The Four-inch High Pocket Osmo has a three-axis gimbal for stability. It also includes a 1 / 2.3-inch sensor, dual microphones and up to two hours of battery life while recording video in 4K. The unique in-touch touch screen allows users to access various functions, such as ActiveTrack, which allows the camera to track certain subjects, and FaceTrack, which recognizes and locks the faces. There are also Timelapse and Motionlapse modes, 4 and 9 panorama options and FPV mode that allows you to record video from your perspective.
Additionally, DJI Mimo, a new application, offers additional features – including Pro Mode, which gives you more control over camera settings – and when users connect their mobile devices to the camera via a USB-C or Lightning adapter, the application can serve like a monitor. And DJI offers a number of accessories, including a wireless module, control wheel, filters and a charging case.
The design of DJI's Osmo Pocket is likely to compete with GoPro's Hero 7, which offers stability through its digital HyperSmooth technology, rather than a mechanical gimbal like the Osma Pocket. The new DJI camera is a price similar to Hero 7, which comes with $ 349. From today you can turn the Pocket Osmo Pocket and start shipping on December 15th.