Revo Extension Pole for DJI Osmo

Revo Extension Pole for DJI Osmo

Revo Extension Pole for DJI Osmo

B&H # REEPDO38 MFR # EP-DO-38
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Product Highlights

  • 5-Section Telescoping Aluminum Pole
  • 10 to 38" Extension Range
  • Articulating Ball Head
  • Two Rosette Mounts for Osmo Phone Holder
  • Padded Foam Handle
  • Adjustable Wrist Strap
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The Revo Extension Pole for DJI Osmo increases the creative possibilities you can explore by adding up to 38" of reach when shooting 3-axis stabilized video or photos with the Osmo. This is particularly useful when you want to take wider selfie shots, see above a crowd, or add unique angles to your action footage. For flexible camera angle adjustment, the 5-section telescoping pole attaches to the side rosette on the Osmo handle via an articulating ball head. A side rosette on the pole itself, located above the soft foam grip, provides an attachment point for the Osmo's Phone Holder, which lets you use a smartphone for complete gimbal and camera control. Alternatively, a secondary rosette lets you mount the Phone Holder to the bottom of the handle.

Key Features
  • Extends reach when shooting with DJI Osmo
  • 5-section telescoping pole design
  • 10 to 38" extension range
  • Articulating ball head for camera angle adjustment
  • Two rosettes for attaching Osmo's Phone Holder (one on side of pole, one at bottom of handle)
  • Aluminum construction
  • Padded foam handle
  • Adjustable padded wrist strap
UPC: 847628595569
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Revo Extension Pole for DJI Osmo
  • Adjustable Wrist Strap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Material Aluminum
    Length 10 to 38" (25.4 to 96.5 cm)
    Weight 9.6 oz (272.2 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.75 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.2 x 3.1 x 0.2"
    Extension Pole for DJI Osmo is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 16.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Broke after a month I was going to use it at an event to get some really interesting shots. Too bad when I was testing it, one of the locking rings snapped and the top extender fell right out, with no way to put it back together. Good thing my Osmo was not attached at the time. Pretty disappointed. I've had selfie sticks that lasted longer than this.
    Date published: 2016-10-17
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from In a pinch - not the ultimate Rather limited options in terms of use as the ball head mount itself doesn't swivel to rotate the pivot point. Thus the phone/monitor mount also inflexible as to position relative to the camera. One big problem is the DJI phone mount connection needs a bit of a re-design to swivel easier, once locked its not a simple task to rotate angle if you go from high to low. Extending pole is a twist lock also not that doesn't instill confidence in its longevity. Can grab a few low or high shots easier for the relative low cost of this accessory, just going to continue looking for a better solution.
    Date published: 2016-11-22
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Well Made, high quality however does not work with the Osmo While it's fine for holding the Osmo head with the phone holder attached at the Osmo handle, The ball head at the end does not rotate once the pole is extended and locked. Neither does the rosette mount for the phone holder on the handle. To work properly the rosette mount on the poles handle and the 1/4-20 male rosette on the end of the pole need to be exactly 180 from each other. It's not even close, attaching both the Osmo handle/head (on the end of the pole) and the iPhone holder (on the rosette on the handle) puts the phone at an awkward angle thats impossible to use. Unuseable and I'm surprised something so unsuitable for it's stated purpose is sold at B&H. You want to get the DJI version.
    Date published: 2016-11-09
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not a fan The extension pole concept is great in concept but the overall design of the locking method is not so great. During shoot days when I need to move quickly the locking mechanism jams a lot and sometimes doesn't lock at all. Maybe other camera operators are having better experiences with it than I am.. but I'm not blown away by it. Maybe KTech or one of the sound companies that make boom poles for microphones, etc will come up with a better design. Sorry to be a downer but it's just not the best designed piece of gear out there for using the Osmo+.
    Date published: 2017-09-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy for Osmo Simply works as advertised. Well made and can be used as a riding crop.
    Date published: 2016-07-11
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from glorified selfie stick - and not a very handy one Let's be honest - this is a selfie stick way more than an actual tool for filming events going on before you. First, it should be noted that the photo of the extension pole in use must actually be an artist's rendering, because you can't actually use the extension pole as pictured. The extension pole locks by turning to the right, which means that if you would put your Osmo on the right side of the pole (as pictured, AND in the manner you would normally hold the Osmo), the weight of the Osmo would unlock the pole and it would telescope down on you. Which means you have to put the Osmo on the left side, which is backwards to the way you'd hold it in your hand - and all controls are on the wrong side. Though, to be fair, you would be controlling the camera from your phone instead of manually on the Osmo anyway. BUT, then, at least the ball head should turn to mount the Osmo on the same plane as the rosette mount on the side of the extension pole. This isn't the case however, as the ball head is at about a 45-degree angle away from the rosette mount, meaning you have to hold the pole at a wierd angle. I'm a bit perplexed by the other reviews of this, which makes me think that perhaps the ball head is just mounted wrong on my version, but the photo provided is still backwards with the way the pole actually locks, so I'm not sure what to think. I just know that I found this to be completely useless for my needs, so I just stuck with handheld.
    Date published: 2016-07-10
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A welcome addition Pros..adds ability of reach to your osmo that gives the illusion of a floating camera over solid objects. Cheaper than dji version Can give you a crane camera effect Cons..can take some getting used to, a little stiff to extend at times ...if you are not stable in your motion, it will show a picture that sways a little from side to side when pole is fully extended.
    Date published: 2016-08-22
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Does Not Work Well! -The gear piece the attached to the Osmo is not secured so you will loose it at some point. - The lever the tightens the rotating head does not work - it will get loose and the Osmo flops over. - Overall design just is not good quality.
    Date published: 2016-08-27
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