It appears that DJI has been on a roll these past couple of months with regards to gimbals. The company first launched a new Osmo Mobile 4 gimbal back in August, and then earlier this month, they launched their new Ronin gimbals designed for larger cameras. Now they’re back with their latest gimbal, the DJI Pocket 2.

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The Pocket 2 is the successor to the original Pocket, but unlike the Osmo Mobile or Ronin series, the Pocket series actually comes with a built-in camera. This is a tiny camera that comes on a gimbal of its own, with the idea being that this is more like an all-in-one solution for those who don’t want to use their phones or want a more pocketable device.

The Pocket 2 will come with a 64MP 1/1.7-inch CMOS sensor with 8x zoom, the ability to record 4K video at 60fps, 3-axis gimbal stabilization, a quad microphone setup with stereo effect, and also features like TrackTrack 3.0 and a hybrid AF. There is also a very tiny built-in display that will give you a preview of what you’re recording.

That being said, the DJI Pocket 2 doesn’t necessarily come cheap. It is priced at $349 which makes it about twice as expensive as the Osmo Mobile 4, but if you want a more convenient solution rather than fiddle around with smartphones or DSLRs, then maybe this could be the device for you.

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