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Best Accessories for DJI Mini 2 SE 

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Since its release in 2023, the DJI Mini 2 SE has redefined what’s possible in a Mini drone.

It’s lightweight, dependable, beginner-friendly, and just plain fun to fly. I find it a very exceptional addition to the Mini line and a blueprint for what future additions should be.

While flying the Mini 2 SE on its own is enjoyable, accessories make it even better. 

However, narrowing it down to the cream of the crop regarding accessories is tough, considering there are so many options on the market. 

You’ve come to the right place if you’re seeking only the most capable, forward-thinking accessories designed to facilitate a better user experience.

Although these accessories will increase the Mini 2 SE’s weight to where you must register it recreationally, I think it’s worth it, as you will augment your time in the sky. 

Let’s take a look!  

Why do we need accessories for the DJI Mini 2 SE? #

Why buy accessories for the Mini 2 SE? I think the better question is why not do it? 

Although DJI produces almost perfect drones right out of the gate, accessories make your drone journey even more efficient, which is the top reason to use them.

One area where competitors like Autel succeed more is in including accessories with their drones.

DJI doesn’t throw in a lot of bonus accessories with your initial purchase, requiring you to buy more to expand the scope of your drone flight experience.

Another great reason to add more accessories to the Mini 2 SE is safety. Extra lights, landing gear, and cases make storing and flying your drone less dangerous.

As you can see, there are some very compelling arguments to consider accessories for the Mini 2 SE. 

So, which do I personally use to take my flights to the next level when piloting this DJI drone? Here are some tried and tested accessories that will take your Mini 2 SE flights further, ** **

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Best ND filters #

The Mini 2 SE has a 1/2.3-inch CMOS camera that shoots in 2.7K video and 12 MP image quality. 

These aren’t the greatest video and image qualities ever seen in a Mini line but considering the Mini 2 SE is the next step in the evolution of the Mini 2 series, the quality isn’t entirely surprising. 

You can’t adjust the aperture of the Mini 2 SE, which is fixed to f/2.8. If you wish you could tinker with the amount of lighting available in this drone, try ND filters. 

I love the K&F Concepts ND filters. They’re compatible with a handful of DJI drones, including the OG Mavic Mini, Mini 2, and Mini SE besides the Mini 2 SE. 

The six ND filters in a pack include ND8, 16, 32, and 64 options, plus UV and CPL filters. 

What are the latter two, you ask? Well, the CPL filter lessens any glare from non-metallic surfaces, while the UV filter is more self-explanatory.

Personally, I appreciate the inclusion of those two filters with the three ND filters.

Some of you reading this might want more nuance with your ND filters, but in my humble opinion, the nuance doesn’t have to run that deep for a simpler drone like the Mini 2 SE.

I like how light these filters are. Yes, using any accessories will weigh down your drone, but the frames of the filters are built of aviation-friendly aluminum alloy, so each weighs 0.8 grams. 

**» MORE: **Which ND Filters Are Best for DJI Mini 2?  

That’s not too bad if you’re trying to control your drone’s weight. 

Although these ND filters are inexpensive, nothing is worse than when you scratch up a new set of filters. That won’t be a concern of yours with this set. 

They include nearly 30 coatings designed to resist just about anything you can think of, from reflections to scratches, lens flares, oil, and water.

You know I had to put these ND filters to the test, and they held up remarkably well. They’re a great value for their cost! 

Best landing gear #

I still remember when I was a drone beginner.

Launching and landing my drone were among the most stressful parts of the entire flight experience. 

Well, that and keeping my drone stable in the air, but I always dreaded bringing it back down to the ground especially.

It’s a tough part of the job, so to speak, and while experience and practice help tremendously, you’ll still fly in all sorts of different scenarios, so it does help to have some backup.

Landing gear will preserve your drone by increasing clearance and helping you land. 

Fun fact: despite the name, landing gear is also handy for takeoff, so it’s doubly useful. 

I like the Tomat landing gear, which is designed for the Mavic Mini, Mini 2, and Mini 2 SE. It’s ultra-low-cost (I’m talking under $10) and easy to use.

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The landing gear itself is a gray plastic base that’s foldable and portable. I found it very easy to slip onto the Mini 2 SE, and since it’s plastic, I didn’t stress about damaging the drone. 

When you use the Tomat landing gear and bring your Mini 2 SE in for a landing, it reduces shock and ensures you make it to the ground smoothly. The additional 15 millimeters of clearance will keep your drone cleaner.

I’ve used this landing gear in all sorts of scenarios, from grassy knolls to sandy patches, and I’m happy with how my Mini 2 SE fared each time. 

Best lights #

It’s tough to find good lights for a DJI drone out there! 

Many are attached to landing gear, which is cool if you want to double up on accessories without spending double the money.

However, if you just want LED illumination, I love this set from Craznick. 

These lights are compatible with many DJI drones, including the Mavic 3 Pro, Cine, Phantom 3, Mini 2, Mini 3, Mini 3 Pro, and Avata. 

If you’d rather buy a single pack, those are available. I bought the double pack to stick on some of the aforementioned DJI drones, especially the Mini 2 SE. 

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Each light weighs only 0.63 ounces, which is awesome. They run on a 350 mAh battery and recharge via a micro-USB port. 

If you don’t want to search through your collection of charging cables to find the right one, you don’t have to. The cord is included.

These LED lights attach via a rubber ring or Velcro, so when I say they take seconds to affix, I mean it. They’re also easily removable if you’re borrowing a buddy’s drone to try it before you buy it. 

They’re usable as anti-collision lights under FAA rules and provide various amounts of illumination depending on which setting you select. 

For example, I got about two hours of constant lighting under that mode. The manufacturer promises 10 hours of illumination when using fast flashing and 16 hours when using slow flashing. 

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Those are just some of the modes you can use, with more than 20 available. 

I tested them all for several minutes each and was impressed by the variety. While you may never personally use all those modes, you’ll be glad you have them. 

The LED lights are available in several colors, including teal, purple, yellow, dark blue, green, red, and white. They’re waterproof and charge in a little over an hour and a half, so I’m happy to recommend them to you! 

Best case #

The fun thing about drone carrying cases is they come in all sorts of looks and styles. The harder, the better, is my motto, as I don’t want anything hurting my drone. 

While I like the official DJI carrying bag, it’s a little expensive. The Tomat Mini 2 SE carrying case is not a ton cheaper, but you can shave about $15 off your costs, which counts for something. 

I know the case says “Mini 2” on it, but this Tomat case is also usable for the Mini 2 SE, including all the parts and equipment that come with the Fly More Combo. 

There’s a space for your battery charger, the RC-N1 controller, spare props, an SD card, and other cables. 

It’s a good size for traveling, measuring 11 inches by 7.5 inches by 3.14 inches. I’ve had no problem getting this carrying case through airlines as a carry-on, but that will depend on the airline’s checked luggage requirements, as each is different.

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The PU exterior and mesh interior pocket are durable material choices. I love the mesh pocket because it’s easy to see which items you’ve stored and where, and the hardy zipper keeps them secure.

The molded main interior prevents scary drone jostling. 

You can carry this bag two ways: by its rubber-molded handle or the attached strap to wear it cross-body like DJI’s bags.  


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