To ensure transportation safety, the DJI Mini 2 SE batteries are set to hibernation mode before shipping.
Before using, insert the battery into the aircraft or charging hub, and connect the battery charger to charge and activate the battery.
After activating the battery, press the power button once and then press again and hold for two seconds to turn on the aircraft.
Connect your mobile device (connected to the internet) with the remote controller, and then connect to DJI Mini 2 SE via the DJI Fly app. Follow the instructions in the app to activate DJI Mini 2 SE.
No. Avoid contact with water during use as it may lead to damage of the device.
If it rains during flight, please return and land as soon as possible, and wait until the aircraft is fully dry inside before using it again.
DJI Mini 2 SE can only be used with the DJI Fly app. You can download the latest version of DJI Fly from the DJI Mini 2 SE Downloads page of on the DJI official website.
The max wind speed resistance of DJI Mini 2 SE is 10.7 m/s (Level 5).
* Wind resistance is dependent upon propulsion. In strong winds, due to the lightweight nature of the drone, slight vibration is expected. High-powered propulsion ensures the drone hovers stably or returns to home safely. DJI Mini 2 SE automatically controls the gimbal to adjust slightly to ensure that the footage is always stable and not affected by the wind.
1. Fully upgraded video transmission. Enhanced Wi-Fi transmission has been upgraded to DJI O2, delivering better anti-interference and video transmission performance and up to 10 km of transmission distance (when unobstructed, free of interference, and FCC-compliant).
2. More creative options. DJI Mini 2 SE supports more shooting functions, including panorama, AEB, 4× digital zoom, RAW photos and Boomerang mode of QuickShots.
3. Upgraded propulsion. DJI Mini 2 SE supports up to 10.7 m/s (Level 5) wind resistance and a max takeoff altitude of 4000 m.
The DJI Fly app comes with clear instructions and flying tutorials covering all tips useful for beginners.
Tap the icon in the top right corner to enter Academy and view product tutorials, flight tips, flight safety notices, and user manuals.
DJI Mini 2 SE Fly More Combo includes some must-have accessories that will make flying easier and more enjoyable. Compared to the standard combo, the combo additionally offers two Intelligent Flight Batteries, two pairs of spare propellers, 12 screws, a Two-Way Charging Hub, a Propeller Holder, and a Shoulder Bag, improving your experience with storage, carrying, and use.
microSD card: DJI Mini 2 SE does not have internal storage. Without a microSD card inserted, users can only capture single, low-quality photos or record 720p videos. The files will be directly stored on the mobile device. A microSD card can expand the storage of Mini 2 SE and unlock all its creative functions while providing space for the original photos and videos captured.
360° Propeller Guard*: Fully wraps the propellers for added safety, suitable for flying indoors and in scenarios with obstacles.
Two-way Charging Hub: Holds three batteries and charges them in sequence, and can be used as a mobile power source to charge a remote controller, smartphone, and other devices.
* Only available in certain countries and regions.
DJI Mini 2 SE provides several intelligent shooting modes like QuickShots and panorama, allowing beginners to create impressive aerial imagery effortlessly.
QuickShots modes include Dronie, Helix, Rocket, Circle, and Boomerang. With just a few taps, DJI Mini 2 SE automatically shoots and generates videos with soundtracks and filters, letting you share directly or further edit in the app.
Select from Sphere, Wide-Angle, and 180° panoramas, tap start, and DJI Mini 2 SE automatically generates a panoramic masterpiece from scratch to post.
Yes. You can manually set camera parameters like shutter speed, ISO, and white balance in the DJI Fly app.
Yes. It supports Sphere, 180°, and Wide-Angle.
Yes. The QuickShots modes include Dronie, Helix, Rocket, Circle, and Boomerang.
Propulsion and Battery
The maximum flight altitude is 500 m for safety reasons. Due to local laws and regulations, the maximum flight altitude may vary in different countries and regions. Before flying, please always check local laws and regulations.
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 from the motor, and replace with the new propellers and screws. Attach the marked propellers to the marked motors, and the unmarked propellers to the unmarked motors. Ensure that the propellers and motors are installed securely before each flight.
Yes. To ensure charging speed, it is recommended to use USB PD or QC chargers.
The 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 (storing at least one battery with ample power) to charge your mobile device or remote controller via the USB-A port.
Remote Controller and Image Transmission
DJI O2 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).
DJI Mini 2 SE supports DJI RC-N1 Remote Controller.
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.
Firmware Update
Connect the aircraft with the remote controller. The DJI Fly app will send you a prompt for firmware updates (if new firmware is available). Follow the instructions to update the firmware of the aircraft, remote controller, battery, and other modules.
1. The battery level of the aircraft or remote controller is below 20%.
2. The aircraft or the remote controller is powered off during an update. If this happens, restart the aircraft and remote controller, and try again.
3. The network is disconnected during a firmware download.
4. Your smartphone interface is switched to other applications during a firmware download.
* The aircraft will restart multiple times during an update and automatically power off after completing the update.