DJI Osmo Stabilized Handheld 4K Camera
Take smooth video that doesn’t shake as you move around with this stabilized 4K video camera. A three-axis stabilization built into the hand grip keeps the camera totally steady as you move, making video appear sharper and more professional.
Whether you’re flying downhill on a mountain bike or taking a leisurely stroll along the beach, the Osmo’s three-axis handheld gimbal keeps the camera steady, practically eliminating motion blur and shakiness. The result is clear, smooth video that looks like it was shot professionally.
Stunning 4K Ultra HD Video
Capture the crisp outline of every leaf in a landscape, or every sphere of dog slobber during a game of fetch, thanks to stunning 4K Ultra HD (UHD) video recording. With four times the resolution of 1080p Full HD video, even the tiniest features stand out in the camera’s footage, turning seemingly mundane details into powerful reminders of how a graduation, party, or day at the park felt.
An included smartphone holder lets you use your phone as a monitor and control panel while shooting video. Just download the free DJI GO app for iOS or Android to get a clear view of what you’re recording, to change settings, and to adjust playback.
- Shoots 4K UHD video at up to 25 fps and Full HD video at up to 120fps
- Takes 12MP still photos
- 1/2.3” CMOS sensor
- Detachable handle with 3-axis gyroscopic stabilization
- Camera controls integrated into handle
- Detachable smartphone holder
- Weight: 3lb.
- Product dimensions: 6.1” x 3.5” x 12.3”
- Condition: new
- 30-day warranty from Foscam Digital Technologies, LLC
In the box: camera, handheld gimbal, smartphone holder, battery, battery charger, power cable, storage case, wrist strap, shoulder strap, 16GB microSD card, UV filter, lens cap, rosette protection cap
In just over a decade, DJI has gone from a small office in Shenzhen, China—widely considered the East’s version of Silicon Valley—to a global manufacturer that helps you see the world from a new perspective. With an HD or better camera mounted onto one of DJI’s remote-controlled flyers, farmers can get a look at their crops, emergency personnel can see into hard-to-reach areas, and filmmakers can create the breathtaking opening sequences their audiences demand. Along the way, DJI’s technology has garnered praise from sources such as Wired, Time, and Cnet.