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First Impressions: DJI Osmo Pocket

- 5 years ago

DJI has plugged a significant gap in its product line-up and, perhaps, the consumer imaging market full-stop. Introducing the Osmo Pocket, a tiny three-axis stabilised camera that promises many of the excellent features and functions of it’s trusted siblings, yet simple and compact enough for the mass market

Housing a 1/2.3” sensor, which can capture 12-megapixel stills and can also shoot 4K video at [up to] 60 frames per second at 100 Mbps. The new camera also has dual microphones on board, applying noise-cancelling algorithms, making it simpler to capture good-quality sound. With spec, stabilisation and image-quality like this, is this new pocket-gimbal a camcorder killer?

Watch our short video review to see our first impressions

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Josh Lewis

Josh has been working as a filmmaker for a number of years, now, managing to convert his passion into a profession in 2015. Used to working as a solo shooter, Josh has become accustomed to working with ‘run & gun’ set ups and has become an expert in filmmaking equipment through his experience of working on hundreds of projects in varying capacities. This experience, coupled with Josh’s curious mind and ability to deliver casual-yet-knowledgeable opinion, makes him the perfect for his role within PhotoBite.