DJI is a company known for their drones, but in more recent times the company has started to expanded into more camera-related products and technology, such as with the DJI OSMO and OSMO Mobile gimbals, where these are devices that can be used if you want to record video with as little shakiness as possible.


The problem with the OSMO and OSMO Mobile is that they are quite big, but it seems that DJI might have an answer to that problem: the DJI OSMO Pocket. Thanks to leaked images obtained and shared by OsitaLV on Twitter (via PhoneRadar), we now know what we might be able to expect.

This is a small gimbal designed to fit in one’s pocket, which means that you could easily take it out with you for day-to-day use without necessarily needing a backpack. It comes with a built-in camera which is said to be of the 12MP variety, and can record 4K video at 60fps. However it is said to feature 2-axis stabilization which is less than what the other OSMO gimbals offer, but if you just need a gimbal for vlogging purposes, we suppose it’s not too bad.

No word on pricing just yet but DJI has plans for an event for the 28th of November so we expect that more details about the OSMO Pocket should be revealed then.

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