The design of the cab is foldable. Thanks to the foldable design of the DJI RSC 2, transport and storage are easy. There are also more shooting options with the DSC 2. Its folding size makes it as portable as it is powerful, and it folds to fit into a sheet of A5 paper.
A 6 lb weight divided by 6 is A 6 lb test payload can be carried With Titan Stabilization Algorithm, you'll get smoother footage with greater precision than ever before. Even 100mm zoom lenses can be stabilized thanks to SuperSmooth mode, which compensates for micromovements and increases torque.
A screen with a 1" OLED I was awarded 1 Your fingers will have complete control of the device thanks to the built-in 14-inch OLED screen.
The ability to switch quickly to vertical shooting It comes with two Manfrotto + Arca clamps Compatible with most popular camera brands, this multi-layer plate has many mounting options. You can easily switch to portrait mode to bring a professional look to your phone Make your social media content look good by grading your footage.
Batteries which charge in 14 hours or less Take more pictures for less money. The long-lasting RSC 2 battery provides 14 continuous shots, securing a 14-hour shoot time With a battery life of up to eight hours, the device also
The camera is compatible with most cameras It is necessary to have iOS 11 installed to run the DJI Ronin App. I am running Android 7.0, Version 0 A score of 0 or above is required. Included in the list of compatible devices are I would like a copy of H1, which is The second day of the second month This is T3 on the X-axis The fourth version of the X-series software It is a T20, X-only game/ It is compatible with T30, X-H I have a Blackmagic Design BMPCC 4K, a Sigma FP, and an Olympus E-3. It has a Z CAM E2 and an E2-size camera The M4 can be converted into the The F6 and E2 keys are lit The F8 key is equivalent to the E2 key
Questions & Answers
This stabilizing gimbal will work with the a7siii and 24-70 zoom lens What does a 70mm lens look like? It has been a pleasure working with you! ?
Absolutely, it's not hard at all
When compared with the Dji-Omni, how long does the setup take Do you have an M ?
The speed of the system is much
Do you know if it works with EOS 7D?
I think so! The EOS 750D + DJI RSC 2 combo results in the following compatibility *control features / cable *capture photo *capture video *capture autofocus *control ISO *control shutter *control aperture *power up the camera (camera turned on)
Is it a flat rate or an hourly rate?
A USB C cable that plugs into the front of the battery or handle.
Selected User Reviews For DJI RSC 2-3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer for DSLR and Mirrorless Camera, Nikon, Sony, Panasonic, Canon, Fujifilm, 6.6 lb Payload, Foldable Design, Vertical Shooting, OLED Screen, Black
I like that gimbal a lot
It is possible that your privacy has been violated. It's great that the video remains stable. All parts of the gimbal are made of metal. You can get it flawlessly balanced once you accomplish that. My main complaint is that it wants to utilize its capabilities to the fullest extent possible by hooking into your phone deep into it. What are the reasons that DJI needs access to my microphone and contacts in order to operate In an effort to be more discreet, I am considering acquiring a dummy phone.
| Jan 11, 2021
A gimbal like no other! I am enjoying using this gimbal with the Sony A7riiii it has opened up new possibilities for me
It ended up being less costly to buy the Raveneye in this package along with all of the accessories when I returned this gimbal for the pro package.
| Mar 05, 2021
The main features of stress testing
IBPS MCAS NCAS Only two days have passed since I bought it, but I'm really fond of The camera I use is the Canon 80D and the Sigma 18-55 The 35mm F1 lens is a traditional lens. I have a Droid 8 and a Shotgun Microphone with this setup, and it handles it tremendously well (see video realize that no one will use it to this extent, but sooner or later you might as well find out what conditions it will be able to stabilize your video under. That should help in making the decision to buy it haha, trust me, it's well worth it, can't wait to put it to use in an actual situation. In light of my experience with it, I will most likely invest in Raven Eye system as well.
| Aug 25, 2020
I think you have to be patient
It eventually works - "ommm. . . ommm". To start off with, I must say that the materials and "fit and finish" are However, from there on out, things start going downhill. It is considered the #1 complaint of the system that DJI fails to clearly label the port connections of the SC2 in a logical and legible manner. Please forgive me, DJI, but "tiny" just isn't good enough. “Secondly, I strongly suggest that any "mish-ups" be corrected In my opinion, it is irrelevant that the company that position itself as "high tech" would require such a "mash" of connecting cables. I see DJI as if it has never heard of a plug-in This is plug-and-play. In the end, I want DJI to solve my problems, not give me excuses. the product to be so easy to set up that even grandfather or grandmother can do it from the comfort of their living room This recliner belongs to a boy. A rethink and reimagination is needed when it comes to DjI To begin with, here is an idea of the unit It's only changing barely by the time I plug in an 18W charger to the SC2. "What up with that?" you ask. As a matter of fact, I own an Apple 96W charger, but that amount of power shouldn't even be necessary. The way I currently prefer to use the gimbal is stationary, in conjunction with an iPhone atop a Manfrotto tripod (with a pan head) and a I'm here to tell you that this camera/gimbal/smartphone combination is not light. Suppose I were to be carrying my Sony A6600 (with an 18-55 mm If I had a camera with the 135) and the gimbal, I would be "done" after 5 minutes. "Enough whining and gesticulating for today, I beg you. My stable of photo capturing equipment is enhanced by the addition of the RSC2. Solo photographers no longer have to think of it as unattainable, as it offers them new capabilities and possibilities. Please read *br*br*. . . A few fits later, I was able to move on If you like "starts-and-stops", you'll probably find it enjoyable.
| Dec 22, 2020
This is a great gimbal, but Raveneye is causing issues with it
Really Movements of a smooth nature. It is easy to set up. The only thing I do not like about Raveneye is that I've been unable to get it to work. A new RSS cable from DJI was just ordered, so I am hoping that will allow image viewing. We are not sure if the problem is with the camera or with the gimbal. Due to the lack of time, I am unable to review the raveneye, but if it is only used as a standard gimbal, this is the best I have If you are looking to use raveneye make sure to double check for compatibility issues since DJI sells an RSS cable you might need for full functionality with some cameras. **I am currently using a FUJI XS10, so I guess I will have to upgrade to a T3/T4 if I cannot use raveneye.
| Jan 05, 2021
Can you tell me where the case is? I like that gimbal a lot
Case did not come with this product. It's too expensive for what you get!.
| Feb 04, 2021
Anyone who is just beginning their filmmaking journey must have this! Specifically for a DJI gimbal that is newer
My first reaction to this purchase was to be a little hesitant. Despite the fact that the company accomplished its own research and development between this model and the last paid off! I found this gimbal to be both lightweight and compact, as well as small, compact, and worth the money. Almost any A7III equipped with an adapted Sigma 18-35mm will have no problem balancing it You don't need all of the features of the Premium model if you don't want to feel like you are getting a premium product and it feels like a premium product unlike the Sc. With this kit, you have all the gear you need to make the best mirrorless setup ever! I am always amazed by how much the technology improves with each new.
| Jul 27, 2020