DJI's line of gimbals was the first to bring professional-level video footage to the masses. The popular Osmo Mobile and its successor helped it become more than just a "drone company" to the average consumer.
While the manufacturer has made gimbals with integrated cameras, they have not been as small and portable as the new DJI Osmo Pocket – a 4 "high 4K camera stabilized on three axes. The video is busy at up to 60 fps and 100 Mbps with an optimal battery life of two hours of continuous recording at 30 fps. A universal Lighting / USB-C port allows the phones to attach to Osmo and function as a display.
The software allows the camera to track subjects and faces or follow the user's head movements. Users can also specify static or floating timeouts. There are predefined editing elements like a music library and effects for quickly stored movies and professional settings.
Accessories are available to extend the range of the stereo, connect external audio sources or make Osmo waterproof.  Osmo Pocket costs $ 349. Pre-orders are active now with first shipments promised on December 15th.