THE DJI announced on Tuesday (13) the launch of the Osmo Mobile 3 in the international market: in its third generation, the stabilizer focused on smartphones gains a foldable body and the place where the cell phone is stuck no longer obstructs the device connections.
Osmo Mobile arrives in its third generation with corrections for some changes made to the past model, along with good news. Starting with the error corrected, DJI returned with the trigger button that no longer exists on Osmo Mobile 2, which adds another command that can be done with just one hand.
In addition, the Osmo Mobile 3 continues with a charger in a microUSB port on the side and which powers the internal battery for 15 hours, against the proprietary charger in the form of a 3.5 mm connector of the first model.
The product now allows the swivel part to be folded, taking up less space in the case that comes with the gimbal, or in a bag. Another change is in the arm that holds the smartphone, which now attaches only to the sides of the device, leaving the entries for USB cable or headset free. This change in the way the smartphone is embraced by the gimbal also offers better support for smartphones with a 21: 9 aspect ratio, as is the case with the Motorola One Vision.
As in the past two generations, Osmo Mobile 3 can be used with the DJI Mimo application, which makes recordings and adds extra features to the gimbal, such as object recognition and tracking, by moving the arm so that the smartphone keeps the selected object in scene.
DJI Osmo Mobile 3 just got cheaper
While Osmo Mobile 2 was able to launch for less than half of what the first generation cost, in this version the Chinese company placed an even lower value. Osmo Mobile 3 starts at $ 119 (against $ 129 for the second generation, and $ 299 for the first model); this gives about R $ 480 in direct quotation.
A version with the gimbal, protective case and tripod to keep the Osmo Mobile 3 upright, costs US $ 139, or something close to R $ 555. The gimbal is already available on the international market, and DJI confirmed to the Tecnoblog that the launch in Brazil should happen in mid-September this year, but there is still no set price.