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DJI RSC 2 Gimbal Stabilizer

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DJI RSC 2 Gimbal Stabilizer
Key Features
  • Designed for Mirrorless & DSLR Cameras
  • 6.6 lb Payload for Camera & Accessories
  • Foldable into Underslung Mode
  • 1" OLED Screen
The DJI RSC 2 is designed for mirrorless and DSLR cameras and supports up to 6.6 lb camera and accessories loads. Please see the most current camera and lens compatibility list on the DJI website.
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DJI Ronin RSC 2 Overview

The DJI RSC 2 is designed for mirrorless and DSLR cameras and supports up to 6.6 lb camera and accessories loads. Please see the most current camera and lens compatibility list on the DJI website.

The motors of the RSC 2 are 50% more powerful than those of the Ronin-SC, which is the predecessor of this redesigned gimbal. A key feature of the RSC 2 is a foldable design that allows switching to underslung mode.

The gimbal head folds down from the gimbal handle, and you can then flip the gimbal around and use it underslung for low-angle shots, without having to attach or detach anything. The gimbal handle remains integrated and has built-in batteries that provide up to a 14-hour runtime. Also, the batteries can be charged via the handle while the gimbal is being used in operation (except in extreme high/low temperatures). The handle supports PD and QC 2.0 fast-charging protocols and can be recharged in approximately two hours using an 18W fast charger, not included. The foldable design of the gimbal also allows for easier transport and storage.

The RSC 2 also features a 1" OLED black-and-white screen and has a horizontal dial on the front for focus adjustments with the same hand you hold the gimbal with. On each side of the gimbal handle is a NATO mount with M4 threads for attaching dedicated accessories such as an optional briefcase handle.

The RSC 2 uses the DJI Titan stabilization algorithm, an improved version over their previous one that provides better stabilization and fluidity. There's also a built-in feature called SuperSmooth that complements the algorithm when working with up to 100mm zoom lenses. SuperSmooth compensates for micromovements and increases torque to achieve smooth motion with long lenses.

The gimbal has a dual-layer Manfrotto plus Arca-Swiss camera mounting system with two removable quick release plates. For social media content, a tap of a button positions your camera into portrait mode. The RSC 2 allows a total of six different configurations and comes with a companion iOS/Android app that provides access to features such as time-lapse, panorama, and Roll 360, which rotates your camera continuously along the roll axis. The gimbal also supports the optional DJI RavenEye transmission system, which allows for remote 1080p video transmission, ActiveTrack 3.0 subject tracking from the gimbal, and other functions.

A mini tripod is included with the RSC 2 that attaches to a 1/4"-20 thread on the bottom of the grip handle to function as a stand or an extension handle for two-handed maneuvering of the gimbal for certain shots. Camera control cables are also included that allow for control of select cameras and functions directly from the gimbal controls.

Note:
DJI recommends using only the dedicated Ronin quick release plates for mounting a camera and an 18W USB charger for fast charging of the built-in battery.

Key Features

  • Designed for mirrorless and DSLR cameras
  • 6.6 lb payload for camera and accessories
  • Foldable into underslung mode
  • 1" OLED black-and-white display
  • DJI Titan stabilization algorithm
  • SuperSmooth stabilization feature for long zoom lenses
  • Two NATO mounts for dedicated accessories such as a briefcase handle
  • Support for an optional DJI RavenEye 1080p transmission system
  • Integrated grip handle with built-in 14-hour batteries
  • iOS 11+/Android 7.0+ companion app
  • Time-lapse, panorama, Roll 360, and other creative functions
  • Dual-layer Manfrotto plus Arca-Swiss camera mounting system
  • Single-tap switching to portrait mode
UPC: 190021028661

DJI Ronin RSC 2 Specs

Gimbal
Load Capacity6.6 lb / 3 kg
Number of Axes3-Axis (Pitch, Roll, Yaw)
Rotation RangeYaw (Pan): 360°
Pitch (Tilt): -240 to 95°
Roll: -112 to 214°
Connectivity
Inputs/Outputs3 x USB Type-C
Wireless Frequency2.4 GHz (2.4 - 2.483)
Wireless ProtocolBluetooth 5.0
Battery
Battery Type2 x 18650
Battery Capacity3400 mAh / 24.48 Wh
Battery Runtime14 Hours
Environmental
Operating Temperature-4 to 113°F / -20 to 45°C
General
MaterialsAluminum
Mounting1 x 1/4"-20 Female
1 x Cold Shoe Mount
2 x NATO Rail
4 x M4 Female
Dimensions15.7 x 7.3 x 6.9" / 40 x 18.5 x 17.5 cm
10.2 x 8.3 x 3" / 26 x 21 x 7.5 cm (Folded)
Weight2.681 lb / 1.216 kg (without Battery)
2.906 lb / 1.318 kg (with Camera Plate)
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.95 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.3 x 11 x 4.2"

DJI Ronin RSC 2 Reviews

Fantastic DJI RSC 2 Gimbal

By Gabriela
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-22

Fantastic DJI RSC 2 Gimbal, perfect stabilization, cinematic images. I recommend 100%

Portable and great performance

By Franklin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-29

It is a very portable gimbal, you will get smooth shots and will not be disappointed.

Unbelievable good

By Samir
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-23

I'm really glad I went to B&H and they told me to buy this. It is the perfect fit for my camera.

Compact stable gimbal

By Andrea
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-22

As a first time user I was amazed how manageable this gimbal is to learn and use. It holds my Sony 7R with a adapter and Zeiss lens with ease. I also appreciate the way it folds together to a very manageable, compact package which makes it easy for being on the move.

Very impressed - Sony a1

By Dax
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-12

I have been happy with the results I've been getting from the RSC 2 with my Sony a1 and 12-24 GM lens. The build quality feels very solid despite the delicate nature of gimbal axes. Balancing before use certainly takes some practice, but is logical once you get used to it. It probably takes me no more than 5 minutes now. As far as controlling the camera from the RSC 2, I have found some of the expected functionality doesn't seem to work, at least when connected with the USCB-Sony Multi connection. I have been meaning to try the USBC-USCBC connection. I know there are slight differences between the two connection types that I haven't had time to investigate yet. A nice touch is that a selection of control cables are provided. The tripod legs are reasonably stable for resting it on the ground while attached to the camera on set, but I would certainly keep a sandbag handy to secure it. My only real complaint is that I wish the RSC 2 either came with a hard carrying case or that a custom case were available for sale for considerably less money than the only one that seems to be available at this time. I transport the RSC 2 folded up in the original box, which works fine but you can't hide what you're carrying and the cardboard exterior will start to wear out. Lastly, I have been extremely impressed with the battery life. I have used the stabilizer for hours without it dipping below 50%.

Not a fan

By Christian
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-26

First time purchasing a gimbal that would finally be suited for my camera, but not a fan. Footage appeared no more stable than me using a cage. Really heavy for the rig I'm going for and I don't think I want to drop another $40 just to get a sling arm. So yeah. Good product. Great quality. Just not for me. If you like your cage rig then keep that up.

First Impressions from a first time gimbal user

By David
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-14

I basically shoot documentary run and gun stuff of my travels, for myself, friends, and family. I stepped into video from mostly stills within the past year and found that I have wasted a couple of months' time correcting tilt and stabilizing clips from some initial projects, before I can even create the docu. Initial footage shot with the gimbal was a game-changer from hand-held. Clips made by walking showed only the very slightest of motion, whereas walking shot without the gimbal were to a too large extent unwatchable and even un-correctable. With the gimbal I even stood on a floating dock that was rocking up and down from a passing boat's wake, and the horizon stayed put and level - very impressive. I bought the gimbal 1st for my Panasonic HC-X 1500/2000 4K camcorder and 2nd for my Canon 6DMkII and 28-70mm lens. I found the balancing process to not be difficult with either camera, it just takes a couple of minutes, once the rig has been assembled with the camera, Raven Eye and cables. As others stated, the manuals' and DJI on-line instructions leave a lot to the imagination, and I resorted to searching blogs and comments on-line to learn how to properly connect the Raven Eye so that it will track. Controlling the Canon 6D works as advertized, but the HC-x1500/2000 was not listed as controllable, so I have to start, stop, and Zoom it manually. Even so, having it on the gimbal is still worthwhile for me. With the Canon rig mounted in the gimbal, its focus motor becomes quite audible in the recording with or without the lens support. To avoid this I bought an extra DJI phone mount just for its cold shoe, to which I mount an external mic onto the gimbal's handle opposite of my phone holder. This required a very inexpensive extension cable for the mic, but it all works fine and allows the rig to swing down to an underslung carry mode. Memorizing the gimball's short cuts will help efficiency while shooting, and I've already set the 3 custom modes to correspond to the gimballs 3 tracking modes. Experienced videographers may find some features lacking, but as a first gimbal I feel this one will be fine for me as is (I don't know what I might be missing.) Looking forward to using this on my next trip to see how it travels and carries with my other stuff. Knocked off 1 star for incomplete instructions/tutorials, and the locking button for the rotate motor/arm needs to be moved to a more accessible spot. Otherwise, looks like a well-built and capable piece of gear that I think I'll be happy with.

Smooth, easy to set up

By Dayyan
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-07

Took a second to figure out how to balance it but once you get it down once, its easy to set up, and amazingly smooth. Great battery life.

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