Support for Osmo Mobile 2


FAQ

The Osmo Mobile 2 supports mobile phones measuring from 58.6 mm-85 mm width. This covers most of the smartphones currently available. Please note that actual compatibility might be affected by accessories attached to your phone (including the phone case, external camera lens, or side button).
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Step 1: Ensure that the battery is charged enough. If the battery level is low, connect the charging port on the right side of the handle with a USB cable to charge the Osmo Mobile 2.
Step 2: Mount and balance the mobile device to the Osmo Mobile 2.
Step 3: Activate your Osmo Mobile 2 via DJI GO. Power on the unit and pair it with your mobile device. Instructions will be shown in DJI GO automatically to guide you through the activation process.
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The Osmo Mobile 2 utilizes Bluetooth 4.0 to communicate with mobile phones. Though Bluetooth 4.0 has become a standard for current phones, we suggest you check your mobile phone’s specifications for compatibility.
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Loosen the Holder Lock Knob, follow the indicated directions and rotate the mobile phone holder for 90 degrees to mount your phone horizontally or vertically, then tighten the Holder Lock Knob. Please remove your phone before rotating the mobile phone holder.
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When the Osmo Mobile 2 is turned on, press the Trigger once to switch between SmoothTrack Mode and Lock Mode. In SmoothTrack, the Osmo Mobile 2 anticipates the handle’s movement to smooth out pan and tilt transitions and reduces the shakiness from natural arm movements.
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When the Osmo Mobile 2 is powered on, tap the Power/Mode Button twice to center the gimbal.
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When the Osmo Mobile 2 is powered on, and Bluetooth is connected, tap the Power/Mode Button three times to switch between the mobile phone’s front and rear cameras.
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Push the Zoom Slider on the left of the handle to zoom in or out.
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No.
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Yes.
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Tap the metering button in the lower left corner of the screen to switch to ActiveTrack. Mark an object on the screen to track it as it moves.
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No. ActiveTrack will not be affected by the camera’s resolution.
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For Timelapse, the Osmo Mobile 2 can be mounted to the bottom base or Tripod when shooting from a fixed angle.
For Motion Timelapse, the Osmo Mobile 2 moves between the preset positions and captures scenes from different angles.
For Hyper Timelapse, you can hold the Osmo Mobile 2 and capture views while walking.
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Yes. You can set parameters manually in the Camera Settings menu. This function is only supported by iOS devices.
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Yes, you can choose and set slow, medium, and fast speeds in DJI GO.
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Yes, you can change the video resolution in DJI GO (default resolution is 720p). However, the maximum video resolution will be limited by the mobile phone’s camera.
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No.
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If you are an iOS user, the app will tell you how much storage space there is for video. Unfortunately, this does not apply to Android users.
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Yes.
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Yes. Go to Settings, choose Live Broadcast Platform and the Custom option (or type in the platform’s name) then follow the on-screen instructions.
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SmoothTrack speed varies based on the Scene Mode. It moves faster in Sport Mode but slower in Walk Mode.
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To ensure optimum image quality, manual metering, focus, and zoom have been disabled when shooting motion time-lapse videos.
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A maximum of 5.
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Yes. Go to Camera Settings and turn on or off the function.
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The shooting direction of the phone’s camera will not be affected by the movement of your arms in a tilt axis.
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For iOS devices, they will be stored in the DJI GO app, and you can store them on the album manually. For Android devices, you can choose to store photos and videos either in your phone or an SD card.
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Yes. You can use it for both. However, it is only available for video recording at 720p.
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Yes.
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The battery can last 15 hours and a full charge requires around 2 hours. The battery is built in the Osmo Mobile 2 and cannot be replaced.
*Under test conditions when the Osmo Mobile 2 has been balanced.
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To charge the Osmo Mobile 2, connect the charging port on the right side of the Osmo Mobile 2 with the provided power cable. The maximum charging current is 2A.
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The Osmo Mobile 2 can charge mobile devices with the USB port at the back of the handle.
The charging voltage and current are 5V and 1.5A.
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Yes.
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We give every Osmo Mobile 2 a unique serial number, which is located on the side of the phone holder. You can easily locate your device by finding the serial number. You can also change the name of your device in the DJI GO app.
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Disconnect the paired mobile phone, turn off the mobile phone’s Bluetooth and connect the other mobile phone you want to use.
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The Osmo Mobile 2 is not compatible with most of the Osmo accessories. However, a 1/4’’-20 UNC port is added for connecting the Osmo Tripod.
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It is a 1/4’’-20 UNC port which is compatible with the Osmo Mobile 2 bottom base, Osmo’s Tripod and third-party accessories.
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External lenses may affect the balance of the gimbal. Large, heavy lenses are not recommended.
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