Handheld Stabilised Video Cameras

DJI Pocket Cameras

The DJI Pocket Camera Range

DJI Pocket 2 

Powerful mini handheld stabiliser.

Creative Freedom In The Palm Of Your Hand 

The DJI Pocket 2 is a tiny stabilised mini 4K camera.

The latest addition to DJI's groundbreaking gimbal ecosystem, this content creation tool has a range of key features.

Highlights include:

  • 1/1.7″ sensor for improved quality
  • 20mm f/1.8 lens for wide cinematic shots
  • 140 minutes of battery life
  • Lightweight, only 117 g
  • Capture images in 16MP or 64MP using high-resolution mode
  • Shoot video at 4K/60fps at 100Mbps
  • New audio system - DJI Matrix Stereo - provides immersive audio
  • Redeveloped autofocus
  • 8x zoom with the 64-megapixel mode or 4x lossless zoom in 1080p or 16-megapixel mode
  • New and improved intelligent modes and features
  • Range of accessories to take content creation further
  • Modular design with removable base plate to fit accessories 

Pocket 2 Standard Versus Pocket 2 Creator Bundle

The DJI Pocket 2 is available in two formats: the Standard package and the Creator Combo.

The DJI Pocket 2 Standard includes:

  • Gimbal
  • Mini Control Stick
  • Tripod Mount (1/4”)

The DJI Pocket 2 Creator Combo (pictured) comes with more in the box, featuring some of the key Osmo Pocket 2 accessories. The Combo comes with:

  • Gimbal
  • Mini Control Stick
  • Tripod Mount (1/4”)
  • Wide-Angle Lens
  • Wireless Microphone + Windscreen
  • Do-It-All Handle
  • Micro Tripod

Pocket 2 v Osmo Pocket 

The DJI Osmo Pocket was a groundbreaking mini stabiliser when it was launched in November 2018.

But the release of the rebranded Pocket 2 has taken this tiny handheld gimbal series to another level.

While there's not much between the size of the gimbals, the Pocket 2 has some key enhancements. These include: 

  • Larger Sensor: Pocket 2 has a 1/1.7" sensor, compared to the Osmo Pocket's 1/2.3" sensor.
  • Wider FOV: The Pocket 2 has a 93° FOV, compared to the Osmo Pocket's 80° FOV. The Pocket 2 has an f/1.8 lens, while the Osmo Pocket has a f/2.0 lens.
  • Higher-res Images: Capture 16MP or 64MP images on the Pocket 2, compared to 12MP on the Osmo Pocket.
  • New Audio System: The Pocket 2 has the newly-added DJI Matrix Stereo system to capture an immersive audio experience.
  • Intelligent Features: Benefit from a wider array of intelligent features with the Pocket 2, including the updated ActiveTrack 3.0, ProMode, and the likes of Fast Wake and Drop Aware.
  • New Design: The Pocket 2's new modular design enables the bottom section of the grip to be removed and a range of accessories attached.

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about the DJI Pocket 2

How do I activate DJI Pocket 2?
1. Download the DJI Mimo app and log in with your DJI account.
2. Remove the cover of the universal port, connect Pocket 2 to your phone with the smartphone adapter, and press and hold the power button or function button to power on.
3. Activation prompt will be shown automatically in DJI Mimo after the first connection.
4. Follow the in-app instructions to complete activation.
What Minimum Object Distance (MOD) does DJI Pocket 2 support?

10 cm for photos and 20 cm for videos.

What intelligent shooting functions can I use with DJI Pocket 2 independently, without connecting to Mimo?

Single Shot, Pano, Timelapse, Motionlapse, Hyperlapse, Slow Motion (1080p @ 120/240fps), HDR Video (V1.1 firmware version or higher).

How do I use the ActiveTrack and FaceTrack?

When shooting photos, videos, or slow-motion video, ActiveTrack and FaceTrack can be enabled in the following ways:

1. Via Pocket 2: Tap the touchscreen to enable ActiveTrack. FaceTrack will be enabled if a face is detected and automatically enabled if the camera is facing the user.
2. Via DJI Mimo app: Drag a box around your subject in the camera view and start tracking.

Press the function button or tap on the touchscreen to exit ActiveTrack.
Note: ActiveTrack is disabled in the following scenarios: In FPV mode, shooting 4K/60fps video, shooting 4K @ 48/50/60fps video while wirelessly connected to DJI Mimo, shooting High Quality video at 4K/30fps, and shooting 8x slow motion.
How do I switch to portrait and underslung mode?
1. To enter portrait mode, hold the gimbal upright and turn it 90° to the left or right.
2. To enter underslung mode, hold the gimbal upright and turn it 180° to the left or right.
What DJI Pocket 2 parameters can be adjusted in Pro mode?
For photos: Exposure, white balance, format (JPEG, RAW), focus (single, continuous);
For video: Exposure, white balance, colour (normal, D-Cinelike), focus (single, continuous), channel (mono, stereo), volume, wind noise reduction;
In Timelapse mode: Exposure, white balance, format (video. video+JPEG, video+RAW), frame rate (24/25/30fps), focus (single, continuous).
How do I adjust gimbal speed during tracking?
1. Via DJI Pocket 2: Swipe up on the touchscreen, then select Fast Follow or Slow Follow.
2. Via DJI Mimo: Tap the gimbal setting icon on the right side of the screen, and then select Fast Follow or Slow Follow.
How do I Iock the tilt axis of DJI Pocket 2? 
1. Via DJI Pocket 2: Swipe up on the touchscreen, then select Tilt Locked.
2. Via DJI Mimo: Tap the gimbal setting icon on the right side of the screen, and then select Tilt Locked.
How do I control the rotational direction of DJI Pocket 2?
1. Via DJI Pocket 2: Swipe down on the screen to enter Settings. Tap “Tilt Control,” and then you can control the tilt axis on the home page by scrolling up and down on the right side of the screen.
2. Via DJI Mimo: Access Camera View in the app. Use the virtual joystick on the right side of the screen to control the pan and tilt axes.
3. Via DJI Pocket 2 Mini Control Stick: Use the Mini Control Stick to control the tilt and pan axes of DJI Pocket 2.
What is Gimbal Locked mode? And how is it enabled?

In Gimbal Locked mode, the camera does not move at all, no matter how the handle moves. Press and hold the function button, and a lock icon will appear on the top right corner of the touchscreen, indicating Gimbal Lock mode is enabled.

How do I flip and recenter the camera?
1. Via DJI Pocket 2:
a. Swipe up on the touchscreen, then select Recentre or Flip.
b. Press the function button twice to recentre the camera, and press the function button three times to flip the camera.
2.Via DJI Mimo App: Tap the gimbal setting icon on the right side of the screen, and then select Recentre or Flip.
What device can I connect DJI Pocket 2 with?
1. Smartphones by using a Lightning or USB-C smartphone adapter;
2. DJI Pocket Do-It-All Handle;
3.Osmo Pocket Wireless Module.
How do I set Directional Audio with DJI Pocket 2?

When Pro mode is off, the Directional Audio is set to All by default; When Pro mode is on, you can tap the Pro icon to switch between All, Front, and Front and Back.

How do I export photos and videos in the microSD card?
Method 1. Connect DJI Pocket 2 to your smartphone, and export the original files by downloading them.
Method 2. Power on DJI Pocket 2, and connect it to a computer through a Type-C cable to view and export all photos and videos.
Method 3. Remove the microSD card and export through a card reader.
How does DJI Pocket 2 split the recording into different videos?
Same with Osmo Pocket/Action, DJI Pocket 2 will automatically split the recording without damaging quality when it reaches 4GB.
Can I use DJI Pocket 2 to charge my phone?
DJI Pocket 2 cannot charge iOS phones.
When connected to Andriod phones with a smartphone adaptor, Pocket 2 will keep charging the phone at 5 V/500 mA. 
As a result, the operating time of gimbal will be shortened. To ensure long-term use, it is recommended to connect Pocket 2 with the Do-It-All Handle instead of a phone.
Can I use DJI Pocket 2 while charging?

Yes, but it is recommended that you use the gimbal after it is fully charged because the battery will heat up, and the service life will be shortened when it is charging and operating at the same time. You can also purchase the DJI Pocket 2 Charging Case for extended operating time.

Can I check the remaining microSD card storage when shooting with DJI Pocket 2?
Yes. When taking photos or videos, you can check the top left corner of the screen for available photos or video duration to take.
You can also check the remaining storage in the following situations:
1. In video mode: Remaining storage is displayed when available video duration is more than 100 minutes; available video duration is displayed when it is below 100 minutes.
2. In photo mode: Remaining storage is displayed when available photos are more than 1000; available photos are displayed when it is below 1000.
How do I share a video I just shot?

Download the video to your phone, or directly share it via the DJI Mimo app.

How do I stitch a panorama in DJI Mimo?
After capturing the panorama photos while connected to DJI Mimo, each photo will be saved and stitched into a panorama. The final panorama will only be saved on your phone.
If you shoot panorama photos with DJI Pocket 2 independently, you can view the panorama in Playback using DJI Mimo. If you don't find the panorama on your smartphone, download the panorama again.
How do I calibrate the gimbal? What is gimbal calibration for?
1. Via DJI Pocket 2: Swipe down on the screen to access Settings, then tap Calibration.
2. Via DJI Mimo: Tap the icon on the left of the screen, find Gimbal and Handle and then tap Gimbal Auto Calibration.
Purpose: Calibration can reduce gimbal drift caused by human error or nearby magnetic interference. 
Note: Place DJI Pocket 2 on a stable and flat surface and do not touch during calibration.
Is DJI Pocket 2 waterproof?

No, but the DJI Pocket 2 Waterproof Case is available for underwater use at depths of up to 60 m.

Why does DJI Pocket 2 heat up during use?
DJI Pocket 2 can shoot 4K/60fps video at a bitrate of 100Mbps. Processing such an amount of data in a short time will inevitably cause heating. DJI Pocket 2 is integrated with a passive cooling solution that dissipates heat evenly, ensuring product longevity and consistent performance.

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