DJI Osmo+ Handheld Gimbal Camera

Aug 30, 2016

Category: Tech

Ever wonder how videographers get the camera to feel like it is just floating around the room or over terrain? The answer is surprisingly simple – gimbals. Used primarily by professionals, they eliminate shake and make for a clean and steady shot no matter what you’re doing. Now, thanks to DJI’s release of their Osmo+, you can bring that professional quality into your own home videos.

While this is only DJI’s second dedicated handheld gimbal release, they’re far from amateurs in the area of high quality video. Not only does their new Osmo+ feature a professional grade 3-axis stabilization system for smooth shots, it also boasts a hefty 7x zoom for getting those far away shots. Along with being able to eliminate all that shake and zoom in close on a subject, users will have the ability to capture moments in 4k video at 30 frames per second, in full HD, or at 1080p 100 frames per second, or in 12 megapixel still images shot in a RAW format. Can you submit home videos to the Oscars? Prices are set at $650. [Purchase]

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