Meet DJI Osmo Pocket, the Smallest 3-Axis Gimbal (video)

If you think DJI Osmo or Osmo Plus is small, check this out. DJI has launched the DJI Osmo Pocket, their smallest 3-axis handheld stabilizer that uses mechanical stabilization (gimbal) as opposed to electronics (EIS) or optical stabilization (OIS).

And the specs are impressive. It has an image sensor that is on par with current snap and shoot cameras and can record up to 4K at 60fps.

But just how small is the DJI Osmo Pocket? Check this out.

The model seems to be larger than the camera head. What is interesting is that DJI even incorporates a touch screen into this small device.

However, what is missing is a speaker. I believe DJI must have thought about it and has an interesting way to expand the function of this Osmo Pocket. With the adapter provided (for Lightning and USB-C port), you can plug the Pocket Osmo besides your phone.

Together with their new Mimo App, you have full control of the camera. I love this! My only wish is that it will be good to have a wider angle (currently FOV is 80°) or to be able to switch between standard and wider angle.

Most of the people are comparing it with GoPro Hero7. However, in my opinion, the only comparison might be relevant is the quality of the video or images. The reasons are because Osmo Pocket is not waterproof and will not do well with extreme sports and Osmo has a mechanical Gimbal whereas GoPro is using software for video stabilization.

Nevertheless, because of its small size, it is definitely something people would like to compare.

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If you are interested, here are the full specs.



Dimensions 121.9×36.9×28.6 mm
Weight 116 g


Sensor 1/2.3” CMOS
Effective pixels: 12M
Lens FOV: 80° F2.0
ISO Range Photo: 100-3200
Video: 100-3200
Electronic Shutter Speed 8s-1/8000s
Max Image Size 4000×3000 pixels
Still Photography Modes Single Shot, Panorama, Timelapse, Motionlapse
Video Resolution 4K Ultra HD: 3840×2160 24/25/30/48/50/60p
FHD: 1920×1080 24/25/30/48/50/60
Video Recording Modes Auto
Max Video Bitrate 100 Mbps
Supported File Formats FAT32 (≤32 GB), exFAT (>64 GB)
Photo Formats JPEG/JPEG+DNG
Video Formats MP4/MOV (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264)
Supported SD Cards MicroSD (Max. Capacity: 256 GB)
Audio Output 48 KHz AAC


Controllable Range Pan: -230° to +50°
Tilt: -95° to +50°
Roll: ±45°
Max Controllable Speed 120°/s


Type LiPo
Capacity 875 mAh
Energy 6.738 Wh
Voltage 7.7 V
Operating Temperature 0°-40° C (32°-104° F)
Operating Time 140 mins
Charging Time 73 mins

What’s in the Box

Note that there is no SD card provided.


Here are the optional accessories that you can use on the Osmo Pocket.


The DJI is retailing at USD369 on DJI website.

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Check out the introduction video.