Have you ever felt brave enough to take part your brand new drone as soon as you take it out of the box? Me neither. Luckily, TronicsFix LLC on YouTube has the skills and knowledge to do this properly so that all of us can check out what’s inside the DJI Mavic 2 Zoom. Check out their teardown video below!
The teardown process
If you’re familiar with taking apart electronics or watching people taking apart electronics, it’s full of tedious unscrewing and prying to peel back the outer layer. The process is quite rewarding once the electronic boards been to appear, and after some fast forwarding, TronicsFix finally breaks through the Mavic 2 Zoom’s shell to expose complex circuitry and sensors used to help pilots avoid obstacles. Let me stop wasting your time rambling on about what the process is like, and check out how he did it below in their teardown video.
These videos are great to watch to get a full appreciation of what goes into creating a product as complicated as a drone. It’s also nice to have as reference if you ever want to attempt to make any repairs yourself. Be sure to check out TronicsFix LLC on YouTube for more teardown videos on various electronic devices!
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