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DJI Ronin 2 3-Axis Handheld/Aerial Stabilizer

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DJI Ronin 2 3-Axis Handheld/Aerial Stabilizer
Key Features
  • For DSLRs and Cinema Cameras
  • 30-Pound Payload Capacity
  • Enhanced SmoothTrack Algorithm and GPS
  • Upright, Underslung, and Briefcase Modes
The versatile Ronin 2 gimbal from DJI is suitable for use either handheld or mounted in a variety of ways including onto a drone, Steadicam, vehicle mount, and more. An update from the original Ronin, this motorized stabilization system is suitable for a range of camera and lens configurations, boasting a payload capacity of 30 pounds. This means it can be used for everything from DSLRs up to cinema cameras such as the ARRI ALEXA Mini or Sony FS7.
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DJI Ronin 2 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Performance
  • 3Versatility
  • 4Simplified Operation
  • 5Powering
  • 6Design
  • 7Compatible Cameras
By B&H Photo's

The versatile Ronin 2 gimbal from DJI is suitable for use either handheld or mounted in a variety of ways including onto a drone, Steadicam, vehicle mount, and more. An update from the original Ronin, this motorized stabilization system is suitable for a range of camera and lens configurations, boasting a payload capacity of 30 pounds. This means it can be used for everything from DSLRs up to cinema cameras such as the ARRI ALEXA Mini or Sony FS7.

Like its predecessor, the Ronin 2 features support for underslung, upright, and briefcase operation modes to help you achieve the best angle. However, it has been redesigned to enable easy transition between upright and underslung modes without changing the position of the camera. It also offers several other improvements, such as enhancements to the control software and physical design to simplify taking complex shots without sacrificing performance, all while making important functions more readily accessible.

Performance
Upgraded high-torque motors allow the gimbal to support a wider range of cameras, resist high winds and G-forces caused when mounted onto a car, and keep it moving smoothly in flight.
Boosted Torque
With up to eight times more powerful motors than previous iterations, Ronin 2 can withstand sustained speeds of over 75 mph with camera builds as heavy as 30 pounds. Thanks to encoded motors and enhanced precision, the Ronin maintains the same 0.02° of accuracy of its predecessors.
Versatility
Detachable Grip
A detachable grip allows the Ronin 2 to stand up on its own, and is easily separated when the lower part of the handgrip is not needed. In addition to handheld work, the Ronin 2 supports mounting on cable cams, drones, Steadicams, vehicle mounts, and more.
Simplified Operation
Easier Setup
Making fine adjustments, which is essential for proper camera balancing, is now simplified with integrated adjustment knobs and a redesigned camera mounting base.
Integrated Screen
A dedicated high-brightness touchscreen for settings and adjustments has been integrated into Ronin 2, streamlining and accelerating gimbal setup. Tactile buttons including motor pause are placed easily within reach.
Assistant App
The extensively refined, redesigned, and expanded Gimbal Assistant app helps create content with minimum effort via new features such as CamAnchor, Time-Lapse, and Panorama, providing a more intuitive and easier-to-use full control system for Ronin 2.
Intelligent
Enhanced intelligence means filmmakers can get shots with Ronin 2 that would once have needed specialist expertise or additional equipment, from total smoothness control to studio-oriented smart features. Intelligent features include Panorama, Time-Lapse, and CamAnchor modes.
Powering
Hot-Swap Batteries
Two batteries on Ronin 2, and the ability to run with only one, allows for batteries to be charged and swapped without interrupting a shoot.
Accessory Support
The Ronin power hub enables essential accessories such as DJI Focus and wireless video transmission systems to be powered by the Ronin 2 battery, as well as communicate with the gimbal controller.
Design
Integrated GPS
The built-in GPS provides Ronin 2 with essential information for gimbal acceleration and speed, which is crucial for maintaining the camera's position and the horizon level when moving at high speeds while mounted onto a vehicle or drone.
Robust Batteries
Robust and resilient in extreme weather conditions, Ronin 2's self-heating batteries ensure stable power output for high-performance in temperatures as low as -4°F and high-heat environments. Dual batteries capable of operating simultaneously and independently provide complete redundancy, keeping the shoot going.
Compatible Cameras
The Ronin 2 supports a range of cameras from DSLRs to cinema cameras, even with high-grade lenses and other accessories mounted. The maximum horizontal length between the camera mounting base center and the roll axis should not exceed 9.64", the width of the camera should not exceed 7.1", and the height should not exceed 6.5".

Compatible camera/lens configurations include:

RED DRAGON
  • Angenieux Optimo Anamorphic 6-152 A-2S
  • ARRI Master Prime lenses up to 150mm
  • ARRI Master Anamorphic lens
  • Canon CN7x17 KAS S 17-120mm T2.95
ARRI ALEXA Mini
  • Angenieux Optimo Anamorphic 56-152 A-2S
  • ARRI Master Prime lenses up to 150mm
  • ARRI Master Anamorphic lens
  • Canon CN7x17 KAS S 17-120mm T2.95
Blackmagic URSA Mini
  • Angenieux Optimo Anamorphic 56-152 A-2S
  • ARRI Master Prime lenses up to 150mm
  • Fujinon ZK19-90mm T2.9
  • Canon CN7x17 KAS S 17-120mm T2.95
Canon C300
  • Canon CN7x17 KAS S 17-120mm T2.95
  • Canon CN-E Prime lenses
  • Canon EF lenses up to 400mm
  • Zeiss Compact Zoom lenses
Sony FS7
  • Sony CineAlta 4K lens series
  • E-Mount lenses
  • ARRI Ultra Prime lenses
  • A-Mount lenses up to 300mm f/2.8G II
UPC: 190021296893

DJI Ronin 2 Specs

Key Specs
Grip Design
Handheld Ring with Dual Handgrip
Load Capacity
30 lb / 13.6 kg
Number of Axes
3: Pitch (Tilt), Roll, Yaw (Pan)
Wireless Frequency
2.4 GHz
5.8 GHz
Wireless Protocol
Bluetooth 4.0
Mobile App Compatible
Yes, Required: Android & iOS
App Name: DJI Ronin
Weight
12 lb / 5.5 kg (with Handlebar)
9 lb / 4.2 kg
Gimbal
Load Capacity
30 lb / 13.6 kg
Number of Axes
3: Pitch (Tilt), Roll, Yaw (Pan)
Rotation Range
Mechanical Range
Yaw (Pan): 360° 
Pitch (Tilt): 170° (-135 to 135°) 
Roll: 440° (-220 to 220°) 
Controllable Range
Yaw (Pan): 360° 
Pitch (Tilt): 170° (-135 to 135°) 
Roll: 60° (-30 to 30°) 
Follow Speed
Pan: 400°/s
Tilt: 360°/s
Roll: 360°/s
Stabilization Accuracy
±0.02° (Motionless)
Compatibility
Camera Control
On Compatible Models
Supported Camera Dimensions
W: 7.1 x H: 6.5 x D: 9.6" / W: 180 x H: 165 x D: 245 mm
Connectivity
Inputs/Outputs
1x D-Bus Input
1x USB-C
4x Proprietary (Power) Output
2x Proprietary (Power) Output
1x D-Tap (Power) Output
Wireless Frequency
2.4 GHz
5.8 GHz
Wireless Protocol
Bluetooth 4.0
Mobile App Compatible
Yes, Required: Android & iOS
App Name: DJI Ronin
Battery
Battery Capacity
4280 mAh / 97.58 Wh
Battery Runtime
2.5 to 8 Hours
Battery Chemistry
Lithium-Ion Polymer (LiPo)
Voltage
22.8 VDC
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-4 to 122°F / -20 to 50°C
General
Display Type
Fixed Touchscreen LCD
Dimensions
24.8 x 16.4 x 28.3" / 630 x 416 x 720 mm (with Handlebar)
13.8 x 16.4 x 20.9" / 350 x 416 x 530 mm (without Handlebar)
Weight
12 lb / 5.5 kg (with Handlebar)
9 lb / 4.2 kg
Remote
Positioning
GPS
Packaging Info
Package Weight
71.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
33 x 24 x 13"

DJI Ronin 2 Reviews

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question

What is the minimum payload requirement for Ronin 2? Will mirrorless cameras such as the a7sii be too light?
Asked by: Nicholas M.
DJI is marketing this for large camera's and lenses and has stated small mirrorless cameras are better served by the Ronin M or Ronin MX.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

Does it come with the foldaway feet?

Does it come with the foldaway feet?
Asked by: Chris
Yes, the foldaway feet are included.
Answered by: Zachary
Date published: 2021-02-08

question

Can this gimbal be controlled by the Walter Klassen Wheels via Futaba receiver?
Asked by: Thomas
According to DJI, yes, you can use third party controllers with the Ronin 2.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

What is the wireless controller's range? Can we ...

What is the wireless controller's range? Can we rely on the controller to operate the Ronin 2 when set up on a 500 ft long cable cam?
Asked by: Antoine
yes it should be capable of 500' Line of sight, but this is line of sight so the real world expectation would be less than 500'
Answered by: Sean
Date published: 2020-06-10

question

Would the Ronin 1 wireless thumb controller work with the new unit?
Asked by: Charl
DJI has not made that information known at this time.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

Can this carry the Canon C300 Mk II?

Can this carry the Canon C300 Mk II?
Asked by: Gerald
Yes, The DJI Ronin 2 3-Axis Handheld/Aerial Stabilizer would support the C300 Mk II.
Answered by: Chris H
Date published: 2023-01-12

question

Dji ronin mx delivery in Kolkata, India
Asked by: Mridul G.
At this time, prices and delivery options have not been listed for this item. Probably we will be able to ship it to India. Please watch this space for further announcements. If you add your items to a B&H shopping cart, you can calculate the items costs, shipping methods, time for delivery, any taxes and total costs very quickly.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

What kind of remote controller is included and ...

What kind of remote controller is included and listed in the box, any link?
Asked by: herve
You can review the included remote on page 33 of the manual https://bit.ly/3QN8E2r
Answered by: Chris H
Date published: 2022-09-15
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