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DJI Ronin-M 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer
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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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Overall, this is a sturdy and solid piece of equipment for any shooter's kit. For the price point, it's a must have for wedding video and lower end DSLR-type video work.
Backstory: I had used a Ronin M before and new instantly that I had top have one, so last month I bought one. And up util today I fought and fought and could not get my camera (GH4 with Fotasy and Canon 24-105) to balance, or the camera to stabilize
in general, it would shake and then fail repeatedly. So long story short, today I was at a point where I was ready to give it 1 star, tear into DJI and return the device.
But on mine and my team's last attempt to figure it out, I noticed when I accessed the application there was a message that said "battery is not intelligent" which I questioned because it was the battery that came with the device from DJI so why would there be a problem there right? There is a picture of this battery attached.
So I happen to have the battery from my co-worker's Ronin, that I used before I bought mine which is significantly larger and designed differently. After I attached this battery, the Ronin worked perfectly!!!! picture also displayed.
So I will be emailing DJI still, requesting that they send me one of these batteries as my product does not function without it but that being said I hope this solves some of everyone else's issues as it did mine!
The mounted battery is the one that works! The smaller does not, it doesn't have the power.
Turn Roll Smooth Track - ON
Roll Axis 5
Updated after 1 month:
I took this with me to Maui with a GH4 and a 7-14 lens. With the original firmware, it had a tendency to have the roll axis drift after 10 minutes. Upgraded to the latest firmware and this was resolved. Also, it wasn't quite "centered" but again the new firmware took care of this. I used a poorman's easyrig to hike 2 hours to Waikemau Falls with no issue. I was also able to pack the main gimbal into a 28L backpack with the handles in my cargo pants pocket.
I got shots that you could not get with handheld: priceless.
These things are selling like hotcakes. I saw 13 available on Amazaon through CopterShop and within 14 hours they were gone. I was watching for availability for a week and finally got one.
To start off, I'm no filmmaker but I do like to film my kids at competitive soccer, travel footage and all around free move shots with my Lumix GH4. The problem with the 4K at 30FPS is that it will give you a headache with all the jittery hand movements on a 65 inch screen 4K TV.
Why I Got This - Last year I saw the Movi but at $15K or even $10K, it wasn't worth it. I saw the Nebula 4000 but didn't like the shots with the pronounced bobbing and the pain in the gluteus maximus to balance. I liked the PilotFly H1 but again the bobbing motions due to the 8bit processor as well as the unknown reliability was a big concern for me.
I was almost ready to order the Pilotfly H1 and then this came out. I studied all the shots and they are so much better. I did some research and found that the CAMETV-7800 in the same weight class as the Ronin-M at $1200 but no wireless 2nd operator remote. Reliability and build looked like a DIY type of set up. For an extra $200, more reliable and better build.
The CAMETV Mini (a version of the Pilotfly H1) was buggy from what I saw online as well as the 8 bit processor. Now that I got this, I would have to pay someone kick my butt if DJI comes out with a Pilotfly version for $800 six months from now as that is what I really wanted; a small form factor like the PilotFly but with DJI build and ease of use.
But for now, this is as good as I can get it.
Initial review - assembly was about 10 minutes. Balance was super easy, in 10 minutes. If you have ever balanced a manual glide cam, you know what a pain that is like. 30 minutes and if the humidity changes, you have to rebalance.
I couldn't believe how easy this Ronin M was. The DJI Assistant App connected immediately to my iPhone 6 and I did an auto tune. It's all in SmoothTrack which follows your handlebar general direction. Dimensions of the main gimbal (without the handle bars) are 14.25 inches by 11 inches by 4inches. This means that this can be packed into a Pelican 1500 for carry-on. This case is small enough to fit into a 30Liters backpack. The tuning stand can be collapsed and strapped to the backpack.
The plan is to pack this into the Pelican 1500. I plan to build a variation on the CheesyCam variation of the EasyRig so that I don't have to carry the full load of the gimbal.
here is the youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cWuDxFrn88