Because Life is Big

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How do you capture moments worth keeping? As the smallest 3-axis stabilized handheld camera DJI has ever designed, the compact and intelligent Osmo Pocket turns any moment into a cinematic memory. In just seconds, Osmo Pocket lets you share your life anywhere, anytime.

General

Dimensions121.9×36.9×28.6 mm
Weight116 g

Camera

Sensor1/2.3” CMOS
Effective pixels: 12M
LensFOV:80° F2.0
Format Equivalent: 26mm
ISO RangePhoto:100-3200
Video:100-3200
Electronic Shutter Speed8s-1/8000s
Max Image Size4000×3000 pixels
Still Photography ModesSingle Shot Panorama TimelapseMotionlapse
Video Resolution4K Ultra HD: 3840×2160 24/25/30/48/50/60p
FHD: 1920×1080 24/25/30/48/50/60/120p
Video Recording ModesAuto ; Slow Motion
Max Video Bitrate100 Mbps
Supported File FormatsFAT32 (≤32 GB)
exFAT (≥64 GB)
Photo FormatsJPEG / JPEG+DNG
Video FormatsMP4 / MOV (MPEG-4 AVC / H.264)
Supported SD CardsMicroSDMax.
Capacity: 256 GB
Audio Output48 KHzAAC

Gimbal

Controllable RangePan: -230° to +50°
Tilt: -95° to 50°Roll: ±45°
Max Controllable Speed120°/s
Angular Vibration Range±0.02°

Intelligent Battery

TypeLiPo
Capacity875 mAh
Energy6.738 Wh
Voltage7.7 V
Operating Temperature0°-40° C (32°-104° F)
Operating Time140 mins (When shooting 1080p/30 fps video)
Charging Time73 mins (When using a 10W charger)

INTRO

Osmo Pocket At a Glance
Osmo Pocket At a Glance
2018-12-11
DJI - Meet Osmo Pocket
DJI - Meet Osmo Pocket
2018-11-29
DJI - Osmo Pocket - Compact Convenience
DJI - Osmo Pocket - Compact Convenience
2018-11-29

Tutorials

DJI - Osmo Pocket - Firmware Update
DJI - Osmo Pocket - Firmware Update
2018-11-29
DJI - Osmo Pocket - Quick Start Guide
DJI - Osmo Pocket - Quick Start Guide
2018-11-29
DJI - Osmo Pocket - Using DJI Mimo
DJI - Osmo Pocket - Using DJI Mimo
2018-11-29

MANUALS

  • Osmo Pocket Quick Start Guide v1.0
    2018-12-11
  • Osmo Pocket Disclaimer and Safety Guidelines v1.0
    2018-11-29
  • Osmo Pocket Release Notes
    2018-12-11
  • Osmo Pocket User Manual v1.0
    2018-12-11
Camera & Gimbal
Via Osmo Pocket:
Swipe down on the screen to access Settings, then tap Calibration.

Via DJI Mimo:
Tap the icon in the lower left corner of the screen, and then tap Gimbal Auto Calibration.
Via Osmo Pocket:
Swipe up on the screen, and you can choose between different gimbal modes, such as Tilt Locked, Follow, and FPV.

Via DJI Mimo:
Tap the gimbal setting icon on the left side of the screen, and choose between Tilt Locked, Follow, and FPV modes.
Via Osmo Pocket:
Swipe up on the screen, then select Fast Follow or Slow Follow.

Via DJI Mimo:
Tap the gimbal setting icon on the left side of the screen, and then select Fast Follow or Slow Follow.
Via Osmo Pocket:
Swipe down on the screen to enter Settings. Tap “Tilt Control” and then you can control the pitch axis on the home page by scrolling up and down on the right side of the screen.

Via DJI Mimo:
Access Camera View in the app. Use the virtual joystick on the right side of the screen to control the tilt and pan axes.

Via Controller Wheel Accessory:
Use the Controller Wheel to control the tilt and pan axes of Osmo Pocket.
Up to 4K (3840×2160).
MOV/MP4.
Superfine video features a higher bit-stream and thus delivers smoother and better quality of videos.
Yes. When taking photos or videos, you can check the bottom of the screen for available photos or video duration to take. You can also check the remaining storage in Settings.
Via Osmo Pocket:
Swipe left on the screen to enter Video setting, then enter Video mode to set the resolution.

Via DJI Mimo:
Connect to DJI Mimo and access Camera View, then set the resolution on the left.
Via Osmo Pocket:
Swipe up on the screen, then click Recenter or Selfie mode. Alternatively, double-click the power button to Recenter, or triple click to switch to Selfie mode.

Via DJI Mimo:
Connect to DJI Mimo, then click Recenter or Selfie mode.
Method 1:
Lock the gimbal, hold the Osmo Pocket handle, tilt the camera until the camera faces straight ahead, and the Osmo Pocket will enter Flashlight mode automatically. Hold the Osmo Pocket upright to exit Flashlight mode.

Method 2:
In Follow mode, hold the Osmo Pocket handle, tilt the camera until it faces straight ahead, swipe up on the screen, and click Recenter to enter Flashlight mode. Hold the Osmo Pocket upright, and click Recenter again to exit Flashlight mode.
Method 1:
Rotate the Osmo Pocket towards the left or the right until it enters Portrait mode.

Method 2:
Rotate the Osmo Pocket 180 degrees towards either side to enter Underslung mode.

*This function does not work in FPV mode.
No. Panorama photos can only be stitched and viewed when connected to the DJI Mimo app.
Via Osmo Pocket:
Swipe right on the screen to enter playback, and view the photos and videos.

Via DJI Mimo:
View the photos and videos in Playback.
Method 1:
Remove the microSD card and export through a card reader.

Method 2:
Power on Osmo Pocket, and connect it to a computer through a Type-C cable to view and export all photos and videos.

Method 3:
Connect Osmo Pocket to your smartphone, and export the original files by downloading them.
Intelligent Features
Via Osmo Pocket:
Double-tap the subject to begin ActiveTrack. Enter Selfie mode to enable FaceTrack automatically.

Via DJI Mimo:
Simply drag a frame around the subject to begin ActiveTrack.
Osmo Pocket supports two panorama modes: 180° and 3×3.
Via Osmo Pocket: A maximum of two points.
Via DJI Mimo: A maximum of four points.
Yes, you can save the original photos in JPEG format during Motionlapse shooting, but you can only view the photos on a computer.
Accessories
Osmo Pocket offers a wide array of accessories including the Waterproof Case, Controller Wheel, Charging Case, ND Filters Set, Wireless Module, Extension Rod, and more. For more information, please visit the DJI Online Store at https://store.dji.com/category/osmo-pocket-and-accessories/.
APP
The DJI Mimo app.
You can save the videos to your mobile device or directly upload the videos in DJI Mimo and create a video link to share to your social media.
After capturing the panorama photos while connected to DJI Mimo, each photo will be saved and stitched into a panorama. The final panorama will only be saved on your mobile phone. If you shoot panorama photos with Osmo Pocket independently, you can view the panorama in Playback using DJI Mimo. If you don’t find the panorama on your smartphone, download the panorama again.
Enter Settings in DJI Mimo and select Pro mode. Then select M mode to set shutter, ISO, and other parameters manually.
Download the DJI Mimo app and log in with your DJI account. Instructions will be shown automatically in DJI Mimo to guide you through the activation process after the first connection. Osmo Pocket cannot be activated through a Micro-USB cable, the Wireless Module, or other methods.
You can log in to DJI Mimo directly with your SkyPixel, DJI GO, or other DJI account.
You can download DJI Mimo, share your photography knowledge, and learn from other Osmo Pocket users. You can also use templates created by other users through My Story.
Story Mode is a new function of DJI Mimo. By presetting a template, you can quickly shoot, edit, and share short videos. This mode offers special gimbal movements, music, filters, and other functions.
Other
It can shoot 1080p 30 fps video continuously for 140 minutes.
About 73 minutes.
Osmo Pocket can automatically complete firmware updates in DJI Mimo.
Yes, but you will need the Wireless Module.
No.
Method 1:
Use the Osmo Pocket Wireless Module as a flat base.

Method 2:
Attach Osmo Pocket to the Extension Rod, which has a 1/4" tripod mount to which you can attach a third-party tripod or base. Method 3:
Attach Osmo Pocket to the Accessory Mount, which is capable of connecting to a tripod.
No, but you can use the Osmo Pocket Waterproof Case underwater.
Two. The microphones adopt a noise-reduction algorithm, greatly improving Osmo Pocket’s recording quality.
Yes, you can achieve this with the DJI Osmo Pocket 3.5mm Adapter.
It’s recommended to use a microSD card with a write speed of over 15MB/s.