DJI Osmo Camera Grip

Oct 12, 2015

Category: Tech

DJI has been dominating the camera drones game for years with its run of Phantom models that always contain the latest technologies. Now, the Chinese company has taken their drone innovation abilities and applied them to the DJI Osmo, a camera grip that works as a stabilization rig.

The grip is a highly portable unit, and it has an ergonomic frame. It features fully stabilized 4K capabilities, a 12 megapixel camera, and tripod-free long exposure snaps. The camera makes shaky videos a thing of the past by using a 3-axis gimbal, which allows the camera to move freely with a full range of motion. It can also capture in 120fps for slow motion videos. The camera uses interchangeable lenses, allowing photographers to capture the shots that they’re looking to capture with ease. Its companion app will allow you to use your smartphone as a viewfinder, and it gives you the ability to tinker with settings. It’s available now for $649. [Purchase]

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