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- 4K (4096 x 2160) video at 24 or 25P
- 12MP JPEG or DNG raw sill photos
- Handle with camera and gimbal controls
- WI-FI for monitoring / remote operation
- The phone in the main picture is not included
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The DJI Osmo Handheld 4K Camera and 3-Axis Gimbal is specially built for the Osmo. It can be locked to protect its inner mechanical structure when not in use. It’s capable of recording 4K video and capturing 12 megapixel still photos, with a 94°wide-angle prime lens, capturing clear and crisp images with minimal distortion. When used with the DJI GO app, you get access to intelligent shooting modes like Automatic Panorama and Timelapse. The Osmo Gimbal and Camera is not compatible with the Inspire 1. Main controls for the camera and gimbal are provided on the handle itself, including a joystick for manual pan and tilt. The Wi-Fi link allows Osmo to be tethered to a mobile device running the DJI GO iOS and Android app. The Wi-Fi features a range of up to 85, so you can operate the camera and gimbal remotely as well. The handle incorporates a joystick for panning and tilting the gimbal, also records start/stop button and a shutter button, putting the essential controls right at your fingertips. A trigger allows you to toggle modes. The camera/gimbal assembly can detach from the handle for storage or use in other applications. Remotely operate the gimbal and view a live feed using the GO App for iOS and Android. The camera system incorporates three motors to stabilize the camera and move it manually in relation to the handle. Using the handles joystick or the app, it can be panned over a 320° range, tilt down 35°, and up 135°. It can pan or tilt at a rate of up to 120° per second. Features: The handle incorporates a joystick for panning and tilting the gimbalThe essential controls right at your fingertipsThe camera/gimbal assembly can detach from the handle for storage or use in other applicationsRemotely operate the gimbal and view a live feed using the GO App for iOS and AndroidWi-Fi link in the camera allows to tether your mobile devicRosette attachment to connect the mobi
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My complaints are mostly in the app: The selfie button and 180 degree panorama button does not work. There is slight drift to the camera left still (or locked) which is especially noticeable during a time-lapse. However, in normal usage taking videos or photos-there are no issues.
Minor point - go ahead and calibrate at home every days. If the gimbal isn't level, then you have just lost your money at the time, and if you are out in the open, you might not have the luxury of flat surfaces.
What some say are issues, but aren't:
1) Battery life: True, only 1 hour, but remember that it must power the camera, the gimbal and the WiFi connection - all for something the size of my index finger. If you can scrap up $650 for a camera, an extra $35 or so shouldn't be much of a complaint
2) Sound: Also true, it sucks. It will record me clicking the trigger and moving the joystick. However, I believe the Osmo is designed with modularity in mind. Again, if you have the need for $650 worth of stabilized video, my guess is that you already have a Rode mic or similar.
Anything else has comments on? Feel free to ask. I will be posting a video soon...
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