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DJI Ronin-M 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer
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- Ronin-M Transmitter (Controller)
- Ronin-M 4S Battery
- Battery Charger
- Handle Bar
- Turning Stand
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Capture shots with DJI Ronin-M 3-Axis Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer that are impossible with any other setup. Switch effortlessly between the 3 modes of operation, without adjusting any settings or needing a 2nd operator remote. Weighing just 5 pounds (2.3kg), about half the weight of the original Ronin, the slimmed down Ronin-M is small enough to fit into your backpack and take anywhere, yet strong enough to support camera setups weighing up to 8 pounds (3.6kg). Save time and start shooting professionally stabilized video in less than 5 minutes. Mount your camera to the Ronin-M, quickly balance it, and then tap a button. The upgraded ATS (Auto Tune Stability) technology is more precise than before and completes the tuning and balancing processes with no tools necessary. It is easy and efficient. Capture tight shots, even when you have almost no space to work, and easily transport your Ronin-M. The top handle bars quickly and easily twist off, allowing you to minimize its size, achieve different shooting configurations, and pack or unpack it in seconds.Your Ronin-M stands up to rugged use in any filming environment. Featuring a superbly strong and rigid magnesium frame, the Ronin-M brings increased stiffness and reduced weight. Notoriously difficult to manufacture and mold, magnesium brings you a new, more exact shooting experience while maintaining easy maneuverability and increasing options on set. Increased rigidity is provided by a single, complete piece of fine-tooled magnesium that forms the U-shaped arm holding the camera plate. Only made possible by DJI's large manufacturing reach and expertise, this unified design eliminates imperfections that are common in systems made of multiple pieces assembled together. This arm gives you not only greater stability but also reliability, as there is no potential for separate pieces to come loose or move apart. Even with only one operator, SmoothTrack technology ensures the Ronin-M translates your movements into smooth
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I bought a Pelican 1510 roller case that you can carry on an airplane and it fits perfectly in there. The handle bars completely come apart so this is so compact. I even fit this in the top of my camera backpack on a trip to Haiti. I had to pack the tuning stand (which is also compact) into my tripod case, but that was totally fine because it's small.
I can confidently put a 60D on it with a 20mm lens on it.
I can NOT confidently put my 6D on this with a 35mm f1.4 L series lens on it. It's very difficult to balance perfectly. You think it's balanced, but then the side motor gets really hot and it will shut down. So you re-balance it and then it works fine for a bit, or so you think. After reviewing the shots later the tilt in the shot is bouncy because the camera still wasn't balanced well. You might have better luck, but it hasn't worked great for me. The lighter 60D with a 20mm works just fine, the image quality isn't as great on the 60D though.
I use a SmallHD DP4 monitor on it as well. In the standard mode, or flipping it upside in the overhead mode, this works incredibly. Batteries typically lasted all day even though I wasn't using it for every shot. I'd say 4-5 hours of use.
For the 60D it's also super easy to balance, and easy to use the DJI Assistant app on my iPhone to dial in the response to panning, tilting and rolling.
I keep the tuning stand handy so I can set it down from time to time. You can secure the Ronin-M to the stand with some included Velcro straps, but the one issue is it only came with 2 straps. You need 3. I ordered some off of Amazon - there's a 3 pack. You need one to secure the battery area to the stand at the back, the other 2 straps hold the Yoke arms to the bottom two legs. From there you can carry it around by the top handle to various places during your event shoot, unhook the velcro, pick it up, do some shots, set it back down.
Also the tuning stand is light weight but it's sort of crappy. I put it in my tripod bag and checked it. When it arrived one of the legs had fallen out of the socket as if they didn't put much glue on it - I had to use superglue on it to stick it back in. Just keep some on hand if you plan to travel with this.
If you're planning to shoot a lot on small DSLR cameras, this really is the perfect rig. If you think you'll add a camera/lens combo that is over 8 pounds, I'd get the larger version or another gimbal system.
Kind of upset that I invested so much money into one piece of equipment that is so unreliable.
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Backstory: I had used a Ronin M before and new instantly that I had top have one, so last month I bought...Read more
Does not function as advertised. I regret not listening to other reviews I saw.Read more