What you need to know
- DJI is back with a brand new gimbal.
- The OM 5 is the company's latest smartphone stabilizer.
- It lets you take photos and videos just like a pro photographer.
The brand new DJI OM 5 was announced today, letting users of devices like the iPhone 12 take professional-grade photos and videos with its smartphone stabilization technology.
From DJI (opens in new tab):
The new OM 5 is a third smaller than the previous version and comes with a newly designed clamp that works over your smartphone's case for better protection. There's also a new extension rod for even more shooting angles and possibilities.
The new OM 5 is available for $159 in Sunset White and Athens gray, and that gets you a magnetic clamp, tripod, power cable, wrist strap, and storage pouch, making it the perfect accessory for the best iPhones for photographers.
DJI's app features new ShotGuides, featuring up to 30 sets of pre-set shooting tutorials, and automatic editing. It also features gesture control, DynamicZoom, features for timelapses, motionlapses, and hyperlapses, as well as panoramas.
You can read more about the new OM 5 here. (opens in new tab)
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