DJI Zenmuse XT S

Capture detailed thermal imagery using the Zenmuse XT S. Its high thermal sensitivity and resolution enable users across industries such as firefighting, search and rescue, and infrastructure inspection to see beyond their vision and make critical decisions quickly based on accurate insights.

Professional Thermal Imaging Solution

The weather-resistant Zenmuse XT S is your new go-to tool for capturing high-definition thermal imagery in both JPEG (640×512) and R-JPEG (640×512).

Sensitivity (NETD) ≤40 mK
Frame Rate 25 Hz
Pixel Pitch 17 μm
Ingress Protection Rating IP44 LEVEL

Spot Meter

Tap a point to get a real-time reading of the surface temperature, so you can closely monitor the site or any equipment.

Area Measurement

Select an area to view the lowest, highest, and average temperatures.

Intelligent Features

Temp Alarm
Receive instant notifications in DJI Pilot when object temperatures exceed your preset alert values.

Digital Zoom
Capture details from a safe distance with the 2x and 4x digital zoom while maintaining situational overview.

Visualize a specific band of temperatures to find what’s important. Choose from different modes, including Search People, Search Fire or Custom, to identify the target subject quickly and accurately.

Color Palettes
Adjust the colors applied to the thermal data based on the needs of specific scenarios.

Gain Modes
Adjust gain modes to change the temperature range captured: High Gain Mode covers a smaller temperature range but is more sensitive to temperature differences; Low Gain Mode covers a wider temperature range.

R-JPEG Images
Images captured by the XT S are in the R-JPEG format with embedded temperature information. By importing these images into DJI Thermal Analysis Tool, you can measure temperature, and adjust parameters such as Emissivity, and Reflected Temp.

Purpose-built Application


DJI Pilot is a robust flight control app, and has been developed specifically for enterprise-users to unleash the power of their DJI drones. With development made specifically for the XT S, you can enjoy an optimized flight and aerial imaging process.


How many models does the Zenmuse XT S have?
The Zenmuse XT S only has one model.


What is the protection rating of the Zenmuse XT S?
In controlled laboratory environments, the Zenmuse XT S has been tested to meet the IP44 rating under IEC60529 standards. The protection rating is not permanently valid and may decrease due to wear and tear in long-term use.
• Before mounting the gimbal, please ensure the mounting ports and the surface of the gimbal are dry.
• Before use, ensure the gimbal is securely mounted onto the aircraft, and the SD card protection cover is clean, free of any foreign objects, and is securely closed.
• Clean the surface of the aircraft with a dry cloth before opening the SD card cover.


What is the resolution of the photos and videos taken by the Zenmuse XT S?
JPEG/R-JPEG format: 640 x 512
MP4 format: 640 x 512


Which video format does the Zenmuse XT S support?
The Zenmuse XT S supports the MP4 video format with H.264 video encoding, with a resolution of 640 x 512.


Which video standard does the Zenmuse XT S use?
The Zenmuse XT S uses the PAL video standard, with a frame rate of 25Hz and resolution of 640 x 512.


Does the Zenmuse XT S support switching between video standards?
No. It only uses the PAL video standard.


Does the Zenmuse XT S support digital zoom?
Yes. The Zenmuse XT S supports 2x and 4x digital zoom .


Does the Zenmuse XT S support burst shooting?
No. It only supports Single Shot.


Does the Zenmuse XT S support Intervals?
The Zenmuse XT S supports Intervals at 2/3/5/7/10/15/20/30/60 s.


Can the Zenmuse XT S take photos while recording?


What is the capacity of the microSD card that comes with the Zenmuse XT S?
The Zenmuse XT S comes with a 32 GB microSD card.


What is the maximum capacity of the microSD card that the Zenmuse XT S supports?
The maximum capacity of the microSD card that the Zenmuse XT S supports is 64 GB, and a UHS-I Speed Grade 3 rating microSD card is required.


What is the optimal distance range for the Zenmuse XT S to capture images?
The optimal distance range for the Zenmuse XT S to capture images is from 5.5 m to 200 m.


What drones can the Zenmuse XT S be used with?
The Zenmuse XT S can be used with the Matrice 200 Series and Matrice 200 Series V2. Please run the latest firmware update on the aircraft before use.


Where can the Zenmuse XT S be mounted on the Matrice 200 Series/Matrice 200 Series V2?
The Zenmuse XT S can be installed to Gimbal Connector I, Gimbal Connector II, and the Single Upward Gimbal Connector of the Matrice 200 Series/Matrice 200 Series V2. If using the XT S as the only downward gimbal on aircraft models that support dual downward gimbals, please install the Zenmuse XT S to Gimbal Connector I.


Which gimbal connector does the Zenmuse XT S use?
The DJI Gimbal Connector V2.0.


What app do I use to control the Zenmuse XT S?
DJI Pilot for Android.


What software can be used to process the photos in R-JPEG format taken by the Zenmuse XT S?
The photos in R-JPEG format can be processed using DJI Thermal Analysis Tool. (Download here)


What should be paid attention to when using the Zenmuse XT S?
1. Do not aim the camera lens at high-energy power sources, such as the sun, lava, laser beams. The temperatures of observation targets should not exceed 600℃, or it will cause irreversible damages to the camera.
2. Do not place the camera under direct sunlight, in places with poor ventilation, or near heaters.
3. Do not power on or off the camera too frequently, please wait for at least 30 seconds before restarting the camera, or it may affect the service life of camera chips.
4. Do not hot swap the microSD card during use.
5. Do not touch the camera lens or scratch it with hard objects, or it may affect the image quality, or result in blurry images.
6. Please use a soft and dry cloth to clean the surface of the camera lens. Do not use alkaline detergents.


What is the temperature detection accuracy of the Zenmuse XT S? And what factors will affect the temperature detection accuracy?
The temperature detection accuracy is ±2℃ or ±2% (subject to the larger value) when measuring from a distance of 5 meters in laboratory environments without winds and at room temperature of 25℃. Note that this accuracy only applies to a specified object and is for your reference only. Temperature detection accuracies vary according to the emissivity of objects. Temperature detection is so complex that its accuracy is often affected by the environment. Environmental factors that affect temperature detection accuracy include:
(1) Reflectivity of objects – shiny metals with high reflectivity will reflect more of the background radiation and result in lower accuracy, whereas objects with matte surfaces will produce a higher accuracy.
(2) Temperature of background radiation – a sunny day without clouds will have less of an effect on the accuracy than a cloudy day.
(3) Air temperature and humidity – the temperature and humidity have been calibrated during production, but some temperature measurement errors are inevitable. Extreme temperatures or humidity levels will affect the measurement accuracy.
(4) Distance between the camera and the object – the default distance used in calibration is 5 m, and the temperature measurement is most accurate at this distance. As the distance increases or decreases, the accuracy decreases.
(5) Emissivity of objects – the emissivity of the object will affect the temperature measurement accuracy. Generally, accuracy increases proportionally to emissivity. Emissivity is affected by factors such as the material, the roughness or the degree of oxidation of the object’s surface.


How do I upgrade the Zenmuse XT S firmware?
Before upgrading, please ensure the aircraft is powered off, the Zenmuse XT S is securely attached to the aircraft, the microSD card has enough space for storage, and the intelligent flight battery has enough power.
1. Visit official DJI website and enter the Downloads section of the Zenmuse XT S product page.
2. Download the latest firmware package.
3. Store the downloaded firmware package to a microSD card.
4. Insert the microSD card into the microSD card slot on the Zenmuse XT S.
5. Power on the aircraft, and the gimbal will start to perform a self-check, then automatically upgrade the firmware.
6. Please restart all devices after the upgrade completes.Gimbal upgrade status description:
4 short beeps …new firmware detected, ready to upgrade.
1 long beep …upgrading firmware, do not stop the update.
1 long beep followed by 2 short beeps… The firmware update was successful.
Continuous long beep… The firmware update failed, please try to update again. Contact DJI support for help if needed.Notes:
• Please only store one version of firmware in microSD card. Multiple versions of firmwares stored in the microSD card will cause upgrade failure.
• Do not power off the aircraft or remove the Zenmuse XT S from the aircraft during the upgrade, or it may damage the gimbal.


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