Car game download 9 app: DJI OSMO Action: In-Depth Review of DJI’s First Action Camera

– Can shoot 4K/60FPS with Stabilization enabled – Has what DJI calls ‘RockSteady’ stabilization – roughly equal to GoPro’s HyperSmooth, and works in all 16:9 modes – Contains a 2.25” rear color touchscreen display, AND, a 1.4” front-facing color screen – Has slow-mo modes up to 240FPS/120FPS for 1080p and 720p – Has WiFi for connecting to your smartphone and downloading footage – Can record HDR video in 4K/30 – but no stabilization – Has quick shot modes for saving your favorite settings – Has removable front lens, which DJI then makes ND filters available for – Removable battery lasts 91 minutes in 4K/30 with RockSteady, and 1hr 56mins in 1080P/30FPS without RockSteady – The unit is waterproof down to 36ft/11m without a case, though a dive case accessory exists – Utilizes the same sensor as the DJI Mavic Air, and supports video recording at 100Mbps – Can take 12MP photos in still, burst, timed, timelapse (photo or video actually), and AEB (JPEG+RAW) – Oddly, burst mode is limited to a mere 7 shots. – Pro settings for changing white balance, ISO, exposure for all video and photo modes – USB-C charging port – USB-C microphone adapter coming soon (existing OSMO Pocket adapter is *not* compatible…I tried) – Price: $349, and available from today

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