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DJI M300 vs DJI M350 | What's the difference?

DJI M300 vs DJI 350 | Hammer Missions
DJI M300 vs DJI 350 | Hammer Missions


DJI is undoubtedly the market leader in the drone industry, both in the consumer and enterprise sectors.

Their flagship enterprise model, the M300, has been updated and DJI has introduced the M350 to the market, but what's the difference?

In this post, we will look at comparisons between the DJI M300 vs DJI M350, what the difference is, and the use cases.

DJI M300 vs M350

The DJI M300 was the go-to platform for enterprise drone operations with specifications including interchangeable payloads, 360-degree vision sensing and weatherproofing.

It was only a matter of time before DJI decided to upgrade their most popular large platform, and earlier this year they released the DJI M350.

To look at there is not much difference in its physical form, but when it comes to specifications there are some subtle changes.

Below we will run through some specifications of the drone itself and then look at the payloads compatible with both units.

DJi M350

M300 vs M350 Drone Specifications

As we have stated, both platforms look very similar but there are some subtle differences between the two units.

Below we have listed the differences so that you can clearly see what has been upgraded:


DJI M300

DJI M350


IP Rating



Improved weather and dust proofing


Smart Controller Enterprise

RC Plus

Larger screen, programmable buttons, IP54, longer use time

Battery System



Increased battery cycling (200 charges TB60, 400 charges TB65)

Arm Lock Indicator



Arm lock detection feature, lets you know if the M350 arms have been locked correctly.

FPV Camera

Standard 960p Resolution

Night Vision 1080p Resolution

Higher resolution and the ability to view the image at night.

Transmission System

Occusync 2

Occusync 3

Stronger transmission system 20km on the 350 compared with 15km on the M300

GNSS / RTK Module



Greatly improved signal and the ability to acquire satellites easier


​Roller Wheels

360 degree wheels

Ease of manoeuvrability

One of the other major differences is the controller.

The original M300 came with the Smart Controller Enterprise, an upgraded version of DJI's very popular Smart Controller which was first introduced with the DJI Mavic 2 Pro.

DJI Smart Enterprise Controller
DJI Smart Enterprise Controller

The M350 features a brand-new controller that has been specifically designed for this platform, the DJI RC Plus


DJI RC Plus Controller | Hammer Missions
DJI RC Plus Controller | Hammer Missions
  • Specifically designed for the enterprise platforms

  • 7-inch-wide HD, Super Bright Screen

  • IP54 certified

  • The DJI RC Plus has six programmable buttons on either side of the screen.

  • Six hours of screen-on time. It has an internal battery and a swappable external battery.

  • Ports for microSD card, USB, HDMI, USB type C, and 4G connectivity.

DJI has hinted at a future update to make the M300 compatible with the DJI RC Plus.

DJI M300 / M350 Use Cases

While the M300 does have a high IP rating (45), the M350 has an upgraded IP rating (55) making it more suitable for harsher conditions which means you can still operate when other drones are unable to.

Both the M300 and M350 are ideally suited to enterprise markets and perform very well in larger roles where longevity and resilience are required.

Below we have listed the ideal use cases for the M300 and M350 platforms.

Use Cases for the M300 / M350

DJI M350 Video


As you can see from the information above, both the M300 and M350 are very capable aircraft and very much suited to an enterprise environment.

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