DJI's Osmo 3 smartphone gimbal has a travel-friendly folding design

Ceria Alfonso
Agosto 13, 2019

Today, DJI is releasing its new smartphone gimbal stabilizer - Osmo Mobile 3.

The Osmo Mobile 3 supports smartphones that are 62-88mm wide and up to 9.5mm thick. As before, various triggers let you zoom, lock and unlock the orientation, and flip around to a selfie view.

What do you think of the new Osmo Mobile 3? Quick Roll rotates the orientation from portrait to landscape by pressing the Mode (M) button twice without the need to remove the mobile device.

Elsewhere, DJI has kept the per charge Li-ion battery life of 15 hours, but has redesigned the device for easier access to the charging and audio ports.

The Osmo Mobile 3 was built to be as travel-friendly as possible.

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By using ActiveTrack, users can tap the trigger once, and Osmo Mobile 3 will begin tracking while keeping the subject centered within the frame. And while most phones these days do have some combination of optical and electronic image stabilization, none of those systems comes even close to the quality that you can get if you place your phone on a dedicated gimbal. Additionally, users have the option to customize zoom speed based on personal preference. The app can help give recordings a bit more pep, coming with music selections, video transitions and filters to help with editing. Choose one of 13 fun templates and Mimo will handle the camera movement for you. After shooting, Mimo automatically generates your very own professionally edited short video, ready to be shared. Control this 3-axis gimbal with a single hand, or try out Gesture Control.

ActiveTrack 3.0: DJI's image recognition and deep learning algorithms allow Osmo Mobile 3 to recognize and follow subjects of your choice, ideal for capturing family moments easily with a tap.

TimeLapse & MotionLapse: With MotionLapse, users can add the dynamic element of movement to the Timelapse by setting points for the camera to move to.

HyperLapse: Take the appealing visuals from Timelapse and add movement by manually moving Osmo Mobile 3 with you.

Panorama: Get a wider perspective with panorama mode. Users can choose between 3×3 and 180° panorama modes.

But, as a consumer that's a good thing because the DJI Osmo Mobile 3 does have a lot going for it. One small, but important feature that is missing is a built-in tripod that would have made it easy to put the whole phone plus gimbal set-up aside to rest between shots. Let us know in the comments underneath the article.

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