Hardware Introduction


DJI produces small, highly capable, remotely controlled aircraft as well as hand held cameras and stabilizers perfect for both consumer and commercial applications. The products are very accessible being easy to use and affordable, and have a quality and feature set unmatched in the industry.


DJI has a range of multi-rotor aircraft that can be automated with the Mobile SDK including the Mavic Air, Mavic Pro, Phantom series, Inspire series, Matrice 200 series, Matrice 100 and Matrice 600.

One of the key features of DJI aircraft is the camera's ability to stay horizontal no matter how the aircraft is flying. The camera is mounted on a gimbal, which actively compensates for any aircraft rotation, producing clear, beautiful images and videos.

There are many DJI aircraft to choose from that provide a range of features, performance, size and price. Specific metrics developers and users should be aware of when they consider an aircraft include:

  • Flight time
  • Size and weight
  • Camera specifications (image quality and movement control)
  • Swappable cameras
  • Obstacle avoidance
  • Customizable payloads
  • Maximum service ceiling
  • Available accessories
  • Remote controller features
  • Price

Handheld Camera

DJI's handheld camera Osmo series allows users to take smooth, professional videos when the user is moving by integrating DJI's aircraft camera stabilization gimbal technology onto an easy to carry handle.

Stand Alone Components

Two components of the aircraft (flight controller, wireless link) can be used on DJI or third party airframes. Some of these components are supported to a limited degree in the DJI Mobile SDK.


DJI aircraft and handheld cameras are compatible with a number of DJI accessories. Some of these accessories are also supported by the DJI Mobile SDK, meaning the mobile device will be able to interact with the accessory to some degree.


Before doing a detailed product comparison it is useful to understand the components of a product and their function.

All products comprise component modules that provide an important feature or function. An introduction to typical components is below with more details in the Component Guide.



Motor mounted propellors provide vertical thrust. The vertical thrust can be adjusted at each motor to allow the aircraft to hover, rotate, ascend, descend or fly horizontally.


DJI aircraft have a large number of sensors including accelerometers, gyroscopes, compasses, barometers, ultrasonic sensors, cameras and satellite positioning systems. These sensors are used to determine the current and predict the future state of the aircraft and the environment around it.

Flight Controller

The Flight Controller is an onboard computer that couples control information from the pilot with sensor information to adjust the thrust at each propellor and fly the aircraft as desired.


The camera can record image and video data locally or transfer it wirelessly to an Android or iOS mobile device. Wireless transfer includes the option of a live video stream from the camera. Camera exposure and settings are highly customizable allowing capture of the perfect shot.


The gimbal holds the camera and can rotate it around three axes. The rotation can be used to both control the direction the camera points, and provide rotational stabilization when the aircraft is not horizontal. The gimbal is mounted on a damped plate, meaning the camera is both stabilized from lateral vibrations and rotational movement.

Vision Obstacle Avoidance & Positioning

Advanced sensors help the aircraft perceive the world around it. Stereo cameras are used to detect obstacles near the product. Downward facing cameras and ultrasonic sensors are used to determine relative ground position providing accurate velocity estimates and stable hover position in GPS denied environments (like indoors).

Smart Battery

Smart batteries provide the energy required to run the system. Together with the flight controller, the smart battery can estimate remaining flight time and provide warnings when low battery thresholds are crossed. Batteries are easily swapped between flights, extending product use considerably.

Remote Controller

The remote controller provides control sticks, buttons, and wheels that give control of the aircraft flight, camera and gimbal. The remote controller maintains a wireless link with the aircraft with some products having up to a 5km range in ideal environments. The Flight Mode Switch on the remote controller can be used to switch between manual and automated flight.


Mobile Device

An Android or iOS device can be connected to the remote controller through either USB or WiFi to give an augmented flight experience showing the live camera feed, and showing aircraft state information. Using the Mobile SDK, the mobile device can also be used to control the aircraft.

Handheld Controller

The handheld controller provides a joystick and buttons for that give control of the camera and gimbal. The handheld controller connects to the mobile device through a WiFi access point inside the handle.


Supported Products

Below is a table listing the aircraft, handheld cameras and stand alone components supported by the DJI Mobile SDK.

Products and Accessories
Category Product Cameras SDK Supported Accessories
Aircraft Mavic 2 Enterprise Fixed
Mavic 2 Pro Fixed
Mavic 2 Zoom Fixed
Mavic Air Fixed
Spark Fixed
Mavic Pro Fixed
Phantom 4 Fixed
Phantom 4 Advanced Fixed
Phantom 4 Professional Fixed
Phantom 4 Professional V2 Fixed
Phantom 3 Professional Fixed
Phantom 3 4K Fixed
Phantom 3 Advanced Fixed
Phantom 3 Standard Fixed
Inspire 1 X3, X5, X5R, XT, Z3 Focus*
Inspire 2 X4S, X5S, X7 CineSSD, Focus*
Matrice 100 X3, X5, X5R, XT, Z3, Z30 N1 Video Encoder, Focus*
Matrice 200 X4S, X5S, XT, XT2, Z30 Focus
Matrice 210 X4S, X5S, XT, XT2, Z30 Focus
Matrice 210 RTK X4S, X5S, XT, XT2, Z30 Focus
Matrice 600 X3, X5, X5R, XT, Z3, Z30 DRTK, Ronin MX, Focus*
Matrice 600 Pro X3, X5, X5R, XT, XT2, Z3, Z30 DRTK, Ronin MX, Focus*
Handheld Device Osmo X3, X5, X5R, Z3
Osmo Pro Fixed
Osmo Mobile
Osmo Mobile 2
Components Lightbridge 2 with A2
Lightbridge 2 with A3 X3, X5, X5R, XT, Z3, Z30 DRTK, Ronin MX, Focus*
Lightbridge 2 with N3 X3, X5, X5R, XT, Z3, Z30 DRTK, Ronin MX, Focus*

Note: DJI Focus is only compatible with DJI cameras.

Detailed specifications are listed on each product's webpage specs section at www.dji.com.

Product Comparison

Aircraft Comparison

Some defining product features that distinguish aircraft series are:

Phantom and Mavic Pro

  • Small and portable
  • Easy to use
  • Phantom 4 and Mavic Pro includes:
    • Built in obstacle avoidance
    • Advanced vision features like being able to track a moving target selected by the user.
    • A sport flight mode for a more dynamic flying experience
  • Mavic Pro also:
    • Can either be controlled with a remote controller, or directly from a mobile device.
    • Has a small and portable remote controller.


  • Ultra-small, lowest cost
  • Easiest to use
  • Gesture controls
  • Built in obstacle avoidance
  • Can either be controlled with a remote controller, or directly from a mobile device
  • Doesn't support waypoint missions
  • Supports 1080p resolution (other products support up to 4K)


  • Swappable cameras
  • Cameras with larger sensors, aperture and focus control
  • Thermal camera available
  • Gimbal can rotate camera completely through the horizontal (640°)
  • Landing gear can raise out of the camera's field of view InspireRaised
  • Remote controller has embedded GPS
  • Inspire 2 also:
    • Optional onboard SSD storage
    • Optional Remote Controller GPS Accessory
    • Upward facing obstacle avoidance
    • Additional in first person view (FPV) camera


  • Industrial and developer platform

  • Highly customizable, with up to 6 kg payloads supported

  • Payloads can communicate with the flight controller directly through a serial port and the DJI Onboard SDK

  • Mechanical mounting features

  • Can use same cameras as Inspire series

  • Additional accessories including

    • DRTK - cm precision positioning
    • Guidance - 5 direction stereo camera and ultrasonic sensor module
    • Ronin MX - Gimbal that can support custom payloads up to 4.5 kg

Aircraft comparison can be difficult due to the large selection of products, features and functionality. Three summarized aircraft comparison tables are below to introduce the differences in aircraft and features.

Aircraft Comparison: Aircraft


Max Flight Time

Max Speed

Max Ascent Speed

Max Descent Speed

Max Service Ceiling



Max dimension
Without propellors

Inspire 1182254450042935

With X3 Camera

Inspire 1 Pro/Raw151854450043396

With X5 Camera

Inspire 22726692500

5000 with special propellors


With 2x batteries, X4S Camera

Matrice 10016-40*1854450042355

With TB47 Battery

Matrice 20013-38*2353300043800

With 2x TB50 batteries

Matrice 21013-38*2353300043800

With 2x TB50 batteries

Matrice 210 RTK13-38*2353300043800

With 2x TB50 batteries

Matrice 60018-40*1853250069100

With 6x TB47 Batteries

Matrice 600 Professional18-40*1853250069500

With 6x TB47S Batteries

Mavic Air21194350004430

With gimbal cover

Mavic Pro27185350004743

With gimbal cover

Mavic 2 Pro31205360004907

With gimbal cover

Mavic 2 Zoom31205360004905

With gimbal cover

Mavic 2 Enterprise31205360004905

With gimbal cover

Phantom 3 4K251653600041280350
Phantom 3 Advanced231653600041280350
Phantom 3 Professional231653600041280350
Phantom 3 Standard251653600041216350
Phantom 4282064600041380350
Phantom 4 Advanced302064600041368350
Phantom 4 Professional302064600041388350
Phantom 4 Professional V2302064600041375350


  1. See Payload & Flight Time table for more information
  2. Difference between Inspire vs Inspire Pro:
  • Inspire 1 Pro has more powerful propulsion making it able to lift heavier loads
  • Inspire 1 Pro comes with a gimbal mounting bracket able to support the X5 and X5R
  • Inspire 1 Pro comes with the X5 as default configuration
Aircraft Comparison: Features



FPV Camera

Wireless Range



Landing Gear

Custom Payload

Compatible Accessories

Inspire 1X3, Z3, XT-5 / 3.111Moveable-Focus
Inspire 1 Pro/RawX3, Z3, XT, X5, X5R-5 / 3.111Moveable--
Inspire 2X4S, X5S, X7Yes7 / 3.521Moveable-Focus, CineSSD
Matrice 100X3, Z3, X5, X5R, XT, Z30-5 / 3.11-21Fixed1000Guidance, Manifold, Focus
Matrice 200X4S, X5S, Z30, XT, XT2Yes7 / 3.521Fixed1601-2340

Battery Dependant

Matrice 210X4S, X5S, Z30, XT, XT2Yes7 / 3.522Fixed1601-2340

Battery Dependant

Matrice 210 RTKX4S, X5S, Z30, XT, XT2Yes7 / 3.522Fixed1601-2340

Battery Dependant

Matrice 600X3, Z3, X5, X5R, XT, Custom with Ronin MX-5 / 3.161Moveable6000Manifold, DRTK, Ronin MX
Matrice 600 ProfessionalX3, Z3, X5, X5R, XT, XT2, Custom with Ronin MX, Z30-5 / 3.161Moveable6000Manifold, DRTK, Ronin MX
Mavic AirFixed-7 / 411Fixed--
Mavic ProFixed-7 / 411Fixed--
Mavic 2 ProFixed-8 / 411Fixed--
Mavic 2 ZoomFixed-8 / 411Fixed--
Mavic 2 EnterpriseFixed-8 / 411Fixed-M2E SPOTLIGHT, M2E BEACON, M2E SPEAKER
Phantom 3 4KFixed-1.2 / 0.511Fixed--
Phantom 3 AdvancedFixed-5 / 3.111Fixed--
Phantom 3 ProfessionalFixed-1 / 0.511Fixed--
Phantom 3 StandardFixed-1 / 0.511Fixed--
Phantom 4Fixed-5 / 3.111Fixed--
Phantom 4 AdvancedFixed-7 / 3.511Fixed--
Phantom 4 ProfessionalFixed-7 / 3.511Fixed--
Phantom 4 Professional v2Fixed-7 / 3.511Fixed--
SparkFixed-2 / 0.5

0.1 without RC

Aircraft Comparison: Vision System and Missions


Obstacle Avoidance

Infrared Sensing

Vision Positioning



Follow Me


Tap Fly

Inspire 1--YesYesYesYes--
Inspire 1 Pro/Raw--YesYesYesYes--
Inspire 2Front




Matrice 100With Guidance-With GuidanceYesYesYes--
Matrice 200Front




Matrice 210Front




Matrice 210 RTKFront




Matrice 600---YesYesYes--
Matrice 600 Professional---YesYesYes--
Mavic AirFront, Rear, Bottom

0.5-12m, 0.5-10m, 0.1-8m


0.1-8 m

Mavic ProFront


Mavic 2 ProFront, Rear, Bottom, Sides

0.5-20m, 0.5-16m, 0.5-11m, 0.5-10m

Up, Bottom

0.1-8m, 0.5-11m

Mavic 2 ZoomFront, Rear, Bottom, Sides

0.5-20m, 0.5-16m, 0.5-11m, 0.5-10m

Up, Bottom

0.1-8m, 0.5-11m

Mavic 2 EnterpriseFront, Rear, Bottom, Sides

0.5-20m, 0.5-16m, 0.5-11m, 0.5-10m

Up, Bottom

0.1-8m, 0.5-11m

Phantom 3 4K--YesYesYesYes--
Phantom 3 Advanced--YesYesYesYes--
Phantom 3 Professional--YesYesYesYes--
Phantom 3 Standard---YesYesYes--
Phantom 4Front


Phantom 4 AdvancedFront, Bottom

0.7-30 m

Phantom 4 ProfessionalFront, Rear, Bottom

0.7-30 m

Left, Right

0.2-7 m

Phantom 4 Professional V2Front, Rear, Bottom

0.7-30 m

Left, Right

0.2-7 m




Note: For mission descriptions, see Missions in Guides.

Flight Time

Product flight time is determined by total aircraft mass and the available stored (battery) energy on the aircraft. The available energy is determined by the number of batteries, the battery energy density and the maximum mass the propulsion system can support.

Battery Energy Density

DJI provides two series of batteries for the Inspire and Matrice product lines. The TB47 series is the default 99 Wh battery that comes with all aircraft. The TB48 series is a 130 Wh battery. While the TB48 battery has a 10-15% higher energy density, it is less practical as batteries >100 Wh often have transport restrictions.

Using a battery with a higher energy density will always translate to longer flight time if all else is kept constant. However, as the TB48 battery is a little heavier than the TB47 battery, it is important to remember that its use will restrict the maximum custom payload. This is particularly noticeable on the Matrice series of products when using more than one battery.

Using More Batteries

Increasing the number of batteries on a product will:

  • Increase the available energy for flight (increasing flight time)
  • Increase the aircraft mass and therefore:
    • Decrease flight time
    • Decrease the allowable additional payload

Flight Time Comparison

To help understand the potential functionality and flight time of different aircraft configurations, a detailed summary of payload and flight times is below:

Payload & Flight Time
Product Camera Battery Configuration Aircraft Mass Battery Mass Camera Mass Payload Take-off Mass Max Flight Time (Approx.)







Inspire 1

Max Take-off Mass: 3000g
Compatible with XT, X3

X3 TB47 2118 570 247 0 2935 18
X3 TB48 2118 670 247 0 3035 21
XT TB48 2118 670 270 0 3058 21
Inspire 1 Pro/Raw

Max Take-off Mass: 3500g
Compatible with XT, X3, X5, X5R

X5 TB47 2300 570 526 0 3396 15
X5 TB48 2300 670 526 0 3496 18
X5R TB48 2300 670 583 0 3553 18
XT TB48 2300 670 270 0 3240 20
Matrice 100

Max Take-off Mass: 3600g
Compatible with XT, X3, X5, X5R, Guidance, Manifold

- TB47D 1755 600 0 0 2355 22
- TB47D 1755 600 0 500 2855 17
- TB47D 1755 600 0 1000 3355 13
- TB48D 1755 676 0 0 2431 28
- TB48D 1755 676 0 500 2931 20
- TB48D 1755 676 0 1000 3431 16
- 2x TB47D 1915 1200 0 0 3115 33
- 2x TB48D 1915 1352 0 0 3267 40
X3 TB47D 1755 600 247 0 2602 19
X3 TB48D 1755 676 247 0 2678 23
X3 2x TB48D 1915 1352 247 0 3514 33
Matrice 200

Max Take-off Mass: 6140g
Compatible with XT, X4S, X5S, Z3

- 2x TB50 2760 1040 0 0 3800 27
- 2x TB50 2760 2040 0 2340 6140 13
- 2x TB55 2760 1770 0 0 4530 38
- 2x TB55 2760 1770 0 1610 6140 24
Matrice 600

Max Take-off Mass: 15100g
Compatible with XT, X3, X5, X5R, Guidance, Ronin MX, DRTK, Manifold

- 6x TB47S 5530 3570 0 0 9100 35
- 6x TB47S 5530 3570 0 6000 15100 16
- 6x TB48S 5530 4080 0 0 9610 40
- 6x TB48S 5530 4080 0 5500 15110 18


DJI provides several camera configurations. For the Phantom and Mavic lines of products, the cameras are fixed to the product. For the Inspire and Matrice lines of products, cameras can be interchanged (Zenmuse X3, X5, X5R, Z3, XT, Z30, X4S, X5S) however not all cameras are compatible with all Inspire and Matrice aircraft. The Products and Accessories table at the top of the page details the combinations of camera and aircraft compatibility.

The Zenmuse XT is a thermal camera. It's specifications are difficult to compare directly to other cameras, however it is included in the comparison for it's mass for payload calculation. More details on the specifications of the Zenmuse XT can be found here .

Camera Comparison: Sensor


Sensor Size

Image Pixels

Max Video Resolution


Mechanical Shutter

Shutter Speed

Mavic Air1/2.3"124K100-3200-8-1/8000
Mavic Pro1/2.3"124K100-1600-8-1/8000
Mavic 2 Pro1"204K100-12800-8-1/8000
Mavic 2 Zoom1/2.3"124K100-3200-8-1/8000
Mavic 2 Enterprise1/2.3"124K100-3200-8-1/8000
Osmo +1/2.3"124K100-1600-8-1/8000
Phantom 3 4K1/2.3"124K100-1600-8-1/8000
Phantom 3 Advanced1/2.3"122.7K100-1600-8-1/8000
Phantom 3 Professional1/2.3"124K100-1600-8-1/8000
Phantom 3 Standard1/2.3"122.7K100-1600-8-1/8000
Phantom 41/2.3"124K100-1600-8-1/8000
Phantom 4 Advanced1"204K100-12800YesMechanical 8-1/2000
Electronic 1/2000-1/8000
Phantom 4 Professional1"204K100-12800YesMechanical 8-1/2000
Electronic 1/2000-1/8000
Phantom 4 Professional V21"204K100-12800YesMechanical 8-1/2000
Electronic 1/2000-1/8000

1920 x 1080

Zenmuse X31/2.3"124K100-1600-8-1/8000
Zenmuse X4S1"204K100-12800YesMechanical 8-1/2000
Electronic 1/2000-1/8000
Zenmuse X54/3"164K100-25600-8-1/8000
Zenmuse X5R4/3"164K100-25600-8-1/8000
Zenmuse X5S4/3"20.85.2K100-25600-8-1/8000
Zenmuse X7APS-C245.2K100-256008-1/10008-1/8000
Zenmuse XTNA0.32

Depending on Model

640 x 512

Depending on Model

Zenmuse XT 21/1.7"

Visual Camera


Visual Camera


Visual Camera

Zenmuse Z31/2.3"124K100-1600-8-1/8000
Zenmuse Z301/2.3"2.131080p1600-1-1/6000
Camera Comparison: Lens


Swappable Lens


Focal Length



Mavic 2 Pro-7735f/2.8–f/111 - ∞
Mavic 2 Zoom-8324-48mm f/2.8(24mm)–f/3.8(48mm)0.5 - ∞
Mavic 2 Enterprise-82.624-48mm f/2.8(24mm)–f/3.8(48mm)0.5 - ∞
Mavic Air-8535f/2.80.5 - ∞
Mavic Pro-78.828f/2.20.5 - ∞
Osmo +-92-3522-77f/2.8 - f/5.20.5 - ∞
Phantom 3 4K-9420f/2.8
Phantom 3 Advanced-9420f/2.8
Phantom 3 Professional-9420f/2.8
Phantom 3 Standard-9420f/2.8
Phantom 4-9420f/2.8
Phantom 4 Advanced-8424f/2.8 - f/111 - ∞
Phantom 4 Professional-8424f/2.8 - f/111 - ∞
Phantom 4 Professional V2-8424f/2.8 - f/111 - ∞
Spark-81.925f/2.62 - ∞
Zenmuse X3-9420f/2.8
Zenmuse X4S-8424f/2.8-f/111-∞
Zenmuse X5Yes72

Standard Lens


Standard Lens

f/1.7 - f/16

Standard Lens

0.2 - ∞
Zenmuse X5RYes72

Standard Lens


Standard Lens

f/1.7 - f/16

Standard Lens

0.2 - ∞
Zenmuse X5SYes72

Standard Lens


Standard Lens

f/1.7 - f/16

Standard Lens

0.2 - ∞
Zenmuse X7Yes54

DL 24mm F2.8 LS ASPH


DL 24mm F2.8 LS ASPH


DL 24mm F2.8 LS ASPH

0.2 - ∞
Zenmuse XT-13-90

Depending on Lens

NAf/1.25 - f/1.4

Fixed - Value Depends on Lens

Zenmuse XT 2-13-90

Depending on Lens

NAf/1.25 - f/1.4

Fixed - Value Depends on Lens

Zenmuse Z3-92-3522-77f/2.8 - f/5.20.5 - ∞
Zenmuse Z30-63.7-2.322-77f/1.6 (Wide) - f/4.7 (Tele)0.1 - ∞ (Wide)
1.2 to ∞ (Tele)
Camera Comparison: Gimbal, Media and Mass


Controllable Gimbal Pan


Controllable Gimbal Tilt

Storage Media

With Gimbal

Mavic 2 Pro+/-75roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD and Internal Storage on aircraft-
Mavic 2 Zoom+/-75roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD and Internal Storage on aircraft-
Mavic 2 Enterprise+/-75roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD and Internal Storage on aircraft-
Mavic Air-roll, pitch, yaw-100 to 22Micro SD and Internal Storage on aircraft-
Mavic Pro-roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD-
Osmo ++/- 320roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD262
Phantom 3 4K-roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD-
Phantom 3 Advanced-roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD-
Phantom 3 Professional-roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD-
Phantom 3 Standard-roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD-
Phantom 4+/- 15roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD-
Phantom 4 Advanced+/- 15roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD-
Phantom 4 Professional+/- 15roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD-
Phantom 4 Professional V2+/- 15roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD-
Spark-roll, pitch-85 to 0Micro SD-
Zenmuse X3+/- 320roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD247
Zenmuse X4S+/- 320roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30CineSSD and SD on aircraft253
Zenmuse X5+/- 320roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD526
Zenmuse X5R+/- 320roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD, SSD583
Zenmuse X5S+/- 320roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30CineSSD and SD on aircraft461
Zenmuse X7+/- 300roll, pitch, yaw-125 to 40CineSSD and SD on aircraft628

DL 24mm F2.8 LS ASPH

Zenmuse XT+/- 320roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD270
Zenmuse XT 2+/- 320roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD-
Zenmuse Z3+/- 320roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD262
Zenmuse Z30+/- 320roll, pitch, yaw-90 to 30Micro SD556

Remote Controller

Remote controllers will differ in:

  • How they connect to a mobile device
  • What wireless technology they use to connect with the aircraft
  • Whether they have GPS built-in
  • If they can output secondary video
  • If they can be used in a dual configuration (one flys the aircraft while the other controls the gimbal and camera)

Remote Controllers that use WiFi to connect to the mobile device will act as a WiFi access point and will need to be joined.

Remote Controller Comparison


Remote Controller

Connectivity to Mobile Device

Connectivity to Aircraft

Supports Dual RC

Built-in GPS

Secondary Video Output

Flight Mode Switch
To use SDK

Inspire 1RequiredUSBLightbridgeYesYesMini HDMIF
Inspire 1 Pro/RawRequiredUSBLightbridgeYesYesMini HDMIF
Inspire 2RequiredUSBLightbridgeYes-Mini HDMIP
Matrice 100RequiredUSBLightbridgeYesYesMini HDMIF
Matrice 200RequiredUSBLightbridgeYes-Mini HDMIP
Matrice 210RequiredUSBLightbridgeYes-Mini HDMIP
Matrice 210 RTKRequiredUSBLightbridgeYes-Mini HDMIP
Matrice 600RequiredUSBLightbridgeYesYesMini HDMI, SDIAny
Matrice 600 ProfessionalRequiredUSBLightbridgeYesYesMini HDMI, SDIAny
Mavic 2 ProRequiredUSBOcuSync 2---P
Mavic 2 ZoomRequiredUSBOcuSync 2---P
Mavic 2 EnterpriseRequiredUSBOcuSync 2---P
Mavic ProOptionalUSBOcuSync---P
Mavic AirOptionalUSBWiFi---P
Phantom 3 4KRequiredWiFiWiFi, Aux---F
Phantom 3 AdvancedRequiredUSBLightbridge---F
Phantom 3 ProfessionalRequiredUSBLightbridge---F
Phantom 3 StandardRequiredWiFiWiFi, Aux---F
Phantom 4RequiredUSBLightbridge---P
Phantom 4 AdvancedRequiredUSBLightbridge---P
Phantom 4 ProfessionalRequiredUSBLightbridge---P
Phantom 4 Professional V2RequiredUSBLightbridge---P