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jangai45
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Hello,
Two days with very strong wind and continuing rain (north of France) with my all new Mavic two Pro on my table...  I got much time to read Mavic manuals and to make my best settings with DJI GO and Mavic...
And... only one thing is a solid problem into my settings :
Manuals say we have 3 image size for photos : 3/2, 4/3 and 16/9...
But unfortunately, I see only 3/2 and 16/9 but no 4/3... I don't understand why ?
Thanks by advance for your help...
2-10 11:23
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hallmark007
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I have all 3, I’m using iOS version of go4 . Anyways good luck with your new craft .
2-10 11:41
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2-10 11:46
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I only 16:9 anyway
2-10 11:49
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jangai45
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A CW Posted at 2-10 11:49
I only 16:9 anyway

I have same problem with :
iPhone 7+ running last iOS 12.1.3
iPad Mini 4 running last iOS 12.1.1
Problem is the same with unique shot, bracketing Rw or JPEG formats...
I stay ready for other tests or informations...
Thanks
2-10 12:09
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jangai45 Posted at 2-10 12:09
I have same problem with :
iPhone 7+ running last iOS 12.1.3
iPad Mini 4 running last iOS 12.1.1

Are you sure you are not confusing manuals? The Phantom 4 Pro does 4:3 but not the Mavic 2.
It doesn't say anywhere in the Mavic 2 manual about aspect ratio 4:3. At least I couldn't find it.

2-11 11:02
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jangai45
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Eric13 Posted at 2-11 11:02
Are you sure you are not confusing manuals? The Phantom 4 Pro does 4:3 but not the Mavic 2.
It doesn't say anywhere in the Mavic 2 manual about aspect ratio 4:3. At least I couldn't find it.

It is quite possible that you are right:
The French DJI site in its page "features" for the Mavic 2 as well as into the pdf manual offered for download simply do not speak of this setting ...
By cons, I refer to the pages of the tutorial first published in 2017-11 by admin 'DJ Grace' (inevitably without references to Mavic 2 !) And since then has been converted to pdf and I even found a version in French (my language).
It is therefore very likely that he could take the Phantom 4 as a reference ...
https://forum.dji.com/thread-118397-1-1.html
The screenshot for image formats:
https://forum.dji.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=118959

So I think your guess is the right one and I'm only going to try to make me conform on the Mavic 2 Facebook page that the other Mavic 2 Pro users are also deprived of the 4/3 format (which I can do without thinking. . :-))
Thank you for your help - This request is closed
2-11 12:20
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jangai45 Posted at 2-11 12:20
It is quite possible that you are right:
The French DJI site in its page "features" for the Mavic 2 as well as into the pdf manual offered for download simply do not speak of this setting ...
By cons, I refer to the pages of the tutorial first published in 2017-11 by admin 'DJ Grace' (inevitably without references to Mavic 2 !) And since then has been converted to pdf and I even found a version in French (my language).

You are right, these "screen shots" show the option you are looking for.
There is another flaw in those if they are consecutively taken:
It shows, that no SD card is inserted and selecetd photo mode is "AEB".
That's not possible either. Without SD card only single photo mode is available.

But then you'll realize those are no real screen shots.
Like in the first two pictures the camera shows very different landscapes but the map shows the same building location ;-)


2-12 00:06
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