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REVIEW: DJI Osmo – All Aspects Review w/Spectacular Location Footage

by on November 6, 2015
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Superb video quality
Easy and accurate to use gimbal
Great handheld design
Smart phone app intigration


Poor audio
Disappointing slow motion quality
No native tripod mount


DJI’s new OSMO is finally out and featuring a lot to cover. This lengthy review might seem like but much but we break down every section so it’s easy see what the DJI Osmo is capable of. We tackle the 4K video quality, the low light performance, the hardware, DJIGo app, audio, slow motion, and even various gimbal modes. All of this is covered with visual examples from spectacular locals around southern California from multiple perspectives.


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The DJI Osmo has an amazing level of quality in video and images but lacks any acceptable level for audio outside for reference. The gimbal is not only easy to use but fast and reliable. DJI smart app integration allows for some spectacular opportunities but requires a smart phone for initial launch and offer now external power source or wired signal. While the OSMO isn't the strongest action camera on the market it is one of the best designed handheld gimabls on the market with some of the best video quality in can find in all areas except 120fps slow motion and audio.

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