DJI Ronin-S will no longer demand two-handed process, letting you control it like a normal selfie stick. Meaning, it will require a single hand, just about all while letting you catch steady footage with a bulkier camera system.
The DJI Ronin-S makes use of a 3-axis gimbal to keep your video camera steady, including all the needed compensation essential to make it suitable for the current optical stabilization in modern day cameras and lenses. Rather than simply mounting the camera over the handle, the system lifts the actual camera bracket above the roll axis, making sure the motor will not hinder the camera’s integrated display, as a removable design lets you split the gimbal from the handle for fixing the stabilized setup to other add-ons. That means you may link it up to a jib for capturing photos, a dual-handle bar for additional control, or perhaps a floor-level mount for low-angle photos.
A joystick close to the top of the handle lets you handle the camera’s motion with your thumb, whilst buttons around the same area help you to instantly change the gimbal’s various shooting settings. Obviously, it helps DJI’s SmoothTrack setting, which allows you personalize gimbal options for navigating and translation pace on each axis, basically providing you with free reign about how the gimbal reacts during capturing. There’s even a brand new Sport function that’s built to enhance SmoothTrack’s responsiveness – a thing that can prove crucial when capturing volatile subjects in high-action events. Moreover, you can switch between different configurations at the push of a button without disturbing the ensuing footage badly.