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Wearable and Portable Microphones
- For a truly wireless experience, conveniently attach a transmitter to whatever you’re wearing via the integrated back clip (or by using the clip magnets) without having to wire yourself or your talent.
- You can also hold the transmitter in your hand and use it as a handheld microphone. Use the transmitter as a lavalier mic (no need for a separate mic), or operate it as a traditional bodypack transmitter by plugging an external lav mic (available separately).
- The internal mic features an omnidirectional pickup pattern that ensures reliable speech capture, even if mic placement is less than ideal; your subject’s voice is captured with clarity, intelligibility, and consistency.
- Weighing approximately 1 oz, the miniature transmitter is comfortable to wear, easy to position, and easy to conceal on camera.
- Two furry windscreens are provided to effectively suppress wind noise while still recording clear sound.
High-Quality Audio with Flexibility for Post-Production
- DJI Mic allows you to record high-fidelity, professional audio by accurately reproducing tone across a wide frequency range.
- The microphones can be combined and recorded in mono or recorded separately with one person on the left and the other person on the right, allowing you to isolate each person’s dialog and adjust each level individually later in post.
- To ensure that you are capturing a clean signal you can monitor your sound via the receiver’s 3.5mm headphone output while recording
- The Safety Track mode enables you to record a secondary audio track (in mono) as a backup with a lower volume of -6 dB (different from the main audio track), helping to safeguard your audio in case of unforeseen level spikes.
Built-In Recorders and Safety Track
- Both transmitters have onboard recording capability with 8GB of storage for up to 14 hours of backup recording. This allows you to record audio directly to each transmitter as a backup in case of wireless interference and dropouts. You can also use the transmitters as standalone recorders.
- Files are in 48 kHz/24-bit mono WAV format and can be transferred to your computer via the USB Type-C cable.
Reliable and Secure Wireless with Encryption
- The DJI Mic is capable of recording crisp audio at distances of up to 820′ using DJI’s encryption technology for secure communications.
- The optimized wireless transmission system ensures a stable and reliable stream of audio, even in busy areas such as train stations, shopping malls, and offices.
- The system avoids interference from TV and radio waves by operating in the 2.4 GHz frequency band, which occupies frequencies beyond those of television, radio transmissions, and UHF wireless microphone systems.
Easy to Operate with Built-In Touchscreen
- The receiver’s touchscreen interface makes it easy to configure the system.
- You can view and adjust gain levels between -12 and +12 dB to find the perfect setting for your surroundings. Battery life, recording status, and wireless signal strength are also displayed.
- The touchscreen can be used to remotely mute a transmitter’s microphone, start or stop recording, adjust headphone volume, and switch between stereo, mono, or -6db safety track.
Get a Full Day of Audio Recording
- The ultra-portable charging case is the perfect home for DJI Mic. With it, you can charge the transmitters and receiver, conveniently store components, and fast-pair the system right out of the case.
- Enjoy 5.5 hours of battery life from the transmitters, 5 hours from the receiver, and up to 15 hours with the charging case.
- Different devices mean different input adapters, and DJI Mic covers them all.
- If you want to use the DJI Mic with a smartphone, just insert either the Lightning or USB Type-C adapter into the expansion port at the bottom of the receiver and connect it to your phone and start shooting.
- The receiver can be mounted on the hot shoe of a DSLR/mirrorless camera via the included hot-shoe adapter. Use the 3.5mm TRS cable to connect the camera’s 3.5mm mic connector to the receiver’s 3.5mm audio-output connector and start filming on your camera.