DJI’s Osmo Pocket is now the smallest 3-axis stabilized handheld camera that the company has ever designed, and quite possibly the smallest mechanical gimbal available on the market. At 4.8″ tall and weighing 0.25 lb,it includes a 1/2.3-inch sensor, 80-degree FOV, and f/2.0 aperture – the same sensor size used in the Mavic Pro, Mavic Air, and Mavic 2 Zoom. The device can shoot stabilized 4K video at up to 60 fps and captures 12MP stills, while offering 100 Mb/s transfer speeds as well as an HDR photo mode. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review, additional pictures and information.
In addition to its native capabilities, the Osmo Pocket supports various accessories that expands its use cases even more. They include: a combination charge-and-store case, a wireless module for Bluetooth + Wi-Fi connectivity, tripod mount, ND filter kit, and lots more. You’ll also find an intuitive touchscreen for easy operation, ergonomic, single-handed design, universal connection port for your smartphone, and a passive cooling system that keeps operation quiet and performance consistent. More information.
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Users familiar with DJI drones will recognize both ActiveTrack and Motionlapse modes. ActiveTrack allows you to select a target for the Osmo Pocket to track and record; while Motionlapse is DJI’s take on time lapse video, allowing you to condense an entire day into a single, stabilized shot. That’s not all, either. The Pocket also includes additional photog-friendly functions, such as Panorama, FPV, and NightShot—each mode aimed at giving users a unique way to capture the moment. These features can be accessed using the new DJI Mimo app, which was designed to give DJI Osmo Pocket users a powerful editing and storytelling tool.