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DJI creates the smallest 3-axis stabilized camera on the market

The new Osmo fits right in the palm of your hand.
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DJI Osmo Pocket

DJI is shrinking its 3-axis stabilization system for a new version of Osmo that puts a mechanical gimbal into your pocket. This means handheld video with cinematic shots and you can shoot in 4K at 60 fps or snap 12 MP photos. Other features include a whole suite of accessories that make the Osmo Pocket even more versatile with add-ons such as a controller wheel for more better pan and tilt controls, a wireless module for transferring videos via Bluetooth, an extension rod, and smartphone adapters for iOS and Android. Battery life is rated at about 140 minutes and they've also developed a dedicated app called Mimo that helps you shoot and edit all your Osmo Pocket content. 


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