path.
  5. Waypoints and Points of Interest: The app allows users to create and follow waypoints, which are predefined points in the sky that the drone will fly to. Users can also set points of interest (POIs), which the drone will automatically turn towards and keep in frame.
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Connect Your Drone and Mobile Device

Before you can view photos, you need to connect your DJI drone to the DJI app on your mobile device:

For DJI Mavic Models:

  1. Power on your Mavic drone
  2. Connect your mobile device to the drone’s WiFi network. The network name will be something like “Mavic 2_XXXXXX”
  3. Launch the DJI Go 4 app on your mobile device
  4. The app will automatically connect to your drone

For DJI Phantom Models:

  1. Power on your Phantom drone
  2. Plug one end of the USB cable into your drone and connect the other end to your mobile device
  3. Launch the DJI Go app on your mobile device
  4. The app will automatically connect to your drone

Once connected, you will see the main camera view screen on the app.

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View Photos in Playback Mode

To view photos captured by your drone camera:

  1. Tap on the playback icon on the bottom right of the DJI app screen. This looks like a play button inside a box.
  2. This will open the playback screen. Here you will see thumbnails of all the photos and videos stored on your drone’s microSD card.
  3. Tap on a photo thumbnail to view it in full screen.
  4. You can swipe left or right to scroll through the photos.
  5. Tap on the photo to see options like zoom, download, delete, and more.
  6. To exit playback mode, tap on the back arrow at the top left. This will return you to the main camera view.

Download Photos to Your Mobile Device

To save photos from your drone to your mobile device’s internal storage:

  1. Open the photo in playback mode on the DJI app.
  2. Tap on the download icon on the bottom right (downward arrow).
  3. Select either “Preview” or “Original” download quality. Preview will be smaller file size while original is full resolution.
  4. The photo will start downloading. A progress notification will appear.
  5. Once completed, you can access the downloaded photos in your device’s photo gallery app.

View Photos on microSD Card

You can also directly view the photos stored on the drone’s microSD card:

  1. Power off the drone.
  2. Remove the microSD card from the drone and insert it into your phone or tablet (if supported) or a microSD card reader.
  3. Launch the device’s gallery app. This could be Photos on iOS or Gallery on Android.
  4. Navigate to the DCIM folder on the external storage.
  5. You will find sub-folders labeled by date which contain the photos. Tap to view the full-resolution image.

Always safely eject the microSD card before removing it from your mobile device.

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Edit Photos

The DJI app has basic editing tools that allow you to tweak photos before sharing:

  1. In playback mode, tap on the edit icon (sliders icon) while viewing a photo.
  2. This will launch the editor. Here you can crop, rotate, adjust color and apply filters.
  3. Tap Save to overwrite the original or Save As to save a copy of the edited photo.
  4. The edited photo will be available in your camera roll.

Share Photos

To share photos directly from the DJI app:

  1. Tap on the share button below a photo in playback mode.
  2. Choose how you want to share – by messaging, email, social media etc.
  3. The app will launch that sharing option with the photo attached ready to send.

And that covers the main ways to view, download, edit and share photos captured on your DJI drone’s camera using the DJI Go app!

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Final Words about How to View Photos on the DJI App

The DJI app provides a seamless way to manage photos captured by your DJI drone’s camera. After connecting your mobile device to the drone, you can easily view photos in playback mode, download them to your phone’s storage, edit with basic tools, and share them via messaging or social media. Viewing the photos directly from the microSD card also allows accessing the full-resolution originals.

With its intuitive interface and robust feature set, the DJI Go app lets you get the most out of your aerial photography. From framing shots using the live camera view to downloading and sharing your masterpieces, the app streamlines working with your DJI drone camera.

Whether you’re a hobbyist drone photographer or a professional content creator, the DJI Go app is a powerful asset.

Happy sharing!

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FAQs about How to View Photos on the DJI App

How do I access my photos on DJI fly app?

To access your photos on the DJI Fly app, follow these steps:

  1. Open the DJI Fly app and connect your drone to your mobile device.
  • If your drone is not already connected, tap the “Connect” button and follow the on-screen instructions.
  1. Tap the “Album” icon.
  • The Album icon is located in the bottom menu bar of the DJI Fly app.
  1. Your photos will be displayed in the Album.
  • You can view your photos in a list view or in a grid view.

Where does DJI store photos on iPhone?

DJI stores photos on the internal storage of your iPhone in the following directory: /private/var/mobile/Containers/Data/Application/DJI GO 2.app/Documents/DJI GO 2/Album/

Where does DJI Fly store photos on Android?

DJI Fly stores photos on the internal storage of your Android device in the following directory: /storage/emulated/0/DJI/DJI GO 2/Album/

How do I access my DJI internal storage?

To access your DJI internal storage, you will need to connect your drone to your computer using a USB cable. Once your drone is connected, you can access the internal storage using your computer’s file explorer.

Where are DJI photos stored on iPhone?

DJI photos are stored on the internal storage of your iPhone in the following directory: /private/var/mobile/Containers/Data/Application/DJI GO 2.app/Documents/DJI GO 2/Album/

How do I check my internal storage?

The specific steps for checking your internal storage will vary depending on the device you are using. However, the general process is the same. Here are the steps on how to check your internal storage on a mobile device:

Check Internal Storage on an Android Device:

  1. Open the Settings app on your Android device.
  2. Scroll down and tap on “Storage”.
  3. The amount of internal storage available on your device will be displayed under “Available storage”.
  4. You can also view a breakdown of how your internal storage is being used by tapping on “Storage used by”.

Check Internal Storage on an iPhone:

  1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
  2. Tap on “General”.
  3. Tap on “Storage”.
  4. The amount of internal storage available on your iPhone will be displayed under “Available”.
  5. You can also view a breakdown of how your internal storage is being used by tapping on “Manage Storage”.

Check Internal Storage on a Windows PC:

  1. Open File Explorer.
  2. Click on “This PC” in the left-hand pane.
  3. Right-click on the internal storage drive and select “Properties”.
  4. The amount of internal storage available on your PC will be displayed under “Free space”.
  5. You can also view a breakdown of how your internal storage is being used by clicking on “Disk Usage”.

DJI Fly app

DJI Fly is a mobile app that can be used to control and operate DJI drones. The app is available for both iOS and Android devices.

DJI Album

DJI Album is a feature of the DJI Fly app that allows you to view and manage your photos. You can use DJI Album to view, edit, and share your photos.

Lacey

Hello, my name is Lacey. I am a subject matter expert in the field of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), with a particular focus on both military and civilian applications. Over the years, I have extensively covered the evolution and impact of drone technology on our society and defense systems. From reporting on the latest advancements in military drone capabilities to exploring how drones are revolutionizing industries like agriculture and logistics, my work offers a comprehensive view of this rapidly advancing field. I am passionate about understanding the intersection of technology, policy, and societal impact. In my reporting, I strive to provide balanced perspectives, deeply researching every topic while highlighting the potential benefits and challenges these technologies bring. Thank you for the opportunity to share my work and insights with you. I look forward to our discussions on the fascinating world of UAVs.