How to Use the Zenmuse H20 and H20T Infrared Cameras

How to Use the Zenmuse H20 and H20T Infrared Cameras

Learn how to use the Zenmuse H20 and H20T Infrared Camera mode with this fast Heliguy™ tutorial. These IP44-rated multi-sensor cameras pack a punch.

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Using the Zenmuse H20 and H20T camera with the DJI M300 RTK will enhance your flying experience.

To effectively and safely use the Zenmuse H20 you'll need to learn a couple quick tricks.

With this super fast Heliguy™ tutorial you'll be up in the air using the Zenmuse H20 in no time.


  1. Tap Inferred Icon

    Zenmuse H20 Inferred Camera M300 RTK DJI
    Go into the DJI Pilot App and tap the inferred camera icon to switch modes.

  2. Click IR Mode

    Zenmuse H20 Inferred Camera M300 RTK DJI
    Now choose between IR or Split Display modes. In Split Display mode you see the original footage side-by-side the IR footage.

  3. Choose Location

    Zenmuse H20 Inferred Camera M300 RTK DJI
    By tapping on the screen you can choose a location to measure.

  4. Use Area Measurement

    Zenmuse H20 Inferred Camera M300 RTK DJI
    To see the the highest and lowest temperature in a specific area you can draw a box on the flight interface.

  5. Change Zoom

    Zenmuse H20 Inferred Camera M300 RTK DJI
    You also have the ability to zoom using the Zenmuse H20. Using the zoom tool will enable you to get into tight areas without flying close.



The H20 and H20T are IP44-rated multi-sensor cameras which ensure mission efficiency for a range of commercial drone applications, including firefighting, law enforcement, and search and rescue, as well as inspections of powerlines and within the oil and gas sectors.

Heliguy™ provide support, advice and training for all commercial drone sectors. If you need direct support from our expert team give us a call or email us.


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