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DJI adds new handheld camera and smartphone stabilisers

By noreply@redsharknews.com (Erik Vlietinck)

The Ronin-S is DJI's first single-handed stabiliser for DSLR and mirrorless cameras

DJI has introduced two new handheld camera stabilisers: The Ronin-S has been built for DSLR and mirrorless camera systems, while the Osmo Mobile 2 is targeting smartphone users.

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    DJI Reveals New Handheld Camera Stabilizers At CES 2018

    By Canon Rumors A Redesigned Osmo Mobile 2 Turns Smartphones Into Smart Steadycams and Ronin-S Becomes DJI’s First Single-Handed Stabilizer for DSLR and Mirrorless Cameras January 7, 2018 – DJI, the world’s leader in creative camera technology, introduced two new handheld camera stabilizers at CES 2018 – Osmo Mobile 2 and Ronin-S. Built for smartphones, DSLRs, and mirrorless … → continue…

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    CES 2018: DJI’s first handheld gimbal announced. Ronin-S PLUS updated Osmo Mobile 2

    By Erik Naso

    Today at CES 2018 in Las Vegas DJI introduced two new handheld gimbals. The Osmo Mobile 2 is an updated mobile phone gimbal, and the other a new entry. The Ronin-S…

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    DJI announces Osmo 2 Mobile smartphone camera gimbal

    DJI has announced the Osmo Mobile 2, an updated version of its popular Osmo Mobile camera gimbal for smartphones. Though visually similar to the original model, the Osmo Mobile 2 adds some useful new features along with a more attractive price point.

    The biggest change most users will notice right away is that the Osmo 2 Mobile no longer uses interchangeable batteries. DJI claims the new built-in battery will provide enough power for up to 15 hours of filming, which is probably more than most peoples’ arms will endure over the course of a day. Additionally, a new USB port enables the phone to charge off the internal battery while in use, preventing battery drain while filming, and can also be used as a power bank to charge other electronics.

    Perhaps the most notable feature of the new Osmo Mobile 2 is a lower price: it will retail for $129, significantly less than the $299 price point of the original model

    The new model also supports shooting in portrait orientation – perfect for people who want to create content that will primarily be consumed on mobile devices. It also includes a 1/4″ universal screw mount, making it possible to mount the Osmo Mobile 2 on a tripod or attach other accessories.

    In addition to existing software features like ActiveTrack and time-lapse modes, DJI has added a hyper-lapse feature, as well as a zoom slider on the handle that will allow users to simulate the effects of a dolly zoom.

    Perhaps the most notable feature of the new Osmo Mobile 2 is a lower price: it will retail for $129, significantly less than the $299 price point of the original model. It will be available for pre-order exclusively at Apple.com beginning on January 23, and directly from DJI and other authorized resellers beginning in early February.

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