Monthly Archives: February 2020
DJI Goggles create a brand new way to see the world. Giving you and your friends a view from above like never before. You might have many questions about it, such as which drone models are compatible with the goggles, what kind of intelligent features it has, what is special about the Ocusync system, or how comfortable it is to wear. Well, it is your lucky day as we have all the answers and more.
The DJI Goggles are designed for easy FPV flying, providing both seamless control and crystal clear views. All newer DJI aircraft models work seamlessly with the DJI Goggles. It works wirelessly with the Mavic Pro and supports everything from the Phantom 3 Advanced to the Inspire 2, through its HDMI port. More importantly, when connected through USB, the same head track
Everyone was buzzing at CES 2018 when DJI announced its handheld camera gimbal, the Ronin-S. That was back in January. Four long months later, it's finally here. But as the saying goes, "It's always better to arrive late than to arrive ugly." Ladies and gentleman, the Ronin-S actually exists and is a thing of beauty.
Not to be confused with the Osmo Mobile, the Ronin-S is a single-handed DSLR or mirrorless camera gimbal for the videographer or vlogger who wants to step up from smartphones into the world of dedicated camera gear.
So, what better way to celebrate the Ronin-S's prolonged labor than to dive right in and see what you get right from the box.
The DJI Ronin-S is finally here, which means that DSLR camera users now have access to pro-level handheld camera stabilization. The Ronin series has become a standard tool on movie sets of all sizes, and this latest addition brings excellent camera stabilization technology to its most compact design yet. So small, in fact, you can use it with one hand!
Mavic 2 Pro VS Mavic 2 Zoom: The Differences
So what’s the difference? Putting it simply, the main difference between Zoom and Pro is in their cameras.
Here is their camera comparison table:
DJI’s Mavic 2 is finally here! The new Mavic 2 comes in two editions – the Mavic 2 Pro and the Mavic 2 Zoom. You can check out our Mavic 2 in-depth comparison article to find out their differences. However, a lot of you might be more curious about what the difference is between the Mavic 2 series and Mavic Pro. To answer this question, we summed up the main differences between the Mavic 2 series and the Mavic Pro.
Mavic 2 Series VS Mavic Pro Overview
Let’s first look at the table. It shows the differences between Mavic 2 series and Mavic Pro.
This year, DJI launched both the Osmo Mobile 2 and Osmo Pocket. Both devices give you the ability to transform your everyday moments into cinematic adventures, but there are some big differences. Here, we’ll be comparing the two, looking at the key features of both devices to help you find out which product is most suitable for you. Let’s get started!
Ease of Use
At just 116g, Osmo Pocket is the clear winner in the weight department. True to its name, Osmo Pocket is incredibly easy to transport; slip it into your pocket and take it along anywhere.
In November, Osmo Pocket was launched, bringing a game-changing 3-axis stabilized handheld camera to the market. Since then, we’ve seen many amazing videos shot with Osmo Pocket. Osmo Pocket’s extremely portable size makes it easy to capture smooth, high-quality footage wherever your adventure takes you. The best camera is the one you can take with you, and now, we will guide you through some fantastic Osmo Pocket accessories to help improve your shooting, storage, and device maintenance.
Accessories to Improve Your Shooting Experience
Controller Wheel Buy Now
This handy accessory adds an extra level of precision when you shoot with your Osmo Pocket. Once affixed
The Mavic 2 Zoom has a lot going for it: excellent battery life, 1/2.3-inch sensor, and fantastic range. However, its unique zoom lens is what makes it so compelling. With fantastic features like the Dolly Zoom, DJI has achieved incredible flexibility with this new addition to the Mavic series.
Yes, you can now shoot more discreetly from further away. However, you can also compress any scene with longer focal lengths, synching the foreground and backgro
The DJI Smart Controller is one of those accessories you don’t realize how much you need until you try it out. For a long time, I have been using my tablet when flying my Mavics. And while I definitely enjoy the large iPad screen, the burden of carrying multiple accessories around did make it somewhat of a hassle. Sure it only takes an extra minute or so to set up, but it wasn’t just the time that was the issue. You were now dealing with cables, mounts, the tablet, tablet holder, and then constraints from battery life. I first got a taste of what it was like to have a built-in monitor when flying the Phantom 4 Pro+. I must say, the seamless process of transporting, booting up, and flying with just the remote and drone is a much more pleasant experience.
Unboxing the DJI Smart Controller was simple. All there was in t