DJI’s Osmo Mobile 6 foldable gimbal offers big features in a compact size

DJI has been quite busy lately and recently announced a new FPV drone and action camera. Today, the company announced its latest mobile gimbal, the Osmo Mobile 6. It offers a compact and foldable design, a magnetic phone clip with quick release and 3-axis stabilization that allows you to capture the smoothest clips on your supported smartphone. The Osmo Mobile 6 can be purchased directly from DJI now and can also be pre-ordered from Best Buy for $159.99. The estimated release date is set for September 29.

DJI Osmo Mobile 6

The Osmo Mobile 6 is the culmination of all DJI’s efforts, delivering powerful stabilization in a compact body. The device also offers a magnetic phone clip with quick release that allows you to easily attach a smartphone. The clamp can even handle larger phones that are in protective cases. The gimbal can even be unfolded, converted into a selfie stick and given the chance to record videos from higher ground. If you have an iPhone, you can take it one step further by having the gimbal automatically go into camera mode when mounted on the gimbal, so you never miss a shot. DJI has also added a new side wheel that allows users to control zoom and focus for a more refined and cinematic look. Moreover, focusing on your subject becomes even easier with additions such as ActiveTrack 5.0.

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In the past decade, smartphone cameras have evolved, offering better low-light photography, improved stabilization, and more. However, despite a manufacturer’s best efforts, there’s only so much that can be done with a built-in camera when it comes to stabilization. That’s why it can sometimes be useful to have a gimbal, especially if you’re shooting videos on the go. In general, gimbals required a lot of extra space, but over the years DJI has provided gimbals that are more compact and easy to use. The Osmo Mobile 6 comes with just over 300 grams and measures 189mm × 84.5mm × 44mm. The gimbal offers up to 6 hours and 24 minutes of use on a single charge and can be charged via USB-C. Unfortunately, DJI doesn’t currently have a compatibility list for smartphones, but you’ll want to check that before making a purchase to make sure it’s compatible with your smartphone.

    The latest smartphone gimbal from DJI with foldable design and magnetic clamping system.

Source: DJI

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