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

4.1 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews
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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
  • The battery life is rated upto 4 hours. The gimbal will hold up to 16-pound camera, so if you use a very heavy camera like this, the gimbal motors must work very hard and battery life will be 1 hour or less. If you use light camera like EOS Rebel, battery life will be full 4 hours.
  • 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 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.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 20 x 16 x 16 inches
Item Weight 25 pounds
Shipping Weight 49.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B00LP8N6YS
Item model number Ronin
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
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4.1 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #9,560 in Camera & Photo
#81 in Camera & Photo > Binoculars & Scopes > Telescopes > Refractors
#953 in Electronics > Camera & Photo > Video > Quadcopters & Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com July 11, 2014

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The Ronin came sooner than I expected, which started everything off right. I had spent hours on YouTube before making the purchase learning the balancing science as all videos made it sound difficult. It may be that I'd watched so many, but when I received mine; I didn't have any problem balancing it. I ran into one issue when I wanted to use a friends A7s at first, it was later resolved when I realized that I could not auto tune the lighter cameras light the Gh4 and the A7s. Lowering the Stiffness to somewhere around Pan at 20 Tilt at 15 and Roll at 40 all of the vibrations went away and it worked great. I personally use a Black Magic Cinema Camera and after Auto Tuning it I'm set at 61 across the board per the Ronin's auto settings. If you want to be able to get those straight out of the box or in this case, straight out of the case smooth shots; the Ronin is your pick. I've tricked mine out with various things but take it down depending on what i'm doing. This is a great piece of gear to have. It has a price tag on it; however I highly recommend it. I Personal found the best articulating arm to be the Noga DG9014CA Cine Arm. I saw got it from B&H $129. The view finder that I use to help the BMCC See, lol is the Cineroid EVF4RVW with Retina Display $995, I got it for $899.
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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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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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My initial impression to the DJI Ronin was mixed. I immediately realized just how heavy and bulky the case was as the UPS guy struggled to bring it to the front door. I opened it and immediately fell in love with the latches on the case and inside, each component was nicely organized with additional space for extra batteries, accessories, etc. I struggled with the stand but eventually got each arm to deploy. The stand is small which would be ideal on a table but I used part of it along with a c stand to do my balancing. I loosened the adjustment knobs and one of them broke immediately. I couldn't believe it. I had to use an Allen wrench to do any tightening/loosening.

I balanced my BMCC along with a Tokina lens, turned on the Ronin and it began to rumble and shake. I read through the troubleshooting and watched several YouTube videos. I made sure all of the connections were tight, updated the firmware, re-balanced and lowered the motor stiffness - this took care of that problem. The biggest problem I ran into was the fact that the pan motor didn't engage.

I tried everything I could think of (re-balance, try different camera/lens, use PC software, adjust each setting in the phone app, etc). I even had someone who had great success with the Ronin-M take a look, and eventually my wife insisted she try to get it to work properly. Well, we did get it to work for about 10 seconds, and a huge smile spread across my face. THIS WAS AWESOME. I loved it. Then the pan motor gave up again. I had had enough and decided to return the Ronin.

So, did I just get a lemon so to speak? Probably. I know many have had great success with the Ronin. That's why I ask, where's the quality control?
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Heavy....heavy...and heavy. I'm not sure what the problem was but I could never get it tuned just right to get smooth shots out of my camera. Ordered the Ronin M and it's been a night and day difference. Maybe it was operator error but I'm much happier with the smaller Ronin M which can be carried around for much longer periods of time.
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