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DJI RS 2 Camera gimbal

Pushing innovation of one-handed gimbal tech.

Strong, Reliable, Robust 

The DJI RS 2 pushes the innovation of single-handed gimbal technology.

A reworked design and new creative functions deliver a strong, robust and reliable solution for content creators.

The RS 2 is available as a stand-alone package, or as a Pro Combo with additional accessories, such as a Focus Motor, RavenEye Image Transmitter, and a carrying case.

Key features include:

  • Reduced weight
  • Carry heavier cameras and payloads
  • 12 hours of battery life
  • New quick-charge function
  • Newly-optimised Titan Stabilisation Algorithm
  • Intelligent shooting modes
  • Built-in bright touch screen
  • Compatible with a range of accessories to take content creation further
  • Use the RS 2 gimbal with jibs, car attachments, and sliders.
DJI RS 2 Gimbal with Mobile Phone Holder

Which cameras are compatible with the DJI RS 2? 

RS 2 Camera Compatibility Guide

The following cameras are compatible with the DJI RS 2. Control features will vary depending on the camera and associated control cable. 


  • 5D MK III
  • 5D MK IV
  • 6D MK II
  • EOS 200D Mark II
  • EOS 5DS R
  • EOS 6D
  • EOS 77D
  • EOS 800D
  • EOS 80D
  • EOS 90D
  • EOS M50
  • EOS R
  • EOS R5
  • EOS R6
  • EOS RP
  • EOS-1D X Mark II
  • EOS-1D X Mark III
  • G7 X Mark III


  • A6100
  • A6300
  • A6400
  • A6500
  • A6600
  • A7M2
  • A7M3
  • A7R2
  • A7R3
  • A7R4
  • A7S
  • A7S2
  • A7S3
  • A9
  • A9 II


  • G9
  • G95
  • GH3
  • GH4
  • GH5
  • GH5S
  • S1
  • S1H


  • D5
  • D6
  • D780
  • D850
  • Z5
  • Z50
  • Z6
  • Z7


  • X-E3
  • X-H1
  • X-T2
  • X-T20
  • X-T3
  • X-T30
  • X-T4


  • BMPCC 4k
  • BMPCC 6K


  • FP


  • E-M1 II


  • Z CAM E2
RS 2 DJI Gimbal with Focus Wheel

Lightweight Gimbal Supports Heavier Cameras

The DJI RS 2 has carbon fibre in vital structural components, reducing the weight down to 1.3 kg (2.86 lbs), while remaining durable.

The DJI RS 2 now supports a tested dynamic payload of 4.5 kg (10 lbs), allowing creatives to use heavier camera and lens combinations - while still achieving 12 hours of battery life.

A new quick-charge function directly to the battery handle is great for urgent situations, providing an extra two hours of battery life with just 15 minutes of charge.

DJI has introduced a newly-optimised Titan Stabilisation Algorithm, which reduces manual user input while compensating for user movement and optimising the gimbal tilt and angle. 

The new SuperSmooth mode adds another level of camera stability, especially for compensating longer focal length lenses of up to 100mm.

Axis locks enable easier transportation and balancing, while a dual-layer camera mounting plate is compatible with the Arca-Swiss and Manfrotto standard.

A fine-tune balancing knob allows for greater precision balancing of the camera payload.

The built-in front dial above the trigger enables precise control and complements a DJI Focus Wheel mounted on the RSA port to create two-channel focus and zoom (compatibility varies by camera model).

Bright Touchscreen And Added Versatility

The RS 2 features a built-in 1.4" colour touchscreen, supporting 11 different languages.  

This can display the camera data, gimbal settings, or a live feed from the camera.

The ultra-bright screen can also initiate key functions such as ActiveTrack and a suite of intelligent shooting modes.

The RS 2 is also a versatile tool - allowing content creators to push their imagination to the limits. 

The gimbal can be used with jibs, car attachments, and sliders.

The two RSA ports can be used as NATO ports, enabling the mounting of accessories and attachments, such as grips and a remote controller.

DJI RS2 Gimbal Mounted on Car
RS 2 from DJI Different Capture Modes

Make Stories Come To Life

The RS 2 expands on its predecessor's range of creative modes and features. 

The highlights include:

  • New Time Tunnel: Perform a 360-degree roll while capturing hyperlapse. This adds a new dimension to your footage.
  • Flashlight: The camera can be tilted all the way forward so users can grip the base like a flashlight.
  • One-Tap Portrait Mode: Quickly orientate the gimbal into vertical shooting for professional-level social-media content.
  • Panorama: Configure sensor and focal length, and then select a start and stop point for panoramas up to a gigapixel size.
  • Roll 360: The gimbal adopts the Flashlight position and rolls the camera system 360 degrees.
  • Timelapse: Capture subtle changes over lengths of time of your choosing. Timelapse is a classic feature!

Accessories Expand Creative Capabilities

The RS 2 can be customised with a range of accessories to help capture the best shot possible.

These accessories include:

  • Cheese plate
  • Focus Wheel
  • 3D Focus System (coming at a later date after launch)
  • Twist Grip Dual Handle
  • RavenEye Image Transmission System
  • Tethered Control Handle

When the RavenEye Image Transmission System is connected, users can utilise ActiveTrack 3.0. This sends a 1080p/30fps low-latency feed to a mobile device using the Ronin app from up to 100 metres away.

The Ronin app also enables vital features and functions to be controlled over long distances. This includes gimbal movement, using the virtual joystick and Force Mobile, so gimbal mimics the mobile device's movement.

For solo operators using manual-focus lenses, the 3D Focus System uses state-of-the-art TOF sensors mounted above the camera to provide autofocus. This enables a single shooter to capture smooth and cinematic footage using a manual lens, without relying on a second camera operator or focus puller.
DJI RS 2 Pro Combo Extra Accessories

Frequently Asked Questions

Find out more about the RS 2

What are the differences between Ronin-S and DJI RS 2?

Compared with Ronin-S, the motors of DJI RS 2 are about 20% more powerful, while the gimbal weight is reduced by about 25%. Equipped with a 1.4-inch full-colour touchscreen and redesigned built-in front dial, DJI RS 2 also supports more accessories than the Ronin-S.

How is the RS 2 activated?
1. Press the power button and hold to power on the gimbal;
2. Enable Bluetooth on your mobile device;
3. Launch the Ronin app, register/log in with your DJI account, select DJI RS 2 on the equipment list, enter default password 12345678, and follow the app's instructions to activate. A network connection is required throughout the activation;
4. DJI RS 2 will enter sleep mode after successful activation. Press the power button twice to exit sleep mode before use
How do I update the firmware on DJI RS 2?
1. Press the power button and hold to power on the gimbal;
2. Launch the Ronin app, connect to the gimbal, and select DJI RS 2 on the equipment list;
3. Whenever there is a new firmware version available for update, you will see a prompt on the top of the main interface of the Ronin app, tap "Update Now" and do not turn off the gimbal or exit the app until firmware update is complete. After the firmware is updated, you will be prompted by the app. Tap to exit and you will be able to use the gimbal with the latest firmware version.
4. If the firmware update fails, please restart the gimbal and try again.
Is DJI RS 2 waterproof?

No. The power/data port on DJI RS 2 is not waterproof or dustproof. Please keep away from water and dust during use.

What material is DJI RS 2 made of?

Aluminium alloy, stainless steel, and carbon fibre.

How do I turn on/off DJI RS 2?

Press and hold the power button to power on/off the gimbal.

Does DJI RS 2 have any key shortcuts?
1. Power Button
Press and hold to power on and off
Press once to lock the touch function of the touchscreen, press again to unlock
Press twice to enter or exit the sleep mode
2. Battery Level Button
Press once to check current battery level
3. Trigger
Tap once (when the Ronin RavenEye Image Transmission System is mounted and turned on): Start ActiveTrack
Press and hold: Enter Lock mode
Press twice: Recentre the gimbal
Press three times: Enter Portrait mode
4. Built-in Front Dial
Electronic focusing (default setting, available to change on the touchscreen)
5. Camera Control Button
Press halfway: Control autofocus
Press once: Start or stop recording
Press and hold: Take photos
6. Joystick
Push up or pull down: Control the tilt direction (by default)
Push left or right: Control the pan direction (by default)
7. M Button
Press once: Switch user profiles
Press and hold: Enter Sport mode
Press and hold while pressing the Trigger twice: Lock Sport mode (eliminates the need to hold the button), repeat to exit
Press twice: Enter Portrait mode, repeat to exit
Press three times: Enter Roll 360. Repeat to exit. In Roll 360, push the joystick to the left or right side twice, and the camera will rotate automatically. Press the Trigger twice to stop
Press and hold the M Button and Trigger: Auto Calibration
Can I power on the gimbal without a payload?
No, it's recommended to always have a camera/payload installed before powering on the gimbal.
What is the max tested payload supported by DJI RS 2?

The DJI RS 2 has been tested with a dynamic payload of 4.5 kg during handheld use.

How do I enable SuperSmooth?
Tap the Gimbal Calibration icon on the touchscreen of the gimbal and enable the SuperSmooth mode on the menu. After enabling SuperSmooth, tap to perform gimbal calibration for better stabilisation.
Note: Before using the SuperSmooth, ensure the lens is properly fixed to the gimbal with the lens-fastening strap.
What are the differences between SuperSmooth and normal stabilisation on DJI RS 2?

SuperSmooth requires a lens support and lens-fastening strap to stabilise lenses of up to 100mm equivalent focal length and capture even more stabilised footage than normal stabilisation. Motor torque settings as well as various other settings are changed behind the scenes to enable this mode to function properly.

What is the battery life of DJI RS 2?

The DJI RS 2 can be used up to 12 hours when the battery is fully charged and the gimbal is balanced well.

How long does it take to fully charge the battery of DJI RS 2?

When using a 24W charger, DJI RS 2 can be fully charged in 1.5 hours. A 15-minute charge can enable two hours of use.

What chargers does DJI RS 2 support?

It is recommended to use chargers that comply with PD or QC 2.0 fast charging protocol with a charging power of 24W to charge the battery of DJI RS 2.

What Ronin products does the Ronin app support?

The Ronin app supports Ronin 2, Ronin-S, Ronin-SC, DJI RSC 2, and DJI RS 2.

How many waypoints can I set for Timelapse and Track in the Ronin app?

When using DJI RS 2, you can set up to five waypoints for Timelapse and up to 10 waypoints for Track.

Can I adjust camera parameters with DJI RS 2?

Yes. You can adjust parameters like ISO and exposure of certain cameras in the Ronin app. You can set parameters in "Create" - "Camera Settings." Or slide up the LCD screen to enter front dial settings page, and select a parameter to be controlled by the front dial, such as ISO and aperture.

Does DJI RS 2 support screen lock?

Yes. You can press the Power button once to lock the screen, and repeat to unlock. When locked, a lock icon will appear on the main screen.

How do I enable different modes on DJI RS 2?
Underslung mode:  Enter sleep mode, put DJI RS 2 upside down, turn the roll axis 180°, and then exit sleep mode.
Flashlight mode: Hold DJI RS 2 horizontally.
Re-centre: Press the Trigger twice;
Selfie mode: Press the Trigger three times;
Sleep mode: Press the Power button twice to enter sleep mode, and then repeat to exit sleep mode.
3D Roll 360: Select 3D Roll 360 in Follow Mode in the main screen of DJI RS 2.
Sport mode: Press and hold the M button to enter Sport mode, and then release the button to exit the mode.
Remain in Sport mode: Press and hold the M button and press the trigger twice to remain in Sport mode. Repeat to exit Sport mode
Time Tunnel: Slide right on the screen and select "Time Tunnel."
Portrait mode: Press the M button twice, or tap Portrait in the Follow Mode.
When using ActiveTrack of DJI RS 2, what is the difference between tracking a person and object in terms of operation?

When tracking a person, it is suggested to press the trigger once to select the subject in the centre of the frame. When tracking an object, it is suggested to frame the subject for more accurate recognition.

How many people/objects can DJI RS 2 follow using ActiveTrack?

DJI RS 2 can follow one subject at a time during ActiveTrack.

When using ActiveTrack on DJI RS 2, how do I compose a shot?
There are two ways to compose a shot during ActiveTrack:

1. Use the virtual joystick in the Ronin app or joystick on the handle to control the gimbal and compose;

2. Enable Force Mobile in the Ronin app to adjust the composition.
When using RavenEye, where is the footage saved?
When DJI RS 2 is connected to RavenEye Image Transmission System, photos and videos are saved in two ways:

1. On the SD card in the camera;

2. On the SD card and the mobile device.

If you want to cache in the mobile device, please follow these instructions: In the image transmission interface of the Ronin app, tap the Settings icon on the upper left corner, select Shutter, and select Cache or Shoot + Cache. If you choose "Cache," the mobile device will start caching after tapping the shutter, whereas the SD card will not save the photos and videos. If you choose "Shoot + Cache," the mobile device will start caching after tapping the shutter, and the SD card will save the photos and videos as well.
Note: Videos cached in the mobile devices are 1080p/30fps. The Android system saves footage in the album; the iOS system saves footage in the Ronin app, and the user can download to the album during playback.
How do I use ActiveTrack on DJI RS 2?
The ActiveTrack function of DJI RS 2 requires Ronin RavenEye Image Transmission System. Before using ActiveTrack, please ensure all connections needed are in place. Please refer to the tutorial "Installation and Operation of RavenEye Image Transmission System."
1. Enter the Ronin app's image transmission interface. When the centre frame aims at the subject, press the trigger once to start ActiveTrack;
2. Enter the Ronin app's image transmission interface, enable ActiveTrack, and frame the subject to follow. The frame will turn green once it aims at the subject;
Note: If the tracking frame turns red, it means the subject is lost. Please exit ActiveTrack and frame the subject again.
How do I use Time Tunnel on DJI RS 2?

To enter the Time Tunnel mode, select "Time Tunnel" in the menu on the right side of the LCD screen of DJI RS 2. The gimbal will tilt 90°, and the camera will face straight upward. Select parameters like interval, duration, and fps, tap "Next," and set the starting point, rotational direction, and the number of rotations. After the setting, tap the shutter button to start recording. The gimbal will start with the point you have set.

When using Force Mobile of DJI RS 2 on the Ronin app, what is the maximum control distance?
Approximately 25 m in environments free of interference and obstruction.
Note: This distance was measured on iPhone XS in an open area.
What quick-release plate is DJI RS 2 compatible with?

DJI RS 2 has dual-layer quick-release plates. The DJI R Quick-Release Plate (Lower) is compatible with the Manfrotto standard. The DJI R Quick-Release Plate (Upper) is compatible with Arca-Swiss and Manfrotto equipment, such as tripods and stabilisers. However, not all Arca and Manfrotto quick-release plates can be used on DJI RS 2.

What phone width does the DJI R phone holder support?

We suggest using phones of 65-90mm in width. If the phone is narrower than the minimum width, attach a phone case and try again.

Is the DJI R phone holder compatible with Ronin-S, Ronin-SC, or DJI RS 2?

The DJI R phone holder is compatible with DJI RS 2. Only the clamp is compatible with Ronin-S & Ronin-SC, whereas the base mount is not compatible with these two models.

Is the Ronin-S/SC phone holder compatible with DJI RS 2?

Only the clamp is compatible with DJI RS 2, whereas the base mount is not compatible.

How do I set up a dual-focus system?

Attach the DJI R Focus Wheel, and connect two DJI Ronin Focus Motors to the Focus Motor Port (USB-C) and Image Transmission/Focus Motor Port (USB-C), respectively, to set up a two-channel, dual-focus system.

How do I use DJI RS 2 on a car, jib, or third-party slider?

Use the DJI Ronin Expansion Base Kit to connect DJI RS 2 with joints of a car mount, slider, jib, or other supported mounting platforms.

How do I use the RavenEye Image Transmission System with dual focus?

When using dual focus, a focus motor takes up the Image Transmission/Focus Motor Port (USB-C), so the Image Transmission System cannot connect to the gimbal via cable for charging. However, the RavenEye Image Transmission System has a built-in battery and can work with the gimbal without a cable connection. Therefore, it can be used with dual focus at the same time.

How do I control the gimbal without a cable connection?
There are two ways to control without cable connection:
1. Use RavenEye Image Transmission System;
2. Use the Ronin app to control remotely via Bluetooth;
How do I use a third-party focus motor?

The third-party motor should be compatible with the 12mm Focus Motor Rod to work with the Ronin Focus Motor.

How do I use the RavenEye Image Transmission System separately from the gimbal?

Connect the RavenEye Image Transmission system to the camera via HDMI cable to use it remotely from the gimbal.

How long can the internal battery last on RavenEye?

RavenEye internal battery lasts approximately 3.5 hours.

How long does it take to fully charge the battery on RavenEye?

It takes approximately 2.5 hours to charge the RavenEye internal battery fully.

Product Specification


Accessory Connections

RSA/NATO ports
1/4"-20 mounting hole
Cold shoe mount
Video transmission/follow focus motor port (USB-C)
RSS camera control port (USB-C)
Follow focus motor port (USB-C)


Model: BG30-1950mAh-15.4V
Type: LiPo 4S
Capacity: 1950 mAh
Power: 30.03 Wh
Max. Battery Life:  12 h
Charging Time: 1.5 h (24W USB adapter using the  QC 2.0 or PD protocol)
Suggested Charging Temperature: 5°C to 40°C


Bluetooth 5.0; USB-C

Mobile Assistant Software Requirements

iOS 11 or above;
Android 7.0 or above

Languages supported by the touchscreen

English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, German, French, Korean, Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Thai.

Tested Payload

4.5 kg (10.0 lbs)

Maximum Controlled Rotation Speed

Pan: 360°/s;

Tilt: 360°/s;
Roll: 360°/s.

Mechanical Endpoint Range

Pan axis control: 360° continuous rotation;
Roll axis control: -95° to +240°;
Tilt axis control: -112° to +214°.

Operating Frequency

2.4000 GHz - 2.4835 GHz

Transmission Power


Operating Temperature

-20° to 45° C (-4° to 113° F)


Gimbal: Approx. 960 g (2.12 lbs) (excluding the Quick-Release Plates and Camera Mounting Plate)
Camera Mounting Plate: Approx. 150 g (0.33 lbs)
BG30 Grip: Approx. 265 g (0.58 lbs)
Extended Grip/Tripod: Approx. 226 g (0.50 lbs)
Upper and Lower Quick-Release Plates: Approx. 105 g (0.23 lbs).

Gimbal Dimensions

Folded: 260 × 265 × 70 mm (excluding the BG30 grip).

Unfolded: 410 × 260 × 195 mm (including the BG30 grip, excluding the extended grip/tripod).

What's in the Box

What's Included

DJI RS 2 Gimbal

DJI RS 2 Pro Combo


x 1

x 1

BG30 Grip

x 1

x 1

USB-C Charging Cable (40 cm)

x 1

x 1

Lens-Fastening Strap

x 1

x 1

Extended Grip/Tripod (Metal)

x 1

x 1

Quick-Release Plate (Arca-Swiss/Manfrotto)

x 1

x 1

Briefcase Handle

x 1

x 1

Camera Riser

x 1

x 1

Carrying Case

x 1

x 1

Multi-Camera Control Cable (USB-C, 30 cm)

x 1

x 2

Multi-Camera Control Cable (Sony Multi, 30 cm)

x 1

x 1

Multi-Camera Control Cable (Micro-USB, 30 cm)

x 1

x 1

Multi-Camera Control Cable (Mini-USB, 30 cm)

x 1

x 1

Hook-and-Loop Strap

x 3

x 3

D-Ring Camera Mounting Screw 1/4"-20

x 2

x 2

RSA/NATO Port Cover

x 1

x 1

Pan Axis Sleeve

x 1

x 1

Screw 1/4"-20

x 1

x 1

Phone Holder


x 1

Focus Motor


x 1

Focus Motor Rod Mount Kit


x 1

Focus Gear Strip


x 1

Image Transmitter


x 1

Cold Shoe to 1/4''-20 Adapter


x 1

USB-C Power Cable (20 cm)


x 1

Mini-HDMI to HDMI Cable (20 cm)


x 1

Mini-HDMI to Mini-HDMI Cable (20 cm)


x 1

Mini-HDMI to Micro-HDMI Cable (20 cm)


x 1

M4 Screw (10 mm)


x 6

Allen Wrench (3 mm)


x 1

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