DJI RC 2 focuses on your flight and control experience. For footage management and video sharing, it is recommended to install the DJI Fly app on your smartphone and connect it directly with the aircraft through Wi-Fi. Then, you can use the QuickTransfer function to download footage directly from the aircraft to your smartphone.
The performance of the processor has been improved for smoother operation. The video transmission solution has been upgraded, and the antenna system has been upgraded from 1T2R to 2T4R. With DJI Air 3, O4 video transmission can be used. DJI RC 2 also features two built-in antennas and two external antennas, and allows angle adjustments for the external dual antennas to achieve optimized video transmission signal.
A microSD card slot and USB-C ports (for charging and connecting to computer).
DJI RC 2 has a built-in speaker but no microphone.
Yes. The C1 and C2 buttons can be customized in the DJI Fly app for more convenient control of the drone.
You can update the firmware of your DJI RC 2 using the DJI Fly app.
Yes. The USB-C port supports power input up to 9V/3A (with a 9V/3A charger). It takes 1.5 hours at the fastest speed to fully charge the battery.
Up to three hours.

Tested in a 25° C (77° F) laboratory environment while DJI RC 2 was connected to DJI Air 3 in normal flight status and recording 1080p/60fps video.
Currently, DJI RC 2 is only compatible with DJI Mini 4 Pro and DJI Air 3. More compatible models are subject to future updates. Check the DJI official website for further updates and information.
The optimal transmission range occurs when the antennas are facing the aircraft, with the angle between the antennas and the back of the remote controller at 180° or 270°.