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Product Specifications
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Gimbal Dimensions Folded
260 x 265 x 70 mm
Gimbal Dimensions Unfolded
410 x 260 x 195 mm
Gimal Weight
2.12 lbs
Bluetooth 5.0, USB-C
Mobile Assistant Software
iOS 11 & Later, Android 7.0 & Later
Battery Model
Battery Life
12 Hrs

DJI RS 2 cinematography gimbal gives you industry-leading camera stabilization

The DJI RS 2 cinematography gimbal is so much more than just a gimbal. It comes with ActiveTrack 3.0 built-in, freeing your creative control and focusing on your subject as it moves. This videography gadget’s every design element was crafted to give you professional-quality camera stabilization. Made of monocoque carbon fiber for both strength and lightness, the RS 2 weighs just 2.3 pounds. So it’s easy to carry in a professional videography bag. You can even adjust parameters and access Ronin app features right from the screen. What’s more, DJI’s Titan Stabilization Algorithm captures some of the smoothest footage possible. And, if you need more, there’s always the option to upgrade to SuperSmooth mode. Finally, the batteries can run for up to 12 hours, and the fast-charging feature provides two hours of runtime with just a 15-minute charge. This impressive DJI RS 2 gimbal really does it all.

DJI RS 2 cinematography gimbal gives you industry-leading camera stabilization
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Gadget Flow Rating 9.1/10
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Discovered on Oct 25, 2020, 3:00 am EDT
Discovered by Genevieve Healey
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This gimbal uses ActiveTrack 3.0 to track your subject as it moves.