DJI’s range of sophisticated gimbals and camera stabilizers help you create smooth and cinematic content.
The DJI eco-system of camera gimbals and camera stabilizers comprises handheld gimbals, mobile and smartphone gimbals, and professional handheld gimbals to ensure you are covered, whatever the occasion.
The DJI gimbal range includes the Osmo Pocket, Osmo Action, Osmo Mobile 3, Ronin-SC, and Ronin-S.
The DJI Osmo Pocket is DJI’s smallest three-axis mechanical handheld camera gimbal, gifting you storytelling freedom in the palm of your hand.
The teeny-tiny DJI Osmo Pocket has a 1/2.3 inch sensor and can shoot 4K/60fps video at 100Mbps and capture 12MP photos. This handheld gimbal has smart features, such as Motionlapse, ActiveTrack, 3x3 panorama and NightShot to take your content further, while the waterproof case accessory allows the Osmo Pocket to go to depths of up to 60m for smooth underwater shots.
The DJI Osmo Action is the perfect companion for adrenaline junkies and action sport enthusiasts.
This dustproof, shockproof and waterproof camera can capture every adventure in stunning 4K detail and boasts RockSteady electronic image stabilization. It has a 1/2.3 inch sensor and features two screens - one on each side of the body - to give you the very best visibility of your video footage or photos.
Osmo Action uses RockSteady technology to stabilize footage. This EIS technology is realized by increasing the shutter speed, analyzing the images captured by the CMOS sensor, and compensating by cutting off the edges of these images. In this way, multiple frames are overlaid and finally combined into a single frame that is sharp, clear, and accurately exposed.
Osmo Mobile 3 supports smartphones that are 62-88mm wide and up to 9.5mm thick. This range covers most mobile phones currently available. Please note that actual compatibility might be affected by accessories attached to your phone. Certain form factors, including buttons on the side, should also be considered.
Connecting via Bluetooth is faster than connecting via Wi-Fi. Additionally, devices using Bluetooth will link automatically once they are paired. Connecting via Bluetooth also saves more energy than connecting via Wi-Fi does.
Yes. However, external lenses may affect the balance of the gimbal. Large, heavy lenses are not recommended. Please ensure the total weight of the lenses and the phone is less than the recommended weight.