Video: Hands-On Review of the DJI Ronin-M 3-Axis Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer

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In this video, Mia McCormick, of KelbyOne Media, introduces DJI's latest application of 3-axis gimbal technology, originally developed for multi-rotor UAVs. The Ronin-M is a scaled-down version of the original Ronin, weighing about 5 lb unladen, optimal for DSLRs, mirrorless cameras, and even compact cinema cameras like the Canon EOS C100. Providing stabilized footage with close to the mobility of free handheld shooting, the Ronin-M can replace dollies, sliders, and jibs in many situations, plus it enables unique shots that simply aren't possible with elaborate camera support systems, especially track-bound dollies. The Ronin-M features three operation modes, "Underslung" for normal, middle-of-the-road shots, "Upright" for shots at eye-level or above, and "Briefcase" mode for those low angles. It can be controlled by single operator or an included 2.4 GHz radio controller for dual-operator acquisition.

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