DJI launch new “Pocket 2” handheld camera system

The little stable-cam that could. That’s what I like to think of the DJI Pocket as. Version 2 rebrands it somewhat, dropping the ‘Osmo’, but iterates on what is easily my favourite piece of mobile tech.

Pocket-sized and extremely portable, DJI Pocket 2 is a tiny camera that lets you single-handedly record memorable moments. Equipped to stabilize movement and take sharp photos and smooth videos, Pocket 2 gives you the freedom to create magic at hand.

The new DJI Pocket 2 brings a larger 1/1.7” CMOS sensor to the mix, capturing stills at 64MP, 4K video @ 25fps and HDR video in 2.7K and 1080P.

All the usual elements are there, Active Track, stabilisation, hi-def panoramas, timelapses, etc, but now adds directional audio recording modes.

The new DJI Pocket 2 is available now for A$599.

Source: DJI Pocket 2

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