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DJI Osmo Pocket


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Device description
Osmo Pocket's miniature 3-axis stabilizer smooths camera movements, turning a regular video into a scene from a movie, be it a beautiful sunset or the baby’s first steps.

Osmo Pocket creates incredible images from everyday moments.
1/2, 3-inch matrix, a viewing angle of 80 ° and a f / 2.0 aperture provide
amazing picture quality, and the camera can record video in 4K
at 100 Mbps and get 12-megapixel images with a pixel size of 1.55 microns.

Osmo Pocket is more than smooth shooting and high quality images. The intelligent features of ActiveTrack, Dynamic Timelapse (Motionlapse) and Panorama 3x3 (3x3 Panorama) open up new shooting possibilities.

ORIGINAL VIDEO WITHOUT TREATMENT (4K @ 25)
Device characteristics
Dimensions 121.9 × 36.9 × 28.6 mm
Weight 116 g

CAMERA
1 / 2.3 "CMOS matrix
Effective Pixels: 12 million
Lens Viewing Angle: 80 ° F2.0
ISO range Photo: 100–3200
Videos: 100–3200
Exposure range 8–1 / 8000 s
Max. image resolution 4000 × 3000 pixels
Modes of photography Single-shot, panorama, time-lapse, dynamic time-lapse
4K Ultra HD video resolution: 3840 × 2160 24/25/30/48/50 / 60p
FHD: 1920 × 1080 24/25/30/48/50/60
Auto Video Modes
Max. 100 Mbps video bitrate
Supported file formats are FAT32 (≤32 GB), exFAT (>64 GB)
Photo JPEG / JPEG + DNG
Video MP4 / MOV (MPEG-4 AVC / H.264)
Compatible microSD memory cards, (max. Capacity: 256 GB)
48 kHz audio output, AAC format

STABILIZER
Working range of rotation angles Rotation: -230 ° ... + 50 °
Slope: -95 ° ... + 50 °
Roll: ± 45 °
Max. adjustable speed 120 ° / s

BATTERY
Type Lithium Polymer
Capacity 875 mAh
Energy 6,738 W / h
Voltage 7.7 V
Operating temperature range 0 ° ... + 40 ° C
Operating time 140 min.
Charging time 73 min.
Shooting time:
4K60 - 40 min
4K30 - 60 min
1080p30 - 140 min
Useful information
Accessory kit:

Battery cover
Used for storing and charging Osmo Pocket with space for two microSD memory cards, four neutral density filters and two connectors for smartphones.

Wireless module
Provides Osmo Pocket connection to a smartphone via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi to control and transfer data.

Regulator
It consists of a wheel for controlling the axis of rotation and tilt and two buttons to control the composition of the shooting.

Neutral density filter kit
Reduces the amount of light entering the matrix, and allows you to control camera settings with any lighting.

Waterproof case
Accessory for shooting with Osmo Pocket at a depth of 60 m - smooth frames and detailed images even in dim light.

Case
Provides protection for the Osmo Pocket when carrying.

3.5 mm adapter
Allows you to use an external microphone to improve the sound quality.

Smartphone adapter
The smartphone adapter (Lightning, USB-C) allows you to connect your smartphone to the Osmo Pocket and use the DJI Mimo app.

Monopod
Consists of a retractable rod, a joystick stabilizer, buttons on the handle and 1/4-inch tripod.

Accessories mount
Two different mounts for accessories.
Platform Compatibility
Android, iOS


Post has been editedcmotpu - 06.12.18, 15:49



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An interesting camera. As I understand it, this is the first action camera with a built-in 3 axial stub. In Sony, an optical stub, in a goopro digital, and then a mechanical one. Plus a variable focus, it seems, and this is the first camera.



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Hufflepuff @ 11/29/18, 20:17*
In Sony, an optical stub, in a goopro digital, and then a mechanical one.



These are all different things. Gimbals are called stabilizers, but they do not remove shaking, because three-axial, not five-axial. Gimbal will not replace the optical stabilizer with Sony or digital with Goupro - it only holds the horizon and the direction of the shooting, can perform smooth panning and straighten the operator's “curvature”.

But the product is really interesting, a videobloger dream. The only thing I would like to see on it is the Hasselblad camera, as in the Mavic2 Pro :-)

Post has been editedmatvenson - 29.11.18, 21:21



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An interesting camera ... I would like to take pictures in HDR, on the other hand, for 60fps it will probably take a long time, but for 30fps we could do it. From what confuses, there is no video output such as micro hdmi, wireless communication with smart via BT or wifi only through the optional adapter (I wonder why?). The Mimo application has not yet been released, and how it will work with your smart is another question. The 4k bitrate, as I understand it, is higher than that of Hiro 7, where the “smartphones” 78mb for 4k @ 60fps look quite sour IMHO, but for 4k @ 60 I would like to have more than 100mbit out of the box. Now for more or less decent cameras a bitrate of 72mbits in 4k @ 30 is the bottom. I liked the price and optics without an ultra-wide angle like on action cameras (hi “barrel” and “soap”), as well as the option to choose 50fps in the TV.



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Sser888 @ 11/29/18, 10:49 PM*
... From what confuses, there is no video output of the type of micro hdmi, wireless communication with smart via BT or wifionly via an optional adapter (I wonder what?) ...


Not only. Included are two adapters for connecting iPhone or Android devices with USB-C. But, to be honest, they look like something “liquid” when smart keeps on only one plug, well, or vice versa.
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But it may be optional casing-frame for different models of smart.
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I also liked the box for storing the camera with recharging, and you can also hide SD cards, ND filters, adapters in the same place.
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And I really hope that this accessory can be used with GoPro mounts.
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Matvenson @ 11/29/18, 20:15*
These are all different things. Gimbals are called stabilizers, but they do not remove shaking, because three-axial, not five-axial. Gimbal will not replace the optical stabilizer with Sony or digital with Goupro - it only holds the horizon and the direction of the shooting, can perform smooth panning and straighten the operator's “curvature”.

But the product is really interesting, a videobloger dream. The only thing I would like to see on it is the Hasselblad camera, as in the Mavic2 Pro


I agree only with the fact that they are different things. Not one optical or digital stabilizer will replace the mechanical one;). There are enough comparisons on YouTube to understand. A familiar photographer for his Sony α7S II with five-axis stabilization still bought the stabilizer DJI Ronin-S anyway.
And about GoPro. As soon as I insert my Hero6 into the Gopro Karma Grip stabilizer, the digital stabilization in the camera is automatically switched off and not included in the stabilizer. The question is - why? If these are different things.

The only thing that confuses me so far is some kind of autofocus bugs.

But I think that DJI will correct it with an update, or the defective camera got caught in the reviewer: rofl:



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mr.Fix01 @ 11/30/18, 5:03*
But, to be honest, they look like something “liquid” when the smart keeps on the plug alone

Yes, this solution does not look particularly reliable, if you touch the smart when shooting, the consequences are easy to predict, it’s good that there is a built-in display and duplication of settings.



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Mr.Fix01 @ 11/30/18, 06:07*
I agree only with the fact that they are different things. Not one optical or digital stabilizer will replace the mechanical one;).


So I'm not saying what to replace :-)
Supplement - yes. Gimbals do not remove vibrations, they keep the angle of the shooting, and due to this displacement of the camera they do not give a bump in the frame. Far objects at the same time are very stable in the frame, and shaking at others is noticeable, especially when you ride a bike.
I shoot on a camera with an optical stub, fixed in a gimbal, so the camera stub fights with micro vibrations along the horizontal and vertical axes and the close objects do not flicker.
Turning off the digital camera stub in the goupro is quite understandable - tsifrostab spoils the picture a bit, reduces the frame boundaries. If the camera is on karma, there is nothing left to keep the digital stub by default in order to get the highest possible picture quality.
I will wait for a new osmo until there are very few shots from it, until it comes out ... One advertisement, there will be no honest reviews before the official release.

Post has been editedmatvenson - 30.11.18, 08:43



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There is one thing that makes this camera for smart owners withmicro usb non-usable. The fact is that the device requires activation when it is first turned on, i.e. installation of the application, accounting and communication through a wireless adapter, which is unclear how much it costs and when it will be. It turns out the camera is interesting only to owners of devices with taip s or epplovtsam. Correct if wrong.



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Sser888 @ 11/30/18 08:42*
There is one thing that makes this camera for smart owners with micro usable non-usable.


So adapters exist micro usb - type with
I think it will work



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* cmotpu ,
I would like to believe, but the idea of ​​not building in wireless modules in the camera is in my opinion erroneous. This is despite the fact that formally the subject can work without a smart.

Post has been editedSser888 - 30.11.18, 10:57



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Sser888 @ 11/30/18, 10:57*
but the idea of ​​not building wireless modules into the camera is in my opinion erroneous.

Maybe for cheaper done. Who needs it, he will buy an additional unit, who does not need it, he can connect it directly or with a cord (such as an extension cord). In general, from the accessories I would take the filters, the battery case and the cord for connecting an external microphone. Well, something to put on a tripod, the wind will blow such a baby off the bridge if you write a long timelapse.



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It is possible that without a wired station just under timelaps or broadcast. Put. Connected power. I found our camera in the wifi network and write video or time-lapse directly on a laptop or PC.



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1. WiFi could be embedded in it and not through the stand, so using a wifi stub with a bank will not work.
2. There is no 1/4 connector, so fixing it on all kinds of self-stick with simultaneous control over wifi is problematic. Yes, he has his own selfie stick, but the price is unclear and not very long, and indeed the time-lapse with the wind cannot be recorded normally - it will blow off.
3. For all the possible reviews that came out on the same day, he is being touted, but I see a possible minus of stabilization are steps. The reviews are clearly visible steps. Yes, no one speaks with him to run, but for large stubs with a long handle the steps are smoothed better, unless of course you hold the stub like a candle. Immediately with this, it may not be very good, unless you attach it to a monopod, it is not clear what kind of mount.
4. Battery. Did not understand it is removable at least?

on item 1. clarified. in the wifi module there seems to be a USB-C port, the adapter costs 53 pounds
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Post has been editedatrom - 30.11.18, 14:42



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Those. For good, to the price of a subject you need to add another wifi adapter, this will be a complete solution.



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Of the additional accessories on of.sayte there are only three types for pre-order. These are Osmo Pocket Controller Wheel, Osmo Pocket Wireless Module, Osmo Pocket Accessory Mount. You can order them individually or in a set that is cheaper.
Add. accessories Osmo Pocket



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atrom @ 11/30/18 13:25*
...four. Battery. Did not understand it is removable at least?


Unfortunately not, not removable. Enough at 1:40 shooting.
I really hope that the mount on the Osmo Pocket Accessory Mount is the same as on the GoPro, then you can use a tripod from the prot and the rest. I do not want to glue another mount on the helmet: rofl:



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mr.Fix01 @ 11/30/18, 17:38*
Unfortunately not, not removable. Enough at 1:40 shooting.


Vanguey, that this is the same as DJI Mavic Air 21 minutes on the passport flies: D

The main thing is to be able to shoot with external power connected.



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GoPro seems to me to have a very handy thing, this is a recording from the standby mode. When the camera seems to be asleep and turned on for recording by pressing a button, it turns off after stopping. Thus it turns out to save battery. For this thing probably will not work.



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zirvistramir @ 1.12.18, 8:22*
The GoPro 78 is for the HEVC codec, that is, the new advanced h265, and it is 2 times more effective than the old AVC (h264).
In other words, 78 in HEVC is conditionally equal to 156 old AVC. That means 50% bit rate is higher than DJI Osmo Pocket.

Thank you, did not know this moment.



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Sser888 @ 01.12.18, 12:28*
did not know this moment.

* Sser888,
The quality of any codec depends on the processing power of the processor. To demonstrate all the beauty of the 265 codec, you need power higher than the capabilities of the GP-7, although among the action games this is the most productive percent. With insufficient resources, 265 can also work. but picture quality suffers. How to be Marketers rule. The demand for memory savings is higher than the demand for high quality. Moreover, it is so that refusals from camera purchases are possible due to the price of the necessary memory. If GP-7 had a choice between 264 and 265, many, I think, would stop at 264 with a double stream. So 264 in Osma makes me happy. By the way, it is not clear why the paid 265th, and not the free Google VP9? Politics however ...
http://mediasat.info/2015/08/14/h265-vs-vp9/

Post has been editedzherebil - 01.12.18, 14:52


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