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DJI Osmo

Handheld 12MP/4K Camera with a Brushless Gimbal

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Motion without blur. Action shots without shake. Perfect video even when you move. Thanks to advanced technologies specifically designed to keep the camera flat no matter how you move it, the DJI Osmo helps you record videos and take photos like never before. It is much more than just a camera. It helps you create with more freedom than ever.

DJI is known for being the world’s dominant drone company, but today it announced a different kind of product. Say hello to the DJI Osmo, a new handheld camera that lets you shoot 12MP photos and 4K video while being stabilized with a 3-axis brushless gimbal.

“Shoot videos like you never could before, and use new intelligent features to shoot hyperlapse and timelapse photography just like a pro,” DJI says.

The camera system is basically a sleek handheld stabilizer that comes standard with the Inspire 1’s X3 camera, which packs a 1/2.3-inch Sony Exmor R sensor with an ISO range of 100-1600 (100-3200 for video), a 20mm (35mm equiv.) lens with a 94° field of view, and DNG support.


You can also choose to buy the grip for a new X5 camera if you’d like a Micro Four Thirds sensor and mount.

In addition to helping with video stabilization, the advanced gimbal opens the door to new photographic possibilities as well.

Want to shoot a 360-degree photo? The Automatic Panorama mode lets you raise the Osmo above your head, tap the shutter speed, and have the camera automatically spin in a circle and capture a panorama while staying perfectly level.


The stabilization also lets you shoot long-exposure photos and time-lapse sequences without needing a tripod.

Osmo’s hand grip is designed for both durability and ergonomics. Buttons and various controls are placed near your thumb for easy access. You can also attach a smartphone and pair it with the camera if you’d like to see what your camera sees and control the camera with a touchscreen interface.




Other accessories you can attach to the grip’s universal mount include a tripod, a bike mount, or an extension arm.

Here are some sample videos showing what Osmo can capture:

The Osmo will be released later this month with a price tag of $649. If you're keen on getting a group price for it and ok with waiting a little longer, click request to get notified when the group buy goes live.

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joelleong a year ago

This is a problem gopro hasn't solved for years!

joelleong a year ago

This is a problem gopro hasn't solved for years!

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