Fresh off the announcement event, DJI has just announced a new gimbal under its Osmo lineup. Called the Osmo Pocket, it is the smallest stabilized camera in the market – and it connects to your smartphone too.
At only 4-inches or 10 centimeters tall, the Osmo Pocket is barely taller than the larger smartphones in the market now. The 1/2.3-inch sensor inside is a 12-megapixel unit which was adapted from Mavic Air that can capture images as well as 4K video.
It has a small 1-inch screen on the body itself when used as a standalone device. At the same time, you can connect it to your smartphone – either Android or iOS device – with included USB Type-C or Lightning adapters via a modular port.
It may be small, but it still comes with DJI’s excellent shooting modes such as object tracking, face tracking, time-lapse, and auto panorama. It can do two hours of 4K30fps recording per battery charge. When turned off, it folds into itself so it can be slipped into a pocket easily.
The Osmo Pocket will cost USD349 (RM1,463) come December 15 in the US. DJI also will be releasing a slew of accessories such as a Wi-Fi controller, a set of ND filters, a waterproof case, an extension rod, and a 3.5mm adapter for external microphones.
(Source: DJI )