M200 series Video Verification Standards - Basic Shield Activation (after 48 hours)

M200 series Video Verification Standards - Basic Shield Activation (after 48 hours)

Before shooting the video, please pay attention to the instructions below.


-          Show the aircraft, remote controller, and app in the same shot. 

-          Please shoot the video in a bright and outdoor area.

-          Please ensure the video is clear and focused. 

-          DO NOT edit your video. 


Matrice 200 Series Video Verification Standard


  1. Capture the aircraft’s serial number (rear of the battery compartment). Make sure the number is clearly visible. The serial number should not be altered. 
  2. Assemble the gimbal; you can choose from the X4S/X5S/Z30/XT. If you are shooting a Matrice 210 or Matrice 210 RTK verification video, please assemble cameras on both gimbal 1 and gimbal 2. 
  3. Turn on the remote controller and aircraft. 
  4. Launch DJI Pilot, open the “Aircraft Status List” and scroll down all the way to the bottom. Make sure there are no errors reported. 
  5. Check the aircraft’s firmware version (it must be the latest version). The user can check the release record on the official DJI website to see the latest firmware version. 
  6. After making sure the gimbal can complete the self-inspection, switch the left dial on the remote controller to make sure the gimbal tilt axis can be adjusted. 
  7. Enter the image transmission interface and confirm the image transmission is normal. Capture a photo or a video (the parameters do not need to be changed). 
  8. Start the motors (no need to install the propellers or fly). Toggle any sticks to make sure the motors’ speed is controllable then stop the motors. 
  9. Switch off the remote controller and the aircraft and stop recording. 


For Matrice 210 RTK Only: (Newly Added Terms Based on Matrice 200 Standard)


  1. Place the Matrice 210 RTK and its remote controller in an outdoor space. Make sure the devices are not obstructed by the environment. 
  2. Power on the aircraft, remote controller, and ground station. 
  3. Press the link buttons on the Datalink Air System and Ground System to link the two systems. Capture the Datalink’s LED flashing, make sure the linking is normal. 
  4. Capture the Matrice 210 RTK’s rear LEDs flashing and the LED’s flashing on RTK Ground System. Make sure the RTK signal is normal. 
  5. Launch DJI Pilot, click the satellite signal icon and check the RTK satellite status. 








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