DJI Mini 2 SE: New Firmware Enhances Compliance and Performance

A Step Forward in Drone Technology and Regulation Compliance

DJI, the leading tech giant in the , has rolled out an essential firmware update for its budget-friendly, travel-friendly drone, the Mini 2 SE. This update marks a significant step not only in but also in aligning with new regulatory measures, particularly in .


Firmware Update – What's New and Why It Matters

The latest update, released on January 25, 2024, brings the Mini 2 SE aircraft firmware to version 01.00.0410, a substantial leap from the previous 01.00.0360 version. Concurrently, the RC-N1 remote controller firmware has been upgraded to v04.11.0400. For the update to function seamlessly, users must also update their to v1.12.8 or later. This is the first update for the Mini 2 SE since March of the previous year, highlighting its significance.

Firmware updates are often seen as mere performance enhancers or bug fixers. However, this particular update plays a crucial role in helping drone owners in China adhere to new drone regulations implemented in 2024. These regulations, aiming to mitigate security risks associated with drones and bolster the framework for UAVs, necessitate that drone owners use real names for registration with the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). This move aligns with global trends of tightening drone regulations for enhanced safety and accountability.

Furthermore, the update addresses several known issues with the aircraft, ensuring improved performance and reliability for users. The Mini 2 SE, known for its affordability and beginner-friendly features, is capable of shooting 2.7K/30fps videos and capturing 12 MP stills, making it an ideal choice for amateur drone enthusiasts.

Embracing the New Era of Drone Technology

With these updates, DJI not only enhances the user experience but also ensures compliance with evolving global standards in drone operation. The new firmware underlines DJI's commitment to user safety, regulatory adherence, and technological advancement. For Mini 2 SE owners, especially in China, this update is a vital step in ensuring their drone flying experiences are not only enjoyable but also in line with legal expectations. DJI continues to pave the way in the drone industry, balancing innovation with responsibility.

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Haye Kesteloo
Haye Kesteloo

Haye Kesteloo is the Editor in Chief and Founder of, where he covers all drone-related news, DJI rumors and writes drone reviews, and, for all news related to electric vehicles. He is also a co-host of the PiXL Drone Show on YouTube and other podcast platforms. Haye can be reached at haye @ or @hayekesteloo.

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