DJI RS3 Pro and RSC3 gimbals expected to be announced on June 15th
The new DJI Ronin RS3 Pro and RSC3 are expected to be announced by DJI Pro at 9 am (EDT) on June 15th in a special live event.
Just minutes ago, DJI Pro sent out an official announcement for a DJI Pro 2022 New Product Launch Event that promises to “set a new standard.”
Updated on 6/8 at 10 am.
DJI RS3 Pro (and RSC3?)
The announcement is accompanied by a ‘mysterious' photo that shows bits and pieces of what we can expect.
In the photo, we see what seems to be a wine refrigerator with a glass door. Behind the glass, on the top shelf, we see a camera that might play a crucial part in the DJI Ronin's ability to track and help the main camera focus on the subject, possibly with the help of LiDAR technology.
On the second shelf, we see the part of the gimbal arm that prominently displays the name Ronin.
On the third shelf, we see what might be part of the wireless transmission unit that would allow you to control the gimbal remotely. Looking closely we see two antennas and the DJI logo displayed as well.
DJI RS3 Pro?
In an additional tweet, DealsDrone just shared the following photos, showing a similar transmission unit as well as the name DJI RS3 Pro. It could be that we will see an RS3 and an RS3 Pro and that DJI has decided to drop the RSC moniker. We will know soon.
The release of the new DJI RS3 and RSC3 gimbals in June was first announced by DealsDrone some time ago. And it seems that his predictions for new DJI product releases in 2022 have been spot on so far.
The first photos of the DJI RS3 and RSC3 were leaked a little more than a week ago.
Let us know what you think about the DJI Ronin gimbals in the comments below. Are you excited to see what the RS3 and RSC3 will be able to do when it comes to providing stable video footage, and accurate subject tracking?
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