M210 RTK


Built to Endure. Engineered to Adapt.

The ultimate platform for aerial productivity combines a rugged design and simple configurability to work as a solution for a variety of industrial applications. Improvements to the M200 Series V2 enhance intelligent control systems, flight performance, and add flight safety and data security features.




DJI Matrice 210 Quadcopter:

  • uses GLONASS and GPS as a dual-positioning system to get higher precision and quicker satellite acquisition
  • light, durable magnesium/aluminum airframe with carbon fiber arms
  • max. speed of 58 miles per hour
  • built-in 2-axis FPV camera for pilot's FPV view and obstacle sensing
  • maximum payload: 5.07 lbs.
    • customizable payload configurations for single or dual cameras
    • single upward, single downward, and dual downward gimbal mounts included
    • compatible cameras: Zenmuse XT, Zenmuse Z30Zenmuse X4S, and Zenmuse X5S
  • up to 27 minutes of flight time with dual TB50 batteries
  • FlightAutonomy obstacle avoidance sensors help you navigate safely
  • Activetrack mode automatically keeps a moving subject perfectly framed
  • Point of Interest mode causes the 'copter to orbit a stationary object
  • 16GB memory card included
  • 34-15/16"W x 14-15/16"H x 34-15/16"D
  • weight: 8.37 lbs.



Enjoy a more reliable and stable flight with the new OcuSync 2.0 system, which supports automatic dual frequency band switching[2] and extends flight range to up to 8km[3] .



When multiple payloads or third-party payloads are installed, users can readjust the drone’s center of gravity in the DJI Pilot app, enhancing flight performance and safety.


Data Accuracy

The TimeSync system continuously aligns the flight controller, camera, GPS module, RTK module for the M210 RTK V2, as well as payloads or onboard accessories. The position data is fixed to the center of the CMOS for precise geotagging when using DJI payloads.


Discreet Mode

When the situation calls for unobtrusive drone operations, especially at night, all lights can be completely turned off in the DJI Pilot app.