If you just bought the DJI Mini SE and forgot to get a compatible micro sd card, you will not be able to capture any photos and videos, all the files you get will be only low-resolution cached ones. So a memory sd card is necessary. This article will help you to find the best sd card for your needs.
Before you buy any sd card for your DJI Mini SE, you can first check your existing sd cards to see if they meet the following requirement:
UHS-I Speed Class 3 or above is required.
If so, you can insert it into your DJI Mini SE and get it up in the air.
If not, then you’ll need to get a new one.
DJI Mini SE Micro SD Card Buying Guides
What storage should you choose?
It differs from person to person, if you don’t fly frequently or you prefer to take photos, then a 16GB or 32GB card works just fine for you. If you like shooting aerial videos and may fly very often, then a larger card is recommended. DJI Mini SE is capable of shooting videos of up to 2.7K.
Note: A 32G sd card can hold a video of nearly 1.5h.
How many sd cards do you need?
According to our experience, you should get at least TWO sd cards for your DJI Mini SE. The thing is that your sd card may be broken
Full List of Recommended DJI Mini SE micro SD Cards
SanDisk Extreme V30 A2
SanDisk Extreme Pro V30 A2
Lexar High Endurance
Samsung Pro Plus
SanDisk Extreme V30 A2 (DJI Mini 2 ONLY)
SanDisk Extreme Plus V30 A2 (DJI Mini 2 ONLY)
Lexar High Endurance (DJI Mini 2 ONLY)