DJI has released a firmware update for its new wireless microphone system DJI Mic. The firmware v02.00.72.80 brings some practical improvements, such as new setting options for the transmitter and some changed default settings, and also fixes some bugs.
What&s new with the DJI Mic firmware update v02.00.72.80.
- Additional receiver setting options such as REC Stop Lock, Auto Record and LED Brightness.
- REC Stop Lock is turned off by default. When REC Stop Lock is turned on, the user cannot stop recording when pressing the REC button to prevent accidental recording cancellation
- Automatic recording is turned off by default. When auto recording is enabled, the transmitter will automatically start internal recording when powered on.
- LED Brightness allows the user to adjust the brightness of the transmitter&s LEDs.
When the firmware is updated, the DJI Mic settings will be reset to the default settings. If the firmware update fails, the transmitter and the receiver should be rebooted and a new update attempt should be made.
DJI Mic is a 2-channel mobile wireless microphone system consisting of a 2-channel receiver and two 30g lightweight transmitters with integrated omnidirectional mono microphones, which can be used at a distance of up to around 250 meters. The audio from the two transmitters, which communicate with the receiver via 2.4 GHz frequency band, can also be recorded in high quality on their 8 GB internal memory (which is equivalent to about 14 hours of recording).
The DJI Mic receiver has USB-C, Lightning, and TRS ports (some via included adapters), so it can be used in conjunction with smartphones, cameras, and laptops. The receiver&s touchscreen display can be used to make changes to input/output settings and check levels and battery status.