DJI OM6 teaser indicates new DJI smartphone gimbal release on September 22nd

The next DJI teaser for today is shown here. The graphic published by the company that is the market leader in the production of drones encourages people to “Unfold their Creativity,” with the yet-to-be-released DJI OM6, the new DJI smartphone gimbal.

The DJI OM6 will be released on September 22, 2022, at 9 a.m. EDT.

Below the words, there is a picture that has been darkened, and it reveals a green oval, a green battery status indicator, and a new symbol that resembles a sphere and is composed of two circles. These circles may indicate that the next OM6 will be able to snap images from a full 360 degrees, which would be an awesome feature.

DJI OM6 in more detail

In addition, these in-depth photographs have been published online, and they show the brand-new DJI OM6 in all of its glory and from a variety of angles.

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DJI has not only repositioned the controls but also added an extra rotary wheel on the left side of the enclosure. This should allow for fine zoom and focus changes. DJI describes the use of the side wheel as straightforward and uncomplicated.

As previously, 3-axis stabilization is included, and due to ActiveTrack 5.0, the subject should always be tracked from a distance and presented in the center of the image, even if it is spinning.

Aside from that, the cosmetic changes are minor, with DJI replacing the battery level indication with a black stripe below the gimbal arm mount, along with the button to convert to manual mode.

The 6’s battery has a capacity of 1000 mAh and is supposed to have a runtime of about 6.5 hours. The device is completely charged again in a little under 1.5 hours.

The gimbal weighs 309 grams, while the magnetic clamp weighs 31 grams, making the complete package weigh 340 grams without the smartphone. The smartphone used might weigh up to 290 grams, according to the company. The charging port for the DJI OM6 may be found on the right side of the device.

Dji Om6 Teaser Indicates New Dji Smartphone Gimbal Release On September 22Nd
Dji Om6 Teaser Indicates New Dji Smartphone Gimbal Release On September 22Nd
Dji Om6 Teaser Indicates New Dji Smartphone Gimbal Release On September 22Nd
Dji Om6 Teaser Indicates New Dji Smartphone Gimbal Release On September 22Nd

DJI OM SE

In addition to the DJI OM 6, we have product photographs of a new, substantially less expensive DJI gimbal dubbed the DJI OM SE or Mobile SE. The gadget will be sold without the retractable portion built into the OM 6 and will be advertised as a cheaper variant. You’ll have to do without the zoom wheel in this case.

The inbuilt battery has a capacity of 2600mAh and should provide up to eight hours of operating time. According to the manufacturer, the battery is completely charged again within two hours.

The DJI OM SE weighs just 352 grams. It weighs 383 grams when combined with the magnetic phone holder. The smartphone used on the gimbal may also weigh up to 290 grams.

The new DJI OM SE gimbal is much less expensive than the OM 6. According to our research, the new DJI OM 6 should cost around $179, while the less expensive new model will be available for $109 at its market debut.

Dji Om Se

Leave your thoughts in the comments section below regarding the new DJ I om6 smartphone gimbal, and let us know what you think about it.

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