In the Box
DJI Mic Receiver
DJI Mic Transmitter
DJI Mic Charging Case
DJI Mic Camera Audio Cable (3.5mm TRS)
DJI Mic Mobile Phone Adapter (Type-C)
DJI Mic Mobile Phone Adapter (Lightning)
DJI Mic Windscreen
DJI Mic Clip Magnet
DJI Mic Carrying Pouch
DJI Mic Hot Shoe Adapter
Take a Closer Look
Exceptional Dual-Channel Recording
Simultaneously record high-fidelity audio via two transmitters. DJI Mic can serve as an independent recording device and as a backup soundtrack recorder.
Long-Range Wireless Transmission
DJI Mic supports a low-latency wireless transmission at up to 250 m.  Conveniently record audio without interruptions, even in complex environments.
Compact, Portable & Easy to Wear
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.
Record for Up to 15 Hours
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.
Let’s Answer Your Questions
What can I use DJI Mic with?
You can use DJI Mic with cameras, smartphones (only Lightning & USB-C ports are supported), computers, DJI Action 2, DJI OM 5, etc.
Do I need to activate DJI Mic?
DJI Mic is ready to use without activation. Get registered on the official DJI website and you can get a one-year warranty extension.
What’s the difference between Mono and Stereo?
DJI Mic 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.
What’s the maximum reception distance of the DJI Mic receiver?
250 meters in open environments free of interference.
How long does it take to fully charge the transmitters and receiver using the Charging Case? How long does it take to fully charge the Charging Case?
At room temperature, it takes about 1 hour and 10 minutes to fully charge the transmitters and receiver using the Charging Case. It takes about 2 hours and 40 minutes to fully charge the Charging Case.
Are the Clip Magnets reusable?
Where can I mount DJI Mic transmitters?
It is recommended to use the Back Clip to attach DJI Mic to locations such as a shirt collar, or it can be used with the Clip Magnets.
Note: If you need to put the transmitters on any flat surface, use the Clip Magnets to make them stand upright.
How do I link the transmitters with the receiver?
DJI Mic transmitters and receiver are already linked by default. If you need to link them again, you can do so in the following ways:
Method 1: Put the transmitters and receiver into the Charging Case and they will link automatically.
Method 2: Turn on the receiver and transmitters. Scroll down on the screen of the receiver to enter the control center page. Slide to the left and click “Settings” to enter the settings page. Slide to the left again and click “Link” to enter linking mode. Then, press and hold the link button on the side of the transmitters until the green light on the top left corner flashes and wait for the linking to finish. When the linking indicators of the transmitters turn solid green, it means linking is successful.
To end linking, click “Stop Linking.”
Do the transmitters support standalone recording? If yes, what is the max recording time?
Yes. DJI Mic transmitters support standalone recording. Press the recording button on the side of the transmitters. A solid red light indicates that recording has started. When fully charged, it can record for up to 5.5 hours. With a constant power supply, it can record up to 14 hours of 24-bit lossless audio.
Note: Audio will be saved as one file for every 30 minutes during standalone recording. When internal storage space runs out, new audio will replace the earliest ones, and new files will also be saved every 30 minutes.
What is the internal storage of DJI Mic transmitters? Do the transmitters support external SD cards for storage?
DJI Mic transmitters have built-in 8GB storage and do not support external storage.
How do I connect the DJI Mic Receiver with my smartphone, camera, or computer?
To connect 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.
1. Tested in an obstruction-free outdoor environment.
2. Tested with two transmitters connected to the receiver, without backup recording, and the receiver connected to a camera.