Below are some questions and answers that you may find helpful as you consider purchasing a DJI CrystalSky monitor. Please feel free to contact us if you have additional questions.
The brightness of the High Brightness version is 1000cd/m2 while the Ultra Brightness version reaches 2000cd/m2.
The maximum brightness on most smart devices is often between 500 cd/m2 and 705cd/m2. The High Brightness CrystalSky monitor and Ultra Brightness monitors reach 1000cd/m2 and 2000cd/m2, respectively, ensuring comfortable viewing under bright light outdoors.
They can be used to increase the CrystalSky monitor’s storage, play back footage recorded on a micro SD Card, and for footage backup.
HDMI (3840 x 2160 output)
Dual microSD card slots
Micro USB port
USB Type-C port
The CrystalSky monitor’s brightness can be adjusted manually or automatically. When set to adjust automatically, CrystalSky will adjust its brightness based on the ambient brightness detected by its light sensor.
The CrystalSky monitor can connect to Wi-Fi networks or Wi-Fi hotspots from mobile devices. Bluetooth is not supported.
The F1 and F2 buttons on the CrystalSky monitor can be customized, and some buttons on the remote controller can be set to control CrystalSky functions using the DJI GO app. For more details, see the remote controller section of your respective product’s user manual.
The CrystalSky monitor uses a customized Android operating system embedded with the DJI GO , DJI GO 4, and DJI Pilot app.
Yes. You can use the CrystalSky monitor to edit your footage using the DJI GO app.
You can upgrade the operating system through an Internet connection or by downloading the upgrade package from the official DJI website, copying it to an SD card, and inserting the SD card into the monitor. The monitor will start upgrading when switched on.
The DJI GO app can also be upgraded using the internet, and you can upgrade DJI GO and the OS at the same time.