DJI introduced their new product Osmo Pocket which is the smallest handheld stabilizer the company have ever made. The new device will help you shoot footage like the same size of GoPro. The Osmo Pocket costs $349 and ships December 15th.
The Chinese company Dà-Jiāng Innovations (DJI) is well known for manufacturing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), for aerial photography and videography.
The Osmo Pocket is just four inches tall, and weighs 116g, it consists of a camera that sits on the three-axis gimbal uses a 1/2.3-inch sensor and can capture 4K footage at up to 60 frames per second at 100Mbps.
DJI says that the Pocket can last upto two hours of shooting in 4K at a slightly lower frame rate of 30 fps. The Osmo Pocket also take 12MP photos, and it has dual microphones for recording audio.
The Poclet have a tiny one-inch touchscreen from where users can frame their shot or toggle through settings. The one inch screen makes it a bit stiff to use at arm’s length, but users can also plug their iPhone or Android phone (it comes with USB-C and Apple Lightning adapters) into a modular port on the side of the Osmo Pocket for a bigger viewing screen and more granular controls, using the DJI’s new app.
But being smaller than the usual DJI stabilizers, the Pocket still offers some of the advanced shooting modes we get in most deveices, like object tracking, face tracking, time-lapse, and auto panorama.