DJI's new OM 4 magnetic gimbal does away with those awkward mounts
What you need to know
- DJI has announced a new, magnetic gimbal.
- The DJI IM 4 comes with fancy software and a magnetic mounting system.
- It's available now for $149.
DJI has today announced a new magnetic phone gimbal, dubbed the DJI OM 4. It's designed to make it easy and quick to attach to your phone with a fancy magnetic mounting system that does away with awkward attachments and mounts.
Designed to be as portable as possible, the OM 4 folds so people can take it wherever they go, not just when they're heading out just to take that perfect picture.
With built-in pre-programmed movements and modes users can take advantage of special gimbal movements and image stabilization including a sport mode, slow-motion, and more.
Battery life is said to be around 15 hours from a single charge and you can even use the gimbal as a portable battery pack if you need to top up your phone as well.
If all that sounds good, you're not wrong. The new DJI OM 4 is available for order now for $149 (opens in new tab).
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