DJI Pocket 2 received a firmware update that adds HDR video recording capability for an improved dynamic range and a number of audio and user interface improvements to the small 4K handheld gimbal camera from the world’s largest drone maker.
Today, DJI released the DJI Pocket 2. The successor to the original DJI Osmo Pocket. The new handheld-3-axis stabilized gimbal camera offers a larger sensor, a larger aperture, and a wider field of view. However, maybe one of the most impressive features is the wireless microphone that is part of the DJI Pocket 2 Creator Combo.
After leaked photos, rumors, and a date we announced some time ago already, it is now official. DJI releases the DJI Pocket 2, the smallest stabilized mini 4K camera you can buy from DJI. Interestingly, DJI did not go for the DJI OP2 name as they did with the DJI OM4. In this case, they decided to drop the word Osmo from the name. Check it out!
Here are the latest DJI rumors on the DJI Ronin RS2, the Mavic 3, a new Mavic Mini 2, two DJI FPV drones, and the Osmo Action 2 and Osmo Pocket 2. This information comes directly from DJI‘s offices in China from a source that we have been working with for some time now. Believe it. Don’t believe it. I’ll leave that up to you. Update 9/25/2020: DJI Osmo Pocket 2 will be released...
DJI just announced their DJI Summer Sales event with discounts of as much as 45%. You save $110 on the DJI Osmo Action & Charging Kit, which is now priced at $259 instead of $369. $70 off the DJI Osmo Pocket, which is now priced at $299 instead of $369. Lastly, the DJI Osmo Pocket Expansion Kit, which you can get for $59 instead of $109, which represents a $50 discount.