DJI Osmo Pocket vs GoPro Hero 7 Series: A Quick Comparison Review

Meet the Osmo Pocket: DJI's all-new stabilized camera

DJI Osmo Pocket: The World's Smallest 3-Axis Stabilized 4K Camera

The DJI Osmo Pocket is available to pre-order from today priced at $349.

Sitting on a three-axis gimbal, the camera has a 1/2.3-inch sensor that can take 12-megapixel photographs and record 4K videos up to 60fps at 100Mbps in stunning detail.

The device is only four inches tall, but features a stabilized camera, a 1-inch touchscreen, and a whole bevy of smart features. All of these options can be found in the companion DJI Mimo app for smartphones.

The DJI Osmo Pocket is an interesting little device. This multifunctional expansion interface connects Osmo Pocket to your smartphone, as well as an ever-growing suite of accessories that sets you free to film in any way.

When turned off, the gimbal moves the camera, and then the whole unit can fit into a small case, which you can pocket while on the go.

DJI's Osmo Pocket camera will likely compete with GoPro's Hero 7, which offers stability through its digital HyperSmooth technology rather than a mechanical gimbal like the Osmo Pocket.

Meet the Osmo Pocket: DJI's all-new stabilized camera

The most recent version of that camera is fairly small, but comes with a significant thousand dollar cost, and that's something the Osmo Pocket aims to do away with, reaching a smaller size and a smaller price tag of $599 locally.

The DJI Osmo Pocket is an impressively small camera on a three-axis gimbal to stabilize your video and photos. Osmo Pocket software stitches them together automatically so you can focus on the framing of the scene.

The tiny mechanically-stabilized camera can be connected to a smartphone to provide a large viewing screen.

DJI has also launched a bunch of accessories for the DJI Osmo Pocket, and here are the information about the official add-ons.

Waterproof Case**- Bring a unique underwater perspective to your footage using the Waterproof Case which can be placed at a depth of 60 meters. Motionlapse, on the other hand, adds smooth camera movement for dramatic effects on top of Timelapse shots.

Controller Wheel: Equipped with a dial for precise pan and tilt control, as well as two operation buttons for improved shooting composition. Along with the Pocket Camera, DJI has created a dedicated app to pair with the Osmo. For those who take their active camera work seriously, it's definitely going to be worth consideration.

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