DJI Osmo Pocket Gimbal
DJI Osmo Pocket Gimbal Features:
DJI Osmo Pocket slowed things down to a rate of 4x at 1080p, but DJI Pocket 2 doubles that with This is ideal for capturing details you don’t want to miss, like the time your brother tried to make dinner and spilled maple syrup everywhere.
Both DJI Pocket 2 and Osmo Pocket let you capture impressive 180° and 3×3 panoramas, great for capturing expansive views. Only this time, Pocket 2 introduces pano fast stitching, which allows you to view the pano right on the touchscreen. This added convenience lets you get more out of your pocket camera directly.
Mini Control Stick
This tiny DJI Pocket 2 joystick allows you to move the gimbal in all directions or zoom in and out as you wish, granting even more precision and control.
For an optimal recording experience, the DJI Pocket 2 Do-It-All Handle integrates seamlessly with many accessories.
This tiny tripod made specifically for DJI Pocket 2 enables even more stability, such as when creating a panorama or a timelapse.
Just like Osmo Pocket, DJI Pocket 2 has a dedicated charging case that charges and stores the mini video stabilizer. It can also store two microSD cards, four ND filters, and two smartphone adapters. Just keep in mind that because of sizing differences, the Osmo Pocket Charging Case is not compatible with DJI Pocket 2 or vice versa.
DJI Pocket 2 vs Osmo Pocket: Which One Should You Get?
DJI Osmo Pocket is still one of the most convenient handheld gimbals out there. However, thanks to a wide range of impressive accessories such as the Do-It-All Handle and various upgrades like 64MP photos and a 1/1.7-inch sensor, DJI Pocket 2 has a clear upper hand. DJI Pocket 2 is easier to use and is a more capable filmmaking device, with impressive audio to match. If you’re looking for a pocket-sized filmmaking solution that is convenient, compact, and delivers stunning creative content, DJI Pocket 2 is the mini camera for you.