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DJI Ronin 3-Axis Stabilized Video Camera Gimbal (Black)

by DJI

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  • 3-axis stabilized gimbal system
  • Supports a wide range of cameras and lens (up to 16 lbs.)
  • Simple 5-minute setup & tool-free balance
  • Built-in receiver and remote control available with Bluetooth via the DJI Assistant for iOS
  • 3 operation modes for maximum flexibility
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 16 x 16 inches ; 25 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 54 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00LP8N6YS
  • Item model number: Ronin
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 11, 2014

Product Description

The DJI Ronin Handheld Gimbal System is video camera stabilizer that will self-adjust to balance professional video camera rigs up to 16 pounds. Just hold it in your hands and you'll achieve smooth and stable footage with the highest levels of precision. Even when mounted to an aircraft in high-speed flight, precise control can be achieved with the highest level of stability. Our custom built super fast processors, sensors, and algorithms offer an extreme precision of control angle within the range of 0.02". This puts world class leading technology into your hands, yielding the highest standards when it comes to picture or video stabilization.

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Photoshare on August 26, 2014
The DJI Ronin is an incredible gimbal and an even better price. Let me start off by saying that the ONLY real drawback to the Ronin is it's starting weight (9.2 lbs). If you plan on using a lightweight DSLR or mirrorless camera (Sony A7s, Panasonic GH3/GH4, 5D Mark II/III) then the weight is definitely manageable. However, if you plan on kitting it out by adding a camera kit that adds 10+ lbs to the gimbal then you'll likely want to mount it on a Steadicam arm or use an EasyRig. The Movi, which is the Ronin's competitor (or vice-versa), weighs only about 4 lbs before camera. Of course, the most affordable Movi is the M5, which sells for around $5k and only supports cameras up to 4lbs, while the Ronin supports up to 16 lbs. You would have to spend $15k for the Movi M15 if you wanted to support up to 12 lbs.

Aside from the weight, the Ronin has better build quality, easier tool-less re-balancing, a great iOS app for changing settings on the fly, a power distribution box under the Gimbal stage that features USB and P-Tap power outputs, and a ton of extra's like a superb, if not overly large, hard shell case with wheels, a 2.4GHz remote transmitter for wireless control over pan, tilt, and roll, 4+ hour battery & charger, two accessory mounts for the handlebar, large quick release plate, a folding stand, and 3-allen wrenches with a variety of screws for different camera mounts..

You can use the Ronin in Underslung mode (normal mode for a gimbal) where the camera hangs under the handlebar, upright mode, where you flip the stage OVER the handlebar to get a higher view, and briefcase mode, where you hold the handlebar vertically to have a thinner profile and to capture low-angle shots with ease.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tafo on September 20, 2014
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Amazing stabilization system for its price and it can carry a RED Epic/Scarlet!! One drawback is the noise the stabilization system generates while operating, it sounds like robocop moving its arms lol
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13 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Nick Mahar on September 8, 2014
Pros : Stand Top Comes Off, Usb And Dtap, Battery System, Easy To Balance
Cons : Did I Say Too Heavy, Too Heavy, Breaks Easy
Best Uses : Concerts, Low Budget Films, Music Video
Describe Yourself : Camera Operator, Movi M10 Owner, Cinematographer
Was this a gift? : No

There is something majorly wrong with the consistency of the product line.

My friend bought one and after an hour the motor started SMOKING!!! Obviously things happen and i thought he might have done something wrong or just happen to get a bad one. He just got his second one today and already is having more problems with one of the motors! Thankfully not smoking.

So most would say, well he's doing something wrong, my thoughts exactly.

However I also bought one to test it out. I also own a Movi M10 and have been running one since before they came out. I even took it through the ringer shooting Macklemore tour videos with it every day for 3 months so i know how to balance a gimbal system.

When i got mine i was amazed that it came with a case that was so perfect. A few other Pros:
- Battery system
-usb and dtap plugs
-the mounting stand top can be taken off which is amazing to put on a cart
-having an ios app was perfect.
-Holds 15 pounds
-Easy to balance
-Pitch and roll controls could be used for video. Movi only allows it to roll/trim a small amount

I first used my RED EPIC with some gear but not even 10 pounds. Everything calibrated fine but it was a little slow on controls. I fixed that and played around with it for a bit. I turned it off and played around with it a little later but it stopped working. The motors would make loud noises and even when i took everything off it made noise like it was too heavy.
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