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    DJI CP.ZM.000078 DJI Ronin 3 Axis Brushless Gimbal Stabilizer *DISCONTINUED*

    By DJI | Mfr#: CP.ZM.000078 | Tiger#: TS30015

    Highlights

    • Supports cameras up to 16 pounds
    • Three operation modes: underslung, upright and briefcase
    • Precision of control: ±0.02°
    • Built-in independent IMU module (Inertial Measurement Movement)
    • Transmitter for remote pan/tilt control
    • Tool-less balance adjustment system
    • Assistant software for iOS and Windows
    • Bluetooth wireless interface for setup
    More Product Details What's Included
    $2499.00
    Availability:Out Of Stock
    Ships Out Within: Discontinued
    Tiger Supplies no longer carries this item

    Overview for DJI CP.ZM.000078 DJI Ronin 3 Axis Brushless Gimbal Stabilizer

    The DJI Ronin 3 Axis Brushless Gimbal Stabilizer is developed for the filmmaking professional and novices alike, given its amazing enhancements in camera stabilization technology. With its three operation modes, it transitions from upright, underslung and briefcase modes in no time. The Ronin provides freedom of handheld shooting without the unwanted vibrations or other abrupt movements. It features powerful motors, advanced algorithms, and custom sensors which equates to precision at its finest.

    This camera stabilizer comes with a remote operator control and a second operator controller. One operator can focus on the gimbal movement while the second operator attends to the camera movement. Apart from that, the DJI Ronin can handle camera systems of up to 16 pounds and as low as two lbs. It has a quick release top handle bar that easily removes and attaches itself. Whether to be latched on to another equipment or used manually, this gimbal stabilizer efficiently shifts shots from multiple angles.

    The DJI Ronin is definitely a welcome addition to a filmmaker’s equipment list whether it is used for wedding videos, indie or big budget movies. From filming over a crowd of people to doing action shots through narrow paths, all it takes is using the 3-axis gimbal system to get a steady shot over your head, close to the ground, or by simply turning the gimbal vertically and carrying it like a briefcase. Camera pictured is sold separately.