DJI has always been the top market seller when it comes to taking motion and motionless picture. They have always won the heart of millions of people with their products, and among those all DJI Osmo Pocket is one such product.
The Osmo Pocket is an all-in-one camera with a built-in stabilizer, as its name suggests, it is pocket-sized and incredibly easy to use. It is a hand-held camera stabilizer that records stabilized 4K video and smooth moving time lapses without having to carry around additional full-sized DSLR gimbal and bulky camera gear.
Over the few years, YouTube vlogging has been increasing tremendously – modern days vlogs, with their sharp editing and many establishing shots, take a lot of precision and patience to shoot, and that’s where a camera like the Osmo Pocket comes in. The smoothness of the resulting video is stunning for the Osmo Pocket’s miniature size.
The DJI Osmo Pocket measures 121.9 x 36.9 x 28.6mm and weighs 116g. It only has two buttons making stand-alone operation very easy. The button on the right turns the Osmo Pocket on, touchscreen controls allow you to select different modes, access settings or to recenter the camera, and review files. The button on the left with the red dot allows you to start recording footage or shooting photos. The Osmo Pocket includes a universal port that accepts small Lighting and USB-C adapters. Slot one of these adapters into the port and you can instantly connect to your smart-phones.
The biggest draw of the DJI Osmo Pocket is its ability to shoot stabilized 4K video footage at 30 or 60 fps. And it can also shoot slow-motion 1080p at 120 fps. The camera stabilization of it is really impressive and is easier to use than larger stabilizers and seems to be just reliable. The moment you turn the gadget on the camera rotates into place to begin tracking whatever might be in front of it.
As you move the gimbal moves with you to create impressively smooth footage. The DJI Osmo Pocket puts video stabilization in the palm of your hand, with a small camera like that you can take smooth footage thanks to a 3-axis gimbal. It’s so small that it can fit into your pocket, and does not hog your smart-phones. It’s not as durable as a GoPro and its microphone isn’t the best, but it still can be improved in the coming days. DJI Osmo Pocket price in Nepal is 48,000.
- 25.7mm (equiv) F2 lens (80 degrees FOV)
- 1/2.3″ CMOS sensor
- 12MP resolution
- 4K Ultra HD video: 3840 x 2160 24/25/30/48/50/60p,
- FHD: 1920×1080 24/25/30/48/50/60/120p
- ISO 100-3200
- Built-in gimbal
- Weight: 116g / 4oz
- Dimensions: 121.9 x 36.9 x 28.6 mm
- MicroSD slot up to 256GB
- LiPo 875 mAH 6.738 Wh battery, 140 mins operating time when shooting 1080p/30 fps video
- 48 KHz AAC audio output
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