DJI's Pocket 2 brings image upgrades, upgraded audio, and a wider lens

A 3-axis stabilized camera for your pocket.
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DJI Pocket 2

DJI's tiny 3-axis camera is getting some big upgrades in performance with the introduction of the Pocket 2. The new model gets a wider 20mm f/1.8 lens and a larger 1/1.7" sensor that can capture 16MP images and has a video resolution of 4K/60fps at 100Mbps. Upgrades in audio performance include a DJI Matrix Stereo system that features four microphones with Directional Audio to help pick up audio with enhanced clarity and detail. The camera also receives a number of upgraded modes with advanced camera settings, a high-resolution 64MP mode, slow motion capture, timelapse modes, panoramas, and livestreaming. 


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