The DJI Ronin-S we’re looking at right now is going to take some courage to use for several reasons. Not least of these reasons is the fact that you’re going to be holding on to a metal rod that is in turn holding on to your very expensive DSRL or mirrorless camera. On the positive side, this equipment comes from DJI, and we have no good reason not to trust it with said very expensive camera.
The DJI Ronin-S is the company’s first single-handed gimbal for DSLR and mirrorless cameras. It’s a stabilizer, one that works on 3 axis to bring on both smooth video whilst moving around and smooth photos where possible. This device works with manual controls and has the option to control with a smartphone with a DJI Ronin mobile app.
The DJI Ronin-S has simple manual controls including a mode toggle button, connected camera snap and connected video record. There’s a joystick as well. In addition to connected record and snap buttons, this machine is able to control both in-camera and in-lens optical stabilization tech (you’ll need the app for that.)
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