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DJI Zenmuse XTR 640 (Radiometric)

The DJI Zenmuse XT is the most highly-integrated thermal imaging solution for commercial drones, created by FLIR and DJI. This infrared drone camera has been specifically designed for either the DJI Inspire, DJI Matrice 600 or the new DJI Matrice 200 series, featuring optional radiometric functionality and a choice of resolutions. The DJI Zenmuse XT features:

  • Resolution of 640 x 512 (327,680)
  • Thermal sensitivity of 50mk
  • Accuracy of +/- 5°C
  • Temperature range of -25°C to 135°C / -40°C to 550°C
  • Weight of 270g
  • Fully radiometric


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Product Description

The infrared camera on the DJI Zenmuse XT has been developed by FLIR, one of the leading manufacturers of infrared cameras, providing high-sensitivity (50mK) thermal images with smooth, clear imagery and seamless rotational movement. The DJI Zenmuse XT comes in both a radiometric and non-radiometric model, with the former offering accurate temperature data for post-processing and analysis.

This infrared drone camera has made aerial thermal imaging even easier, with 360º gimbal control and full control over camera features such as zoom, spot metering, shooting modes, palettes and automatic gain correction all with the included DJI GO app and the new iOS XT Pro app

Tech Specs

IR Resolution: 640 x 512 (327,680)
Img. Capture: Fully Radiometric
Frame Rate: 30Hz / 9Hz
Temperature Range: -25°C to 135°C / -40°C to 550°C
Detector Array: UFPA (VOx)
Pixel Pitch: 17µm
Spectral Band: 7.5 – 13.5µm
Accuracy: +/- 5°C
File Storage: Micro SD Card
Digital Zoom: 2x, 4x, 8x

Which model is for me?

The difference between the radiometric and non-radiometric models of the DJI Zenmuse XT is their ability to capture temperature data. The non-radiometric model is ideal for recognising body heat and serves as a low-cost solution for centralised spot temperature measurement on-screen. The radiometric model is designed for commercial/industrial use, allowing operators to accurately distinguish the temperature difference between hot and cold areas and analyse a thermal image during post-processing.


336 x 256 – Lower price, good level of detail for general applications.
640 x 512 – Higher price, much greater level of detail at both long range and on smaller objects.

Frame Rate

9Hz – Smaller video data files but of a choppier quality.
30Hz – Larger video data files with a smooth quality.

Lens Size
6.8mm – Super wide angle lens ideal for capturing a large scene.
13mm – A middle ground between the 6.8mm and 19mm lenses.
19mm – Most efficient and optimal for IR image quality and suffers the least distortion.

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