DJI Osmo Pocket

The smallest 3-axis stabilized handheld camera by DJI

How do you capture moments worth keeping? As the smallest 3-axis stabilized handheld camera DJI has ever designed, the compact and intelligent Osmo Pocket turns any moment into a cinematic memory. In just seconds, Osmo Pocket lets you share your life anywhere, anytime.

Would you recommend this product?
4 Reviews5.0/5
Ryan Hoover
Founder, Product Hunt
I didn't know I needed this until I saw the video. This would be a great Christmas gift for my brother who's constantly hiking and filming.
That moment when I've just bought Osmo Mobile 2 and now I'm looking at this 😭
Nitish MurthyUI / UX Designer
This is the death of GoPro!! 😱
Ohsik Park
Goodnight Journal & After Interview
@nitishmurthy haha RIP
Zach Holman
Cofounder, @signedco
@nitishmurthy This looks pretty rad, but it’s still lacking on specs (particularly frame rate) and waterproofing, at least compared to the Hero 7 Black. The recent electronic stabilization has made me nix my stabilizer, too. I think DJI is obviously in a pretty remarkable position to knock out GoPro, but this alone doesn’t do it quite yet.
Lyondhur Picciarelli
T&R Innovation HCI Industrial Designer
GoPro, the ball has been stolen from your court.. Jokes apart, I'd say GoPro will hold its ground because of its durability and portability in action shooting (although the "GoPro look" isn't always desirable). I reckon camera manufacturers in general, from PAS, Micro 4/3 to DSLRs -- who rely on the amateur and social media filmmaking to sell their products and had big boom in the past 5 years -- could take the biggest hit and be critically impacted by this. Why would anybody use a more expensive, heavier, clumsier and overall not as good as something like this? Less expensive, with great quality and perfectly fit for its niche. Screw that Neistat kit with GorillaPods and huge-expensive studio Canons. This is a no brainer. A big win for product design and research here.
Gylon JacksonCEO Big G LABS
Take my money
Eben AkwuruohaBusiness Dev Lead at RED Africa
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