After a series of Osmo gadgets, DJI has manufactured the Osmo Pocket. It’s the manufacturer’s smallest stabilized cam so far, measuring slightly over four inches tall.
It features a small color touchscreen, to enable viewing and managing your video capture directly from the Osmo Pocket, or you can connect your smartphone through USB-C or Lightning to use your phone as a viewfinder. It is capable of capturing 12-megapixel stills and 4K videos at up to 60 fps.
While the Osmo Pocket measures just four inches it carries a weight of around 116g. It is pocket-friendly due to its foldable mechanism, slides into your pocket with much ease.
Unlike the Osmo, the Pocket features a camera and gimbal tech similar to the ones mounted on DJI’s smaller drones. The camera uses a 1/2.3-inch sensor. The Osmo Pocket is expected to last for up to two hours shooting in 4K but at a lower frame rate of 30 fps. It also has dual microphones for audio recording.
The one-inch responsive display makes it a bit hard when you mount it on a selfie stick, but the smartphone pairing feature comes in handy. Though smaller than previous DJI stabilizers, It still offers advanced shooting modes like object tracking, face tracking, time-lapse, and auto panorama.