General

NameZenmuse XT2
DimensionsWith 25 mm lens: 123.7×112.6×127.1 mm
With other lens: 118.02×111.6×125.5 mm

Thermal Camera

Thermal Imager Uncooled VOx Microbolometer
FPA/Digital Video Display Formats640×512
336×256
Digital Zoom640×512: 1x, 2x, 4x, 8x
336×256: 1x, 2x, 4x
Pixel Pitch17 μm
Spectral Band7.5-13.5 μm
Full Frame Rates30 Hz
Exportable Frame Rates<9 Hz
Sensitivity (NEdT)<50 mk @ f/1.0
Scene Range (High Gain) 640×512: -25° to 135℃
336×256: -25° to 100℃
Scene Range (Low Gain)-40° to 550℃
File StorageMicroSD card*
Photo FormatJPEG, TIFF, R-JPEG
Video Format8 bit: MOV, MP4 14 bit: TIFF Sequence, SEQ**

Image Processing & Display Control

Image OptimizationYes
Digital Detail EnhancementYes
Polarity Control (Black Hot/ White Hot)Yes

Gimbal

Angular Vibration Range±0.01°
MountDetachable
Controllable RangeTilt: +30° to -90°
Pan: ±320°
Mechanical RangeTilt: +45° to -130°
Pan: ±330°
Roll: -90° to +60°
Max Controllable SpeedTilt: 90°/s
Pan: 90°/s

Visual Camera

Sensor1/1.7" CMOS
Effective Pixels: 12 M
LensPrime lens
Focus at 8 mm
FOV 57.12°× 42.44°
Digital Zoom1x, 2x, 4x, 8x
Photo FormatsJPEG
Video FormatsMOV, MP4
Video Resolutions4K Ultra HD: 3840×2160 29.97p
FHD: 1920×1080 29.97p
Working ModesCapture, Record, Playback
Still Photography ModesSingle Shot
Burst Shooting(3/5 frames)
Interval (2/3/4/7/10/15/20/30 sec)
Video CaptionSupported
Anti-flickerAuto, 50 Hz, 60 Hz
StorageMicroSD card
Max capacity: 128 GB. UHS-3 required
Recommended model: Sandisk Extreme 16/32 GB UHS-3 microSDHC
Sandisk Extreme 64/128 GB UHS-3 microSDXC
Supported File SystemFAT 32 (≤32GB), exFAT (>32GB)

Image Processing & Display Control

Color & Monochrome Palettes (LUT)Yes

Models – Lens and Resolution options

Thermal Lens Models 9 mm, 13 mm, 19 mm, 25 mm
640×512 FoV, iFoVN/A, f/1.25 45°×37° 1.308 mr, f/1.25 32°×26° 0.895 mr, f/1.1 25°×20° 0.680 mr
336×256 FoV, iFoVf/1.25 35°×27° 1.889 mr, f/1.25 25°×19° 1.308 mr, f/1.25 17°×13° 0.895 mr, N/A
Min Focus Distance3.2 cm, 7.6 cm, 15.3 cm, 30 cm
Hyperfocal Distance2.1 m, 4.4 m, 9.5 m, 21m
Hyperfocal Depth of Field1.1 m, 2.2 m, 4.8 m, 11m
Notes The SD card, which is located near the lens, is used to store TIFF Sequence and SEQ infrared RAW video only. The other format footage will be stored in the other SD card.
*It is recommended to use ImageJ to play the TIFF Sequence video and Flir Tools to play SEQ video

Intro

DJI – Introducing the Zenmuse XT2
DJI – Introducing the Zenmuse XT2
2018-03-28

Tutorials

DJI Zenmuse XT2 - How to Use MSX
DJI Zenmuse XT2 - How to Use MSX
2018-06-12
DJI Zenmuse XT2 – Updating the Firmware
DJI Zenmuse XT2 – Updating the Firmware
2018-05-25

MANUALS

  • Zenmuse XT2 User Manual v1.0
    2018-05-11
  • Zenmuse XT2 Quick Start Guide
    2018-05-11
Zenmuse XT2 FAQs
The XT2 can be mounted onto any M200 Series drone as well as the Matrice 600 Pro. Please note that the XT2 will lack certain intelligent features like Heat Track and Quick Track when flown on a Matrice 600 Pro drone.
The lenses of the XT2 thermal and visual cameras cannot be replaced, and therefore we recommend consulting with our network of DJI Enterprise resellers to determine which lens best suits your needs before purchasing.
Currently, DJI offers 12 different models of XT2 cameras that vary with different lens sizes, resolutions and thermal frame rates. Please refer to the below chart for the complete list of models:
Due to the XT2’s dual sensor design, DJI built in two SD card slots. One stores typical photo and video formats while the other is reserved for thermal video data, which stores the full radiometric data from FLIR’s thermal sensor, enabling a variety of post-processing workflows.

You can adjust the type of file stored for each category through the camera settings section of the DJI Pilot app.
The flight time will adjust based on a wide range of environmental factors. To help you estimate your flight times, we have provided reference figures of max flight times when flying in optimal conditions.
1. Besides MOV and MP4, the XT2 now allows video formats in TIFF SEQ and SEQ. Additionally, this feature allows much more post production space and temperature analysis from videos. 2. With an added visual camera, you can now record visual and thermal images at the same time. 3. Additionally, because of the dual camera, you can also overlay visual images on top of thermal images simultaneously.
In addition to geothermal detection, fire protection, and forest inspections, the Zenmuse XT2 can also be used for electrical inspections, oil and gas inspections, as well as building inspections etc.
You can check for local dealers on https://www.dji.com/where-to-buy/dealer-maps or send a request to enterprise@dji.com.
Yes. All XT2 models are able to detect the highest and lowest temperature points. The XT2 is also able to detect temperatures at any point on the screen, including high temperature alerts.
To record RAW videos in TIFF SEQ and SEQ formats, insert both Micro-SD card in the slots and RAW videos will be stored in Micro-SD card 2, otherwise you can only insert the Micro-SD card in slot 1. Keep in mind that the XT2 supports SD cards with storage spaces of up to 128GB and reaches UHS-3 level or above.
SEQ (RAW) format allows users to do post production on the videos, such as adjusting color settings or editing the video on each frame.
Currently, the Zenmuse XT2 can only be used on the DJI Pilot App with the M200 Series and M600 Pro drones.
No. The Zenmuse XT2 lens is integrated with the original lens module and it does not support a lens filter.
Yes. There are two 32GB Micro-SD cards in the pack.
You can use MSX Offset in the DJI Pilot App to adjust the alignment.
This is an exclusive image format from FLIR. It contains temperature information in each pixel and can be analyzed by FLIR Tools. RJPEG images can also be viewed and processed as with JPEG images.
The XT2 has a more powerful processing module than the XT1 hence colors of the thermal images appear to have more detail and better sharpness when showing different temperatures.
The visual lens supports 4K video recording however the thermal lens does not.
1. The reflection of objects on metal surfaces will result in lower temperature detection than the true value. 2. The background temperature will also affect temperature detection. It will be minor in clear weather conditions but greater in cloudy or cold weather. 3.The humidity and temperature of the air. 4.The thickness of the air; thicker air results in less accurate detection results.
The Zenmuse XT2 has a focal length of 9mm, 13mm, 19mm and 25mm thermal lens. Each of them is equipped with an 8mm visual lens.
There are two kinds of working frequencies of the lens; 9Hz and 30Hz.
Yes they do.
To help you understand the character references, we will use the ZXT2A19SR model as an example: 1. ZXT2: refers to the Zenmuse XT 2. 2. A: refers to a lens with a resolution of 640*512. B: refers to a lens with a resolution of 336*256. 3. 19: refers to a lens with a 19mm focal length. 4. S: indicates a lens with 9Hz working frequency. 5. R: refers regional temperature detection."
The Zenmuse XT2 will be more sensitive to temperature difference in High Gain mode, but can only work within a narrow temperature range. Similarly, the opposite takes effect in Low Gain mode. In High Gain mode: 1. The detectable temperature range with a resolution of 640*512 is as follows: -25℃ to +135℃; 2. The detectable range with a resolution of 336*256 is as follows: -25℃ to +100℃; In Low Gain mode: All lenses can detect temperature from -40℃ to +550℃.
This option will split the video downlink into two parts; one is for the thermal view, and the other is for the visual view. The thermal part will be kept as the original size whereas the visual part is resized and then displayed accordingly.
Burst Shooting mode has been added.
They represent three different levels of sharpness of the object's profile and pattern. When the MSX level is set to low, the object's profile and pattern will appear less visible.
FFC stands for Flat-Field Calibration. It enables the image scene to be clear for observing the temperature variation. The FFC can be turned off in the settings menu and triggered manually.
Heat Track: Tap on the Heat Track button and the XT2 will start tracking the hottest point in live view. Spotlight: With this feature, the XT2 can track an object based on visible light. PIP function: the live view function can be split into two parts (thermal and visible) and the thermal image can also be integrated at the center of the visual image.
You can download the latest XT2 firmware on the DJI official website and store it into a formatted Micro-SD card. Insert the Micro-SD card into any one of the card slots of the XT2 camera, and then mount the camera onto the M200 or M600 Pro drone. Then power on the drone to start the upgrade. Please refer to Tutorial Videos for more details.