Here’s the DJI Mini 2 Drone User Manual for you to check out.
Here’s the full instructions manual for DJI Mini 2 Drone.
DJI Mini 2 boasts a foldable design and an ultralight weight of less than 249g. DJI Mini 2 comes equipped with the DJI RC-N1 remote controller, which boasts DJI’s long-range transmission OCUSYNC 2.0 technology.
DJI Mini 2 has a maximum flight speed of 36mph and a maximum flight time of 31 minutes, while the maximum runtime of the remote controller is six hours.
- Preparing the Aircraft
- Preparing the Remote Controller
- Aircraft Diagram
- Remote Controller Diagram
- Activating DJI Mini
DJI Mini 2 requires activation before using for this first time. After powering on the aircraft and remote controller, follow the on-screen instructions to activate DJI Mini 2 using DJI Fly. An internet connection is required for activation.
DJI Mini 2 contains a flight controller, video downlink system, vision system, propulsion system, and an intelligent Flight Battery.
- Flight Modes
- Flight Status Indicator
DJI Mini 2 has a front LED and aircraft status indicator.
The front LED shows the orientation of the aircraft and pulses white when the aircraft is powered on.
- Quick Transfer
- Vision System and Infrared Sensing System
DJI Mini 2 is equipped with a Downward Vision System and Infrared Sensing System. The Downward Vision System and Infrared Sensing System helps the aircraft maintain its current position, hover in place more precisely and to fly indoors or in other environments where GPS is Unavailable.
- Intelligent Flight Mode
- Flight Recorder
Flight data including flight telemetry, aircraft status information and other parameters are automatically saved to the internal data recorder of the aircraft. They can be accessed using DJI Assistant 2.
There are two types of DJI Mini 2 propellers, which are designed to spin in different directions. Marks are used to indicating which propellers should be attached to which motors. The two blades attached to one motor are the same.
- Intelligent Flight Battery
- Gimbal and Camera
The 3-axis gimbal of DJI Mini 2 provides stabilization for the camera, allowing you to capture clear and stable images and video.
Use the gimbal dial on the remote controller to control the tilt of the camera.
Alternatively, enter the camera view in DJI Fly, Press the screen until a circle appears and drag the circle up and down to control the tilt of the camera.
- Remote Controller Profile
DJI Mini 2 comes equipped with the DJIRC-N1 remote controller which boasts DJI’s long range.
The built-in battery has a capacity of 5200 mah and a maximum run time of 6 hours. The remote controller charges the mobile device with a charging ability of 500mah.
- Using the Remote Controller
- Optimal Transmission Zone
The signal between the aircraft and the remote controller is most reliable when the antennas are positioned in relation to the aircraft as depicted below.
- Linking the Remote Controller
DJI Fly App:
- Camera View
Once pre-flight preparation is complete, it is recommended to hone your flight skills and practice flying safely.
Make sure that all flights are carried out in an open area. Make sure to read the DJI Mini 2 Guidelines to understand the safety measures before flying.
- Flight Environment Requirements
- Flight Limits and GEO Zones
- Pre-flight Checklist
- Auto Take-off and Auto Landing
- Starting/Stopping the Motors
- Flight Test
- Calibrating the Compass
- Upgrading the Firmware
- After-Sales Information
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Jon is a passionate photographer and videographer who has been flying DJI drones for over 5 years. He loves the freedom and creativity that comes with capturing aerial footage and the unique perspective it provides. Jon is always on the lookout for new locations to explore and capture with his DJI drones. His favorite DJI drone is the Mavic 2 Pro, which he uses to capture stunning 4K footage with its Hasselblad camera. Jon is always eager to share his knowledge and experience with other drone enthusiasts and is a member of several online drone communities. When he’s not flying his DJI drone, Jon enjoys hiking, camping, and spending time with his family.