DJI Pocket 2

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DJI Pocket 2 – 3 Axis Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer with 4K Camera, Vlog, Ultra HD Video, 64 MP Pixel high-resolution Photo, 1/1.7” CMOS, Vlog, Noise Reduction, Time Lapse, Slow Motion, 8x Zoom.

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Product details

Colour Black
Brand DJI
Compatible devices Camera, Cellphone
Item dimensions L x W x H 12.5 x 3.8 x 3 centimetres
Item Weight 117 Grams
Maximum weight recommendation 117 Grams
  • POCKET-SIZED: DJI Pocket 2 fits perfectly in your hand, bag, or pocket so that you can take it anywhere. When your journey begins or something suddenly catches your eye, Pocket 2 is ready to capture it all
  • MOTORIZED STABILIZATION: A 3-axis gimbal stabilizes the camera for smooth video on the move. This technology is also great for creative photos like handheld long-exposure shots
  • ACTIVETRACK 3.0: No matter how you move, Pocket 2 keeps you and your friends in the shot with Active Track 3.0
  • AI EDITOR: Not into editing? AI Editor automatically combines your clips with transitions and music to create share-worthy content
  • IMAGE QUALITY: We packed the DJI Pocket 2 camera with photo and video abilities that let you create share-worthy content and make moments last forever. 1/1.7-Inch Sensor, 64MP Photo, 4K/60fps Video, Hybrid AF 2.0
  • DJI Matrix Stereo: DJI Matrix Stereo technology records audio with so much real detail, it lets you relive the scene. Live view quality: 4K/60fps: 480p, Story mode: 1080p and Other modes: 720p; Required operating system: iOS 11.0 or later and Android 7.0 or later
  • Lens type: Fisheye

Additional information

Specification: DJI Pocket 2

Package dimensions

‎15.7 x 7.2 x 3.7 centimetres

Package Weight

‎0.25 Kilograms

Item dimensions L x W x H

‎12.5 x 3.8 x 3 centimetres

Item Weight

‎117 Grams

brand

DJI

Colour

‎Black

Has image stabilisation

‎Yes

Included components

‎Camera Body & Accessories

Max Focal Length

‎20

Min Focal Length

‎20 Millimetres

Model year

‎2020

Part number

‎1

Size

‎DJI Pocket 2

Style

‎DJI Pocket 2

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Price history for DJI Pocket 2 Wide-Angle Lens (CP.OS.00000126.01)
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  • $48.98 - February 10, 2024
  • $32.39 - January 12, 2024
  • $49.00 - November 11, 2023
Since: November 11, 2023
  • Highest Price: $49.00 - November 11, 2023
  • Lowest Price: $32.39 - January 12, 2024

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Reviews (12)

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  1. ayalexander

    I had the first Osmo Pocket for two years and I really enjoyed it, it had a few downsides though like when a room was even a little dim, you could see visual noise in the footage and photos. Also whether you were outside or inside, the contrast and exposure were sometimes all over the place. The only way to TRY to fix it was to adjust the settings manually for each shot…but even then…there were limitations.This Osmo Pocket 2 is much better in the sense that when I filmed the same dim rooms or low light settings, the camera performed much better with little to no visual noise. The contrast and exposures are much more even. If you’re filming a landscape that is in shadow, but there’s a bright sky, this Osmo Pocket will adjust the light so you can see the ground and landscape -which is an improvement because the last pocket would adjust for the sky and make the landscape look even darker.The Pocket 2 also has better sound, its clearer and sound tracking allows it so the microphones pick up wherever the camera is pointed. I generally use an external mic, so I’ll admit I haven’t used the built-in mic features much. The Pocket 2 also starts up faster, but the power button is now a separate button on the side of the camera, be careful not to accidentally press the button when you’re taking the camera out of the case or pushing it into the case.Speaking of case, the last Osmo was held into the case with a silicone strap, this one doesn’t use a strap, it uses friction…which I think is a bad idea because over time It will wear away at the sides of the camera, making it look bad. I can already tell that’s whats going to happen.The camera advertises 4k and HDR.. BUT what they don’t tell you is that the HDR is not available on the 4k setting, it is only available on the 1080p setting. That being said, the 4k setting by itself is a vast improvement over the first Pocket, and by doing a bit of color grading in post-production, it could pass for HDR footage.I was a bit confused when I bought it because DJI kept saying this has zoom, but they went back and forth as if it not only possessed digital zoom but also optical zoom. Let me clear that up. THERE IS NO OPTICAL zoom not even 2x optical zoom. It uses digital zoom only, which I personally don’t like, so I don’t use it.The camera still gets warm when shooting in 4k mode, however it doesn’t get nearly as hot as the first Pocket. My first pocket would get so hot the camera would shut down. This one doesn’t. At least it hasn’t yet. I like the little joy stick that comes with the camera. It allows you to move the gimball without neading to physically move your arm. This is useful for steadycam walking footage where you need to suddenly look up or down without switching to FPV mode. Just use the joystick. It moves the gimball at only 1 speed, but its a slow steady speed which is still good for getting steady footage. It would be cool if DJI incorporated software that allowed it to speed up or slow down from that speed when you push the joystick…but otherwise its a nice feature.If you’re new to Osmo Pocket, it is NOT an action cam, and it is NOT a lowlight cam. It’s best use is for daytime/sunset vlogging, walking tour, steadycam, or getting high-quality footage in a convenient pocket size. So don’t get it wet, and don’t try to shoot in near darkness or extreme sports.Everything in your shot is always in-focus, so don’t expect the kind of background blurring you get with DSLR’s focus. But if you want that kind of blurring, you can do that with Adobe Premiere Pro or Photoshop, so don’t worry. I have shot near-DSLR quality footage with this camera and after doing some adjustments in post-production it looks amazing. I highly recommend this camera for vloggers, or for professionals when you need some extra camera work done with convenience.As for the camera, the old pocket advertized a 12 MP camera, this one advertises a 64 MP camera. Normally that would mean the 64 MP would have a resolution almost 5 times the size…but in this case, the resolution is only a little bit bigger, the difference is in the camera’s ability to capture detail.I really like this camera, I think its a huge improvement over the original Osmo, for me it is the perfect camera. I personally don’t need any other cameras because this one does everything I need it to do. But I know a guy who uses this camera ALONG WITH his DSLR and he gets great footage that he pieces together into a cool video.So try it out. I think you’ll like it.

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  2. RISHANK PONNANNA

    I bought this camera for my YouTube channel Rishank Ponnanna. I have a Sony A6000 with a dji ronin sc setup which is quite heavy to carry around for vlogging and other needs. I won’t compare the quality between the two as that’s a Mirror less camera with a 30k lens attached to it but this tiny monster is amazing in its own way. Its super tiny and easy to carry. No one really notices it so vlogging is very easy. I’ve not yet transferred the footages to my computer as I got it today and shot my vlog today, but the video will go up on my channel soon, so you can watch it there. The wide angle helps take some great shots and the pro mode is fabulous as well. It struggles during low light but it didn’t bother me much because of how small and easy to carry and use it is.One other review spoke about how they couldn’t activate the product with a galaxy note 10+, I have the same phone and I downloaded the mimo app from the dji website and the app detected the pocket 2 but I wasn’t getting the activation code on the camera itself. So I skipped it and once I was in the camera screen, again connected my phone and sent a activation request and the camera showed it on the screen and I accepted it and the product was activated successfully. After that everything was a breeze.Supee simple to use, charges up quick but battery drains fast as well. You need an extented battery pack for long vlogs. I don’t have complains on the battery life as I can understand because of the form factor. Overall, I love this tiny monster and its worth every penny. I got it for 40.8k. Hope this helps.

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  3. HC4

    One of the best handheld gimbals available! This is not a perfect product, but it is a well made, high quality, small, stabilizing 4k video platform that shoots wide enough angle, zooms, has good battery life, & will probably suit your needs if you are looking for something like it. It is a great product.One major drawback, especially if you are not familiar with editing software and plan to use this in multi camera edits, it records multiple files for each recording! If you record a 30 minute video you will get five or six individual video clips . This may or may not be a big deal, but it is definitely an annoyance at best and something I wish I had known before diving into the platform.You Must use the companion app to set up, And the display screen is so small and touch screen controls are so difficult, that you likely will want to use your phone or other mobile device for controls and viewfinder . Fortunately, the companion app really is quite nice and works very well and it is quite easy to clamp your phone onto some type of accessory that holds the camera and phone such that it’s not too big of an inconvenience. For quick impromptu shooting, it’s kind of a pain to always have to turn on your phone and connect to the camera and so you will end up using the onboard controls and screen at least some of the time and they are annoying at best to use, but if you are patient, it does perform the function of capturing great quality cinematographic up to 4k video up to 60 fps.It works best as an auxiliary additional camera to add in to your setup if you already have a Main DSLR, and use this gimbal camera for specifically shots that you just cannot get with a stationary interchangeable lens DSLR because of their size and lack ofremotely controllable, stabilizing, & tracking gimbal. I believe that is how it is intended to be used. I originally purchased it while my main camera was broken and it really did not work all that well as a main camera, and I was extremely happy to have my main camera come back online and when I was able to start using the pocket two as an additional camera, just to get both another angle for multicam videos as well as shots that a DSLR cannot get, I became quite pleased with its functionality and performance, but it isn’t suited, and just doesn’t lend itself well to functioning like a regular camera, and probably most people know that going in but I had never had a gimbal Camera, at least not handheld like this one, but overall, for what it is and what it is intended to be used for, it really is an awesome little device.One note, I would definitely either get the creator combo or purchase the do it all handle accessory as well as the wireless microphone accessory that come with the creator combo because they work extremely well with the camera and I cannot imagine using it without both of them. Other accessories are nice but those two are absolutely essential in my opinion, both for ease of use as well as performance.If you want the remote functionality & want to add cinematographic shots to your existing abilities, & have the money to spend on the combo, you will not be disappointed, except possibly by the multiple files, Which I cannot find a way to disable, so if anybody does No how to make it record just one file per recording, please comment!Good luck & enjoy

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  4. Patric Hilker

    I bought this for my orginial DJI Pocket. The lens fits, works great, but feels like it attaches extremely loose. It doesn’t exactly feel like it is going to fall off, but it doesn’t hold as securely as the ND filters I use as well. I am just going to have to be a little more careful while using this wide angle lens, but I love the ability to have a wider field of view and the picture quality is great.

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  5. Mr. L. Turner

    I tend to take this little camera wherever I go, even when I’ve got all of my mirrorless camera gear with me.

    It’s unobtrusive, fits in a pocket (hence the name) and takes pretty decent footage. The best thing is that it’s ready to use in a couple of seconds from pushing the power button. The various gimbal modes are useful and the included accessories in the creator kit make it a very useful setup for video and vlogging (although I don’t use it for the latter).

    I would recommend getting some form of handle which can provide charge and hold both the camera and a phone. Whilst this makes the setup a bit more bulky, the ability to see the image on a larger screen is a real bonus, especially bright light.

    The app works well – in fact better than some of the apps for my way more expensive cameras. You can change all of the camera settings from the app a lot easier than trying to use the fiddly touch screen. The camera touch screen is not really made for my size fingers.

    When shooting in 4k the camera can get quite warm to the point of hot, but I’ve never had it shut down on me yet.

    I have added a couple of Freewell mist filters that compensate for the slight over sharpening that you find on most DJI products, including their drones. Why they don’t allow you to adjust the sharpening is beyond me, particularly when there is a D-cinelike profile for colour grading.

    Low light performance isn’t the best with quite a bit of noise but what can you expect given the sensor size but it’s still passable for YouTube content.

    Battery life is fair and, as mentioned above, a charger handle means the camera can be used for hours.

    What else? It’s not waterproof so don’t expect this to replace an action camera. The face track functionality is very handy and works well and the included wireless mic in the creator combo is very useful and has decent sound quality if not the best range. The in camera sound is also very acceptable.

    One of the best things is that it doesn’t look like a camera so you can use it in situations where a larger camera or phone may be obtrusive.

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  6. C (dot) M

    Pretty decent, does what it claims. Just be mindful the magnet mount may ‘fail’ if you stick the Pocket 2 out of a car window at a reasonable speed… duh.. also don’t forget the little lens storage spot inside the slip off case for the P2!

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  7. Konrad Mroczek

    4k 60, great video quality, fantastic sound from 4 microphones. I’ve got a YouTube channel called Conrad Walks and I film with the pocket 2 and I cannot recommend it enough. Gimbal and a camera in a compact package. I love it

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  8. JOSEPH STANFORD

    Bought this to help with my walk around videos. Perfect for what I use it for, love the wide angle it provides. The picture quality is superb. You won’t regret buying this.

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  9. John E

    Purchased this for vlog and compliment to drone aerial videoing, has many features that makes a good video into a professional one.

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  10. Androo

    I’ve always wanted a gimbal mounted video camera and considered getting a gimbal for my main camera. But I knew I would never take it anywhere with me because of the size and complexity. If only I could have a gimbal camera in my pocket…

    The Pocket 2 tempted me where the original Osmo Pocket didn’t, because it has a wider, brighter lens and a bigger sensor, and all the other things you can read in the description. I’m probably not going to use it for vlogging, but it now seems to me to be almost the ideal compact camera for that. I want it to make fun videos that have a cinematic quality, and it does that really well. I wanted it to do things my phone can’t too, and it scores there too.

    It feels weird to use at first after a regular video camera. You have to get used to how slowly the stabilised lens follows you when you turn the camera (you can change the speed though) – this is to smooth out your movements and make sure your video is super smooth, and it almost always works. Especially if you work with the camera. Despite the tiny size, which makes you doubt its capabilities, video is creamy smooth and stable and cinematic, even if you’re a bit clumsy. And there are plenty of fun modes like slow motion and hyperlapse to play with. Watching YouTube videos about gimbal moves helps.

    Video is very sharp and clean, especially in 4K mode. It really looks good, and from what I’ve seen online, is much better than a GoPro 9 (a possible alternative) in low light. It’s very usable in dim conditions. Focusing is generally quick and unobtrusive, exposure changes handled well. Sound from the four built-in microphones is decent, and if you buy accessories you can connect other microphones.

    Still photos are a bonus. Panoramas (which look perfect otherwise because it’s the gimbal that moves not you) don’t turn out as high-res as I expected though you can stitch together the original full-size images (which it saves) yourself in Photoshop or whatever. The regular 16MP photos look fine, but the 64MP shots are really detailed and usable. You can even shoot in raw. Even so, I doubt I’ll use this much for stills.

    You have to understand the three modes to use the camera successfully. FPV mode lets you tilt the camera up, down, side to side, however you want. Follow mode keep the lens level but lets you point the camera up and down. Tilt-Lock keeps the camera pointing forward horizontally no matter what, which is good for low or high shots. You can use the little joystick to move the lens around, or for the digital zoom. There are several shortcuts you need to learn like double clicking a button to recenter the lens. There are some great videos on YouTube that will help get you started.

    The touchscreen has several shortcuts you also need to learn but I soon found my way through the simple menu system. Changing settings is easy enough. The screen is sharp but tiny. You can use your phone’s screen as a viewfinder and download video and photos onto your phone to edit or share. I’m not sure I like using the two things connected together with just a tiny connector though.

    You have to register the Pocket 2 to use it. And connect it to a phone or tablet. I connected mine to my iPhone and it upgraded the firmware. It all worked well for once, but you do have to do this and give DJI your email address to use the camera. If you don’t it will lock you out.

    The unboxing experience, if you’re into that sort of thing, is very pleasant. The camera is beautifully made and feels like a precision instrument. The delicate gimbal head means it’s neither tough nor weatherproof however.

    I got the standard kit. If you want to do more there are plenty of accessories, like the do-it-all handle with wireless microphone etc. Or the extra wide angle lens, and ND filter kit. The standard kit at least lets you attach a tripod.

    There are a few things I don’t like. The power button is in a poor position. Too easy to press by mistake when you’re handling it or putting it into the case. And the case – it’s a very tight fit and awkward to get out in a hurry. To connect your phone you have to remove the ‘joystick’ controller module, which is quite stiff, and slide it out. If you’re not careful, it pops out and onto the floor. Then you slide in the connector for your phone. They store inside the case, but you’d have to be really careful doing this outside. Follow mode is great when it works, but it’s a bit flaky; perhaps they will improve that with a firmware update. And the battery is built-in so you can’t pop in a spare. DJI claims 140 minutes use on one charge, but that will vary depending on your settings. I think I’ll need to take the cable and a powerbank with me. It also gets a bit hot in use, but that’s to be expected. The wrist strap may to too tight a fit if you have large wrists.

    But mostly I like this DJI Pocket 2 a lot. It fulfils my brief pretty well – it’s small, fun to use and gives great, sometimes amazing results.

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  11. MarkB1960

    This little camera does an awesome job of capturing some great quality footage. It’s small size is by no means an indication of how well it shoots and the quality it captures. As it is so small, it is very versatile and easy to carry when out and about. Also because of it’s size it is very discrete. Out of the box you can use the auto settings to allow the camera to choose it’s own ISO and shutter speed, and you will get great results. Alternatively you can use the PRO mode and choose your own. The gimbal feature is great as your video shots will be nice and smooth giving a more professional recording.
    I started using a 64GB SD card then purchased a 128GB, which gives me about 2 hours or recording in 4k/30fps mode. One thing to be aware of with this camera as it does not like water, so don’t take it out in the rain or where it can get splashed – get a GoPro for that! All in all I love this camera and would highly recommend.

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  12. mirek t.

    Absolutely love it, great for vlogging, links well with drone footage. So small and discreet you don’t look like a wally setting up huge shots, the app is intuitive

    Only gripe would be iPhone, better working with android so you can swap out SD cards

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