FAQ

General
Devices that support outputting SDI and HDMI signals.
6 km* (FCC)
4 km* (CE/SRRC/MIC)

* Measured in open environments without obstructions or interference.
1. The video status indicator shows the status of video signal input:
Solid green indicates there is signal input;
Solid red indicates there is no signal input;
Blinking red indicates there is an error in video input.

2. The linking status indicator shows the status of linking between the transmitter and receiver:
Solid red indicates the device is powered on without linking;
Blinking red and green alternatively indicates that linking is ongoing;
Solid green indicates successful linking and that the receiver and transmitter are connected normally;
Blinking red indicates internal error.
No.
It supports transmission at up to 1080p/60fps. It only supports HDMI output, and does not support HDMI input. You can input HDMI signals via the HDMI port on the right side of the DJI High-Bright Remote Monitor.
Yes. You can use third-party V-mount battery adapter plates to use V-mount batteries as a power supply.
Currently, the DJI High-Bright Remote Monitor only works with the DJI Ronin 4D Video Transmitter or DJI Video Transmitter, and does not support video transmitters of other brands.
It is recommended to use DJI standard antennas; otherwise, signal strength may be weaker.
No.
When DJI Video Transmission uses the 2.4GHz frequency band, it may interfere with wireless mics. You can switch from auto frequency mode to manual mode and choose DFS channel (vacancy checking is required)* to avoid any conflicts and get better transmission quality.

* In manual mode, checking DFS channel vacancy takes about one minute.
Tap the signal icon on the touchscreen of the DJI High-Bright Remote Monitor, change from auto frequency mode to manual mode and use DFS channel (vacancy checking is required)* to avoid the conflict and get better transmission quality.

* In manual mode, checking DFS channel vacancy takes about one minute.
Sony cameras that support BRAVIA Sync (HDMI Control) can use Mirror Control mode. Tap the camera menu icon on the bottom of the DJI High-Bright Remote Monitor to enter the Sony camera menu and remotely control camera settings using virtual buttons on the remote monitor. Before entering Mirror Control mode, enable HDMI Control on the Sony camera. The steps are as follows: Enter Settings on the Sony camera, enter HDMI Settings, and enable TC Output, REC Control, and HDMI Control. If you don't want to display OSD information of the Sony camera on the DJI High-Bright Remote Monitor, disable HDMI Info.
There are two modes: Control mode and Broadcast mode. In Control mode, monitoring can be done from two DJI High-Bright Remote Monitors at the same time, while the gimbal of Ronin 2 and RS 3 Pro and camera focus can also be controlled remotely on the monitors. When at least one DJI High-Bright Remote Monitor is powered on and under Control mode, both Control mode and Broadcast mode can be used at the same time. Simply enable Broadcast mode on the transmitter to allow an unlimited number of DJI High-Bright Remote Monitors to be connected (transmission performance in Broadcast mode differs from transmission performance in Control mode). Additional remote monitors cannot control Ronin 2, RS 3 Pro, or camera focus and can be used for monitoring only.
Tap "…" on the bottom left corner of the DJI High-Bright Remote Monitor. Enter System Settings - General Settings - Screen Settings to adjust screen brightness. The brightness is set to 80% by default.
Linking
Press and hold the linking dial on the DJI Video Transmitter to enter linking status. Then, tap the menu icon on the DJI High-Bright Remote Monitor, tap Connection Settings - Control Mode, and tap Link to Control Monitor A/B to finish linking.
Press and hold the linking dial on the DJI Video Transmitter to enter linking status. Then, tap the menu icon on the DJI High-Bright Remote Monitor, tap Connection Settings - Control Mode, and tap Link to Control Monitor A. Then, press and hold the linking dial of the DJI Video Transmitter again, tap the menu icon on the other remote monitor, and then tap Connection Settings - Control Mode - Link to Control Monitor B to finish linking with both monitors.
Monitor A is the main controller and Monitor B is the sub controller. Both have the same control distance and transmission signal. It is recommended to link the main controller (Monitor A) before the sub controller (Monitor B). If you link the sub control monitor as Monitor B first, you will need to repeat the operation and link it again after linking the main controller (Monitor A) so it can function as sub controller.