DJI Mic 2
You can use DJI Mic 2 with a range of devices, including cameras, smartphones (via USB-C/Lightning port or direct Bluetooth connection), computers, Osmo Action 4 (via USB-C port or Bluetooth), Osmo Pocket 3 (via USB-C port or Bluetooth), and Osmo Mobile 6.
DJI Mic 2 (2 TX + 1 RX + Charging Case) includes a charging case, one receiver, and two Shadow Black transmitters, suitable for two-person audio recording, and providing extended battery life.
DJI Mic 2 (1 TX + 1 RX) includes one receiver and one Shadow Black transmitter, suitable for single-person audio recording of individual creators.
The DJI Mic 2 Transmitter (Pearl White) and DJI Mic 2 Transmitter (Shadow Black) can be used with mobile phones, Osmo Action 4, and Osmo Pocket 3.
No. DJI Mic 2 is ready to use without activation. You can scan the QR code on the package to register for a one-year warranty extension.
1. Download the firmware update package from the Downloads page of DJI Mic 2;
2. Ensure that the receiver is powered off and the transmitter is on. Connect the transmitter or receiver to your computer using a standard USB-C cable;
3. Put the downloaded firmware update package (file with .bin suffix) under the root directories of the transmitters and receiver;
4. Disconnect from your computer, and the transmitters and receiver will start the firmware update automatically.
1. If the update fails, download and copy the firmware again and reboot the transmitters and receiver. Repeat until the firmware is updated successfully.
2. Remove the mobile phone adapter from the receiver before connecting it to the computer for firmware update.
The transmitters and receiver are already linked by default. If you need to link them again, you can do so in the following ways:
Method 1: Put the transmitters and receiver into the charging case and they will link automatically;
Method 2: Power on the transmitters and the receiver, swipe down on the receiver's main screen, select Receiver Settings, and swipe left to choose Link Device. Press and hold the linking button on one transmitter, and follow the on-screen instructions to complete linking. When the status indicator on the transmitter blinks green quickly, it indicates the linking is in progress. When the status indicator blinks green slowly, it indicates it has been linked and is waiting for another transmitter to be linked. When the status indicator turns solid green, the linking is completed.
To end linking during the process, tap Stop Linking.
DJI Mic 2 provides three recording modes: S (Stereo), M (Mono), and Ms (Mono Safety Track). S: Stereo mode. Audio from the two transmitters is recorded via separate channels.
M: Mono mode. Under Mono mode, the audio recorded by the two transmitters will be in one channel.
Ms: Mono with Safety Track mode. A backup soundtrack will be recorded at -6 dB in case the main track gets distorted due to a sudden increase in the audio volume of the source.
If you use Ms (Mono Safety Track) mode, you will need to separate the tracks during post-production.
The DJI Mic 2 Charging Case can be used for linking the transmitters with the receiver, as well as storing the transmitters, the receiver, and mobile phone adapters (USB-C and Lightning). It can also charge two transmitters and one receiver two times.
250 m with FCC compliance and 160 m under CE (in an unobstructed environment without interference).
It is recommended to use a 5V/2A charger to charge DJI Mic 2's transmitters, receiver, and charging case. At room temperature, it takes about 1 hour and 10 minutes to fully charge the transmitters and the receiver using the charging case. It takes about 2 hours and 40 minutes to fully charge the charging case.
You can refer to the comparison page for details.
DJI Mic 2 Clip Magnet
33 N.
DJI Mic 2 uses multi-pole magnetization and has enough strength to lift an iron block weighing up to 3.3 kg.
It is recommended to keep the DJI Mic 2 Clip Magnet away from bank cards, pacemakers, RAM chips, and hard discs.
1. DO NOT use when wearing heavy clothes (sweaters, down jackets, etc.). The transmitters could fall off due to lack of magnetism.
2. Use with caution during vigorous exercise, for example, jumping, sprinting, etc.
DJI Mic 2 Transmitter
It is recommended to use the back clip of the DJI Mic 2 transmitter to secure it to places like your collar, or you can mount the transmitter using the DJI Mic 2 Clip Magnet.
1. Transmitters connecting to the receiver via a 2.4G frequency band.
2. Bluetooth mode.
1. It depends on the compatibility of the livestreaming app and the mobile phone operating system. You can test it with Bluetooth earphones or headsets. If you cannot record audio with the earphones or headset for livestreaming, the transmitter does not support this function when connecting to a mobile phone via Bluetooth.Learn More
2. To connect, power on the transmitter, press and hold the record button for three seconds to switch the transmitter to Bluetooth connection mode, and enable Bluetooth on your mobile phone. Press and hold the linking button for two seconds and the mobile phone will automatically search for available Bluetooth devices. Select DJI Mic 2 when it appears to complete linking. Certain mobile phones will prompt a Bluetooth pairing request. Confirm the access to complete the linking. When the transmitter's status indicator turns solid blue, the linking is completed. If the mobile phone's Bluetooth cannot find DJI Mic 2, reboot Bluetooth on the mobile phone and link again.
DJI Mic 2 transmitters each have 8GB of built-in storage that can record 24-bit audio for up to 14 hours or 32-bit audio for up to 11 hours. Transmitters do not support external storage.
During internal recording, a file is saved every 30 minutes. When 32-bit float recording is enabled, a file is saved every 23 minutes, and the files are in WAV format. Recorded files can be exported by connecting the transmitter to a computer using the included USB cable.
Connect the transmitter(s) to your computer and delete the files you wish to remove.
You can also format the transmitters using the receiver.
When the storage space of the DJI Mic 2 transmitters runs out, the recording will stop.
The DJI Mic 2 transmitter currently only supports Bluetooth connection with Osmo Action 4, Osmo Pocket 3, and smartphones. Osmo Action 4 and smartphones can connect to one transmitter via Bluetooth at a time, while Osmo Pocket 3 can connect to two transmitters via Bluetooth at the same time.
When the DJI Mic 2 transmitter is connected to a smartphone via Bluetooth, intelligent noise cancelling and internal recording cannot be used.
DJI Mic 2 Receiver
It can link with up to two DJI Mic 2 transmitters at the same time.
Link the DJI Mic 2 receiver and transmitters, plug a 3.5mm jack earphone/headset into the black 3.5mm monitoring port of the DJI Mic 2 receiver for monitoring. Monitoring volume can be adjusted during monitoring by swiping down on the main screen of the DJI Mic 2 receiver then entering Receiver Settings, swiping left, and tapping the monitoring volume icon to make adjustments.
Yes. You can lock the receiver screen by pressing the power button once. The screen will prompt "Screen locked." To unlock for touch control, press the power button again. When navigating in sub-menus, you can also return to the main interface by pressing the power button once.
You can play back recorded audio on a mobile phone without removing the receiver.
Yes. When the DJI Mic 2 receiver is connected to your phone via mobile phone adapter, you can use a charging cable to charge both the mobile phone and the receiver through the receiver's USB-C port.
The DJI Mic 2 receiver's OUT port outputs analog signals for camera connections.
The DJI Mic 2 Mobile Phone Adapter (USB-C and Lightning) and USB-C ports output digital signals.
When the DJI Mic 2 receiver is connected to a camera via 3.5mm TRS cable, you can enable this function and the receiver automatically powers on and off in sync with the camera. When the camera is powered off or audio recording is not enabled during filming, the receiver will automatically power off. When the camera is powered on, the receiver will automatically power on.
To enable this feature, swipe down on the DJI Mic 2 receiver's main screen, enter Receiver Settings, swipe left, tap Power On/Off with Camera Simultaneously, and select ON.
Swipe down on the receiver's main screen to find Receiver Settings, then swipe left to find Recommended Camera Settings. Select the brand and camera model, and adjust the camera gain to the recommended gain. For more details, refer to the Instructions on Recommended Gain for Camera Setup. Connect the receiver to the camera's microphone port using a 3.5mm TRS cable, and the receiver's screen will display the current camera model in the upper left corner. If your camera is not listed in the recommended settings, choose None for the camera brand and adjust the receiver's gain based on audio monitoring.
DJI Mic 2 Accessories
The unique rotating design allows for flexible recording, while its cable routing design prevents accidental unplugging. Compact and easily concealable, it is ideal for interviews, vlogs, livestreaming, and more.
T‌he DJI Mic 2 Camera Adapter can connect the DJI Mic 2 receiver to your Sony camera's MI shoe. It enables audio recording without the need for a 3.5mm TRS cable and supports digital audio recording. Your Sony camera can also supply power to the DJI Mic 2 receiver through the adapter.
The DJI Mic 2 Camera Adapter only supports Sony cameras equipped with a hot shoe. For more details on compatibility, please refer to the product page on the official DJI website.
The DJI Mic 2 Camera Adapter supports digital audio recording and can power the receiver.
The Camera Audio Cable (3.5mm TRS) provides analog audio recording and enables auto power-on and off in sync with the camera.
If the camera does not support digital audio signals, it cannot recognize the ‌DJI Mic 2 Camera Adapter.