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Currently, light gray is the only color option for DJI Mini 2. However, the DIY Creative Kit is available, which can be used to personalize and decorate DJI Mini 2. The DIY Creative Kit can be purchased separately at the DJI Online Store.

The standard weight of the aircraft (including battery, propellers, and a microSD card) is 242 grams. Actual product weight may vary. Registration is not required in some countries and regions. Check local rules and regulations before use.

To ensure transportation safety, DJI Mini 2 flight batteries are set to Sleep mode before shipping. Simply connect the aircraft with the battery charger to activate the battery and begin using. After activating the battery, press the power button once and then press and hold to turn on the aircraft.

DJI Mini 2 can only be used with the DJI Fly app. You can download the DJI Fly app from major application stores or from the Downloads page on the DJI official website (https://www.dji.com/mini-2/downloads). Please check compatibility on the website.

Connect your mobile device with the remote controller, then connect with DJI Mini 2 via the DJI Fly app. Follow the app instructions to activate DJI Mini 2.

DJI Mini 2 comes with a user manual and comprehensive tutorials, which you can get from the Flight Academy in the DJI Fly app.You can follow DJI Support on Facebook and Twitter to get more tips on using DJI Mini 2.

Yes. However, when a microSD card is not installed, the photos or videos you take will be of a lower resolution (720p). It is recommended to install a microSD card before shooting.

No

No. Use DJI Mini 2 with the 360° Propeller Guard to fully protect the propellers and improve flight safety. (Recommendation of 360° Propeller Guard shall not appear in FAQ for European websites.)

Yes. Always be sure to observe the surrounding environment carefully and set a proper altitude to avoid obstacles when using the Return to Home function.

No

Yes. You can apply for permission to operate in restricted flight areas using the DJI Fly app. Apply by tapping “Unlock GEO Zone” in the DJI Fly app, or fill in the required information at https://www.dji.com/cn/flysafe/custom-unlock. 

The international version of DJI Mini 2 differs from the Japanese version in weight, operating time, battery, and propellers.

No. DJI Mini 2 supports 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz simultaneously. In areas that support both frequency bands, DJI Mini 2 switches to the optimal frequency band and channel according to the signal conditions.

Motors, image transmission, camera performance, intelligent features, and user experience have all improved significantly. The image transmission system is particularly impressive as it has been upgraded to OcuSync 2.0 from enhanced Wi-Fi. An optimized operation process also makes DJI Mini 2 more intuitive.

The design has not changed drastically. The main differences are DJI Mini 2 has orange propeller tips, an additional front light, "4K" printed on the lens, a clickable aircraft status indicator, and smoother connection between the rear arm and the aircraft frame. 

No.

No. Mavic Mini will not function with the battery of DJI Mini 2. Although the international version of DJI Mini 2 can use Mavic Mini’s battery, the power will decrease and the total weight will exceed 250 g, requiring registration in some countries and regions. Please check local rules and regulations before use.

Yes. Update DJI Mini 2 in DJI Fly app to the firmware version  1.1.0.0 or above; Update DJI Mavic Air 2 to the firmware version 1.0.4.60 or above. After firmware update, the remote controller can connect both aircraft.

Camera

DJI Mini 2 is equipped with a 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor with up to 12 million effective pixels.

Photo Resolutions 4000×3000 (4:3) 4000×2250 (16:9) Video 4K 24/25/30 fps 2.7K 24/25/30 fps 1080p 24/25/30/48/50/60 fps

DJI Mini 2 supports digital zoom, namely: 4K: 2x 2.7K: 3x FHD: 4x In the video recording view of the DJI Fly app, tap the zoom icon, touch the screen with two fingers, or use the dial while pressing the Fn button on the remote controller to zoom in.

Single Shot, Interval and AEB Triple Shot.

No.

Yes. It supports Sphere, 180°, and Wide-Angle.

Yes.

Yes. You can adjust shutter, ISO, and white balance in M mode.

Yes. The DJI Fly app QuickShots modes include Dronie, Helix, Rocket, Circle, and Boomerang.

By 3-axis (tilt, roll and pan) motorized gimbal stabilization.

No.

OcuSync 2.0 supports both 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz frequency bands. It features stronger interference resistance due to automatic frequency switching, delivering video transmission feeds at up to 10 km (when unobstructed, free of interference, and FCC-compliant).

720p @ 30fps.

No.

92 mm.

The smartphone clamp of the remote controller houses the antennas. Make sure that the antennas are pointed toward the aircraft. Check the user manual for more information about setting the antenna direction. Additionally, 2.4/5.8 GHz wireless devices can cause interference to the signal. Please avoid high-density Wi-Fi signal sources, and consider turning off the Bluetooth on your mobile devices, as well as idle Bluetooth devices.

QuickTransfer is an all-new feature of DJI Mini 2. It allows users to quickly transfer photos and videos in the DJI Fly app to the mobile device. With QuickTransfer, users can access the album of the aircraft in the DJI Fly app on the mobile device without connecting to the remote controller, and download photos and videos at 20 MB/s. Method 1: a. Turn on the aircraft. As the aircraft status indicator automatically begins flashing yellow, press and hold the indicator for two seconds (ensure that the aircraft has been updated to the latest firmware; if the firmware version is 1.0.0.0, press the indicator button twice to switch the light) to turn the light blue, and then to pulsing lights. b. Enable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on the mobile device, launch the DJI Fly app, and there will be a prompt to connect to the aircraft. c. Tap Connect. After a successful connection, you can access the aircraft album and download files at 20 MB/s. Note that when you connect the mobile device with the aircraft for the first time, you need to press the indicator button once to confirm connection. Method 2: When the aircraft is connected to the mobile device via the remote controller, enable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on the mobile device to connect it with the aircraft. After you enter Playback in the DJI Fly app, tap the QuickTransfer icon in the upper righthand corner, and then you can download photos and videos from the aircraft to your smartphone.

Propulsion and Battery

31 minutes (measured while flying at 4.7 m/s in windless conditions).

The maximum flight altitude is 500 m, which may vary in different countries and regions due to local laws. Before flying, please check local laws and regulations.

No. Please do not bend the propellers as it may affect the flight performance. We recommend using the 360° Propeller Guard for protection when storing.

Before each flight, it is necessary to check the propellers for cracks, wear, warp, corrosion, and loose screws. If any of these conditions are present, the propellers should be replaced. Follow the instructions in the user manual to replace the propellers. Use the included screwdriver to change the propellers. Please follow the instructions provided. Remove the two blades and screws on the same arm, and replace with the propellers in the same package with new screws. Attach the propellers with marks to the arms with marks, and the unmarked propellers to unmarked arms. Ensure that the propellers and arms are installed securely before each flight.

DJI Mini 2 can hover stably in wind speeds of up to 8.5-10.5 m/s. 

The maximum service ceiling is 4000 m.

Do not use the 360° Propeller Guard in a windy environment or at an altitude above 2000 m. After attaching the 360° Propeller Guard, there will be restrictions on flight distance and flight altitude. Please refer to the specifications in the DJI Fly app. (Not applicable for Europe)

You can connect the aircraft to a charger with Type-C cable, or use the Two-Way Charging Hub.

DJI Mini 2 does not have special requirements for the charger. You can use an ordinary USB charger. DJI Mini 2 supports QC and USB PD fast-charging protocols, and supports up to 29 W of input power.

The DJI Mini 2 Two-Way Charging Hub supports QC and USB PD fast-charging protocols, and can charge up to three batteries in sequence. You can also use it for battery storage or as a power bank to charge your mobile device or remote controller via the USB-A port.

Before storage, it is recommended to charge the battery to approximately 72%. It is recommended to charge and discharge the battery once every three months to improve battery performance. If the battery level is below 72%, it is recommended to charge it until it is 72% before storing. If the battery level is above 72%, the battery will discharge automatically after 5 days to 72%.

Updating Firmware

Updating requires the remote controller instead of your smartphone. You can also download DJI Assistant 2 (Consumer Drones Series) on your computer, and connect the aircraft to the computer to start updating. Download DJI Assistant 2 (Consumer Drones Series) via https://www.dji.com/mini-2/downloads.

No. If you do, the update will fail. You will then need to download the firmware and update it again. 

Yes.

Connect DJI Mini 2 to the DJI Fly app. The app will then check firmware compatibility automatically. You should update according to the instructions.

Connect DJI Mini 2 to the DJI Fly app. The app will then check firmware compatibility automatically. You should update according to the instructions.

a. Low battery. Before installing an update, make sure the battery level of the aircraft is above 15% and that of the remote controller is above 20%. b. Powering off DJI Mini 2 or the remote controller during an update. If this happens, restart DJI Mini 2 and the remote controller, and begin the update again. c. The internet was disconnected during the firmware download. d. If the update failure persists or the remote controller does not link with the aircraft, there may be firmware inconsistencies between the devices. In this case, use DJI Assistant 2 (Consumer Drones Series) on your computer to update the aircraft and the remote controller to the latest versions separately. During the update, the aircraft will restart multiple times and automatically shut down after the update has been completed.

Accessory Compatibility

No.

No. The Two-Way Charging Hub of Mavic Mini cannot charge the batteries of DJI Mini 2, whereas that of DJI Mini 2 can charge the batteries of Mavic Mini.

Yes.