THE DJI presented the camera stabilizer Ronin 2, with more robustness and torque for larger cameras and versatility of use. The model is intended to assist videographers in recording complex sequences. The new equipment has a larger 50 mm extendable camera frame and extendable arms, from DSLR cameras to full movie sets.
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The powerful outrigger motors have enough torque to move at loads of up to 30 lbs (13.6 kg), nearly double the first Ronin model. And with the help of a built-in GPS, the Ronin 2 delivers the same 0.02-degree subpixel accuracy that users are used to with the first Ronin, even if it's traveling at speeds of up to 120 km / h.
The handle is detachable, and the stabilizer can be mounted on all types of camera holders used on the market by directors, according to DJI.
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Quick-release bracket makes it easy to move from scene to scene without cropping or interruption, providing image stabilization. The new 2.4 / 5.8 GHz dual band remote control system minimizes interference to full control when the Ronin 2 is operated remotely, even if the operation comes from two people at a distance of approximately 1.5 km. A new two-axis operation mode for Steadicams installation allows for unique and creative moments that were previously impossible to achieve.
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The DJI mobile app for stabilizer control has also been updated. New features designed to easily perform complicated camera movements that previously required specialized professionals or extra equipment have been added, thanks to innovations in Panoramic modes; Timelapse; and the SmoothTrack smart system upgrade.
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