Zenmuse XT2R 336*256 9mm, 30Hz

Zenmuse XT2R 336*256 9mm, 30Hz <br>Radiometric
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SKU: 100019230
Part #: CP.HY.00000088.01
UPC: 190021301306
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DJI Zenmuse XT2R 336×256 9mm, 30Hz Radiometric Thermal Camera and Gimbal

Join the next generation of commercial drone solutions with the XT2. Pairing the FLIR Tau 2 thermal sensor and 4K visual camera with DJI’s leading stabilization and machine intelligence technology, the XT2 quickly transforms aerial data into powerful insights that save time, money – and lives.

  Name:   Zenmuse XT2
  Dimensions:   With 25 mm lens: 123.7×112.6×127.1 mm
  With other lens: 118.02×111.6×125.5 mm
  Thermal Imager:   Uncooled VOx Microbolometer
  FPA/Digital Video Display Formats:   640×512
  Digital Zoom:   640×512: 1x, 2x, 4x, 8x
  336×256: 1x, 2x, 4x
  Pixel Pitch:   17 µm
  Spectral Band:   7.5-13.5 µm
  Full Frame Rates:   30 Hz
  Exportable Frame Rates:   9 Hz
  Sensitivity (NEdT):   Less than 50 mk @ f/1.0
  Scene Range (High Gain):   640×512: -25° to 135°C
  336×256: -25° to 100°C
  Scene Range (Low Gain):   -40° to 550°C
  File Storage:   MicroSD card*
  Photo Format:   JPEG, TIFF, R-JPEG
  Video Format:   8 bit: MOV, MP4
  14 bit: TIFF Sequence, SEQ**
  Sensor:   1/1.7" CMOS
  Effective Pixels:   12 M
  Lens:   Prime lens
  Focus at 8 mm
  FOV 57.12°× 42.44°
  Digital Zoom:   1x, 2x, 4x, 8x
  Photo Formats:   JPEG
  Video Formats:   MOV, MP4
  Video Resolutions:   4K Ultra HD: 3840×2160 29.97p
  FHD: 1920×1080 29.97p
  Working Modes:   Capture, Record, Playback
  Still Photography Modes:   Single Shot
  Burst Shooting(3/5 frames)
  Interval (2/3/4/7/10/15/20/30 sec)
  Video Caption:   Supported
  Anti-flicker:   Auto, 50 Hz, 60 Hz
  Storage:   MicroSD card
  Max capacity: 128 GB. UHS-3 required
  Recommended model: Sandisk Extreme 16/32 GB UHS-3 microSDHC
  Sandisk Extreme 64/128 GB UHS-3 microSDXC
  Supported File System:   FAT 32 (=32GB), exFAT (>32GB)
  Angular Vibration Range:   ±0.01°
  Mount:   Detachable
  Controllable Range:   Tilt: +30° to -90°
  Pan: ±320°
  Mechanical Range:   Tilt: +45° to -130°
  Pan: ±330°
  Roll: -90° to +60°
  Max Controllable Speed:   Tilt: 90°/s
  Pan: 90°/s
  Image Optimization:   Yes
  Digital Detail Enhancement:   Yes
  Polarity Control (Black Hot/ White Hot):   Yes
  Color & Monochrome Palettes (LUT):   Yes
  Thermal Lens Models:   9 mm, 13 mm, 19 mm, 25 mm
  640×512 FoV, iFoV:   N/A, f/1.25 45°×37° 1.308 mr, f/1.25 32°×26° 0.895 mr, f/1.1 25°×20° 0.680 mr
  336×256 FoV, iFoV:   f/1.25 35°×27° 1.889 mr, f/1.25 25°×19° 1.308 mr, f/1.25 17°×13° 0.895 mr, N/A
  Min Focus Distance:   3.2 cm, 7.6 cm, 15.3 cm, 30 cm
  Hyperfocal Distance:   2.1 cm, 4.4 cm, 9.5 cm, N/A
  Hyperfocal Depth of Field:   1.1 cm, 2.2 cm, 4.8 cm, N/A

Notes:The SD card, which is located near the lens, is used to store TIFF Sequence and SEQ infrared RAW video only. The other format footage will be stored in the other SD card.

*It is recommended to use ImageJ to play the TIFF Sequence video and Flir Tools to play SEQ video


1. What drones can the Zenmuse XT2 be mounted on to?
The XT2 can be mounted onto any M200 Series drone as well as the Matrice 600 Pro. Please note that the XT2 will lack certain intelligent features like Heat Track and Quick Track when flown on a Matrice 600 Pro drone.

2. Can the lenses of the Zenmuse XT2 cameras be replaced?
The lenses of the XT2 thermal and visual cameras cannot be replaced, and therefore we recommend consulting with our network of DJI Enterprise resellers to determine which lens best suits your needs before purchasing. The image below shows the relationship between the lens size and field of view:

3. What options do I have when purchasing a Zenmuse XT2 camera?
Currently, DJI offers 12 different models of XT2 cameras that vary with different lens sizes, resolutions and thermal frame rates. Please refer to the below chart for the complete list of models:

4. How does the Zenmuse XT2 store data? Which file formats?
Due to the XT2’s dual sensor design, DJI built in two SD card slots. One stores typical photo and video formats while the other is reserved for thermal video data, which stores the full radiometric data from FLIR’s thermal sensor, enabling a variety of post-processing workflows.

5. How long will the flight time of the M200 Series and M600 Pro drones be when flying the Zenmuse XT2?
The flight time will adjust based on a wide range of environmental factors. To help you estimate your flight times, we have provided reference figures of max flight times when flying in optimal conditions.

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