The latest from DJI, the Ronin 2, is a 3-axis camera stabilizer based on the company's transformative gimbal technology, providing more power and torque to carry larger cameras. With an enlarged camera cage and 50mm extendable arms, its versatility can support everything from DSLRs to full cinematic camera and lenses up to 30 lbs.
Built-in GPS and encoded motors let the Ronin 2 travel up to 75 mph while delivering 0.02 degrees of sub-pixel level precision users have come to expect. DJI says the Ronin 2 has been improved for a faster and easier setup and features a redesigned frame with central power and more versatile mounts and movements.
The Ronin 2 will be available in the second quarter of 2017.
- Operation Modes: Underslung/Upright, Briefcase, Handheld, Car Mount, Aerial, Tripod, and Steadicam
- Built-in, independent IMU module
- 32-Bit ARM processor
- Dual batteries
- Bluetooth module
- 2.4 GHz/5.8 GHz receiver
- Temperature Sensors
- Built-in touch panel and GPS
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