DJI has officially introduced the Pocket 2, its latest handheld camera with 3-axis stabilization.
The new DJI Pocket 2 features a 1/1.7-inch CMOS sensor, larger than what’s in the previous generation Pocket device. With it, this DJI gear to capture images with resolutions ranging from 16 to 64 megapixels. It also boasts a lossless zoom function of up to eight times.
In terms of video recording, this DJI handheld cam can record HDR videos. It also shoots 4K videos at 60 frames per second. Moreover, users can shoot 1080p slo-mo footages up to 240fps. The Pocket 2 has ISO 100 to 6400 for regular videos and up to 3200 for slo-mo.
There’s also Directional Audio for capturing more detailed audio, along with an optional wind noise reduction. The portable camera also arrives with a Matrix Stereo system, which adds four microphones to the camera for clearer audio capture.
DJI also equipped the Pocket 2 with an optimized Hybrid 2.0 autofocus. It allows for faster and more accurate focusing on subjects. Meanwhile, the ActiveTrack 3.0 feature ensures that the subject remains in the frame all the time. The Hyperlapse activates the Lectronic Image Stabilization (EIS) for smoother shooting. Other modes include the Pro Mode, Story Mode, and RAW recording.
The AI Editor allows users to edit their footage on the go. This DJI handheld also lets you stream your videos live on Facebook, YouTube, and RTMP.
The DJI Pocket 2 handheld camera retails for $349. Prepare to shell out $499 if you want your purchase to come with accessories.
Pricing and availability in the Philippines are yet to be announced.