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You can use your DJI Mic with cameras, smartphones (Lightning & USB-C ports are supported), computers, DJI Action 2, DJI OM 5 and more. DJI Mic transmitters have built-in 8GB storage and supports two recording modes: Mono and Stereo. In Stereo mode, audio from the two transmitters will be recorded via separate channels, and in Mono mode, audio will be recorded via one channel.
To connect your DJI microphone with a smartphone: Insert the standard phone adapter into the pogo-pin port at the bottom of the transmitters and connect with your phone. Start shooting or recording on your phone and the receiver will start working.
To connect with a camera: The receiver can be mounted on a camera via the hot shoe adapter. Use a 3.5mm camera connection cable to connect the camera mic port and the 3.5mm audio output port on the receiver. Then, start recording videos on your camera and the receiver will start working.
To connect with a computer: Use a 3.5mm camera connection cable to connect the mic port of your computer with the 3.5mm audio output port of the receiver. Start recording on your computer and the receiver will start working.
DJI Mic supports a low-latency wireless transmission at up to 250 m. Conveniently record audio without interruptions, even in complex environments.
Simultaneously record high-fidelity audio via two transmitters. DJI Mic can serve as an independent recording device and as a backup soundtrack recorder.
The compact Charging Case acts as the ideal home to store the system and is easy to travel with. Each transmitter weighs only 30 g, making them comfortable to wear as you record.
Enjoy 5.5 hours of battery life from the transmitters, 5 hours from the receiver, and up to 15 hours with the charging case.
The DJI Mic receiver has USB-C, Lightning, and 3.5mm TRS ports, making it compatible with mainstream smartphone, camera, and laptop brands.