DJI is probably one of the most underrated brands in the tech industry. They have created some of the most renowned products in aerial and other forms of professional videography.

There’s the well improved Mavic 2 series, Zenmuse XT2, and of course, the Osmo line, an advanced and portable camera stabilizer.

And now, the Chinese company is again trying to capture everyone’s attention with the DJI Osmo Pocket. A really small handheld stabilized camera that is poised to be a great travel companion, which might completely remove GoPro out the surface of the earth.


This device is almost smaller than most smartphones in the market today — hence the name. After using the device, you can put it in a proprietary charging case, which automatically refills the battery, and can store four ND filters, two microSD cards, and two smartphone adapters ( Lightning, Type-C).

Speaking of connectors, you can plug in your smartphone for better controls and to gain a larger viewfinder. Just in case you don’t want to use its built-in 1-inch touch screen.


Siting on the 3-axis gimbal is a 12-megapixel camera with a 1/2.3-inch sensor and an f/2.0 aperture. It can record 4K UHD videos with a maximum bitrate of 100Mbps.

The camera also has ActiveTrack feature, Panorama mode, and Motionlapse recording.

Since it’s meant for travelers and aspiring vloggers, users can utilize the new DJI Mimo app so they can edit and share their videos online easily.


The DJI Osmo Pocket has an official price of Php23,200. On the downside, it doesnt come with the charging case, although the package includes a generic cover case, USB cable, and a Lightning and Type-C adapter.

You can now pre-order it with a required deposit price of Php5,000, it will then ship on December 15. Although it’s limited for the first 50 customers only, so act fast.

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