DJI RC 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 to your smartphone.
1. With a built-in screen, DJI RC can directly link with your drone after powering on without connecting to a smartphone, allowing you to start shooting right away.
2. DJI RC features built-in antennas.
3. DJI RC features all-new dual-spring control sticks for a smoother control experience.
4. DJI RC supports more customizable buttons and dials for more convenient operation.
1. Both DJI RC Pro and DJI RC have a 5.5-inch 1080p screen. DJI RC Pro supports screen brightness up to 1,000 nits. DJI RC supports screen brightness up to 700 nits.
2. DJI RC Pro supports third-party apps. DJI RC does not support third-party apps.
3. DJI RC Pro is equipped with four antennas. DJI RC is equipped with two antennas (the same as RC-N1).
The USB-C port on the right is the charging port, and the USB-C port on the left can be used for other accessories such as USB-C earphones or a mic.
DJI RC has a built-in speaker but no microphone.
Yes. The C1/C2 button can be customized in the DJI Fly app for more convenient control of the drone.
You can update the firmware of your DJI RC through the DJI Fly app.
DJI RC supports a charging power of 15 W (5 V/3 A), and the highest charging efficiency can be achieved with a charger that supports PD protocol. It takes 1.5 hours to fully charge the battery.
Up to four hours under normal operating conditions.
DJI RC is compatible with DJI Mavic 3 Classic, DJI Mavic 3, DJI Mavic 3 Cine, DJI Mavic 3 Pro, DJI Mini 3, DJI Mini 3 Pro, and DJI Air 2S. Please refer to the official DJI website for further updates.
DJI RC adopts built-in antennas. When using it, you only need to point the top of the device toward the direction of the drone.