This video will show you how to use the tapfly command. Enter the camera in the DJI Go app. Press the remote controller icon on the left side of the screen. Tap tapfly. Power on the aircraft and execute the combination stick command to takeoff and ascend to at least 3, off the ground. Confirm the aircraft is in p mode. Press and hold the target area on screen and wait for the go icon to appear. Tap go to confirm and the aircraft will fly towards the target area. While the aircraft is on its way to the target location you can adjust the flight speed in real time on the right side of the interface. If an obstacle blocks the aircraft the system will automatically judge if the obstacles can be avoided. If it can avoid the obstacles the aircraft will fly over the obstacles otherwise it will stop and hover in front of it. The app will prompt you if the aircraft is bypassing an obstacles. If the aircraft is unable to bypass the obstacles it will stop and hover in front of the obstacles.
Exiting tapfly. Press the intelligent flight mode pause button on the remote controller or pull back and hold the pitch stick. You can also press the stop button on the left side of the camera interface. After exiting tapfly the aircraft will hover at its current location. You can select a new location to continue flying. Note: Please do not command the aircraft to fly towards humans, animals or any thin objects such as tree branches or power lines, transparent objects, glass surfaces or water. The range available for tapfly is limited. Areas at the top or bottom of the camera interface may be unavailable for selection. When in tapfly mode executing a yaw command will cause the aircraft to change its original course and fly straight forward on a new course. The previously selected point will adjust accordingly in app.