Support for Ronin-S


FAQ

We have tested a payload capacity 3.6 kg (8 lbs.) while maintaining optimal performance.
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It weighs 1.86 kg, and its dimensions are 202×185×486 mm.
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-20°C (4°F) to 45°C (113°F).
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a. Press the battery’s power button once to turn on the grip.
b. Press and hold the gimbal’s power button to turn on the gimbal.
c. Enable Bluetooth on your mobile device.
d. Launch the Ronin app and select “Ronin-S” once it is detected. Make sure your device is connected to the Internet and follow the on-screen instructions to activate the Ronin-S.
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With the optional universal mount, Ronin-S can be attached to a remote buggy, car, cablecam, monopod, jib arm and dolly.
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0.16 A (static current).
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Press the Trigger three times.
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Press the Trigger twice.
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Press and hold the M Button to enable the Sport mode, release the button to return to the previous mode.
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Compared with other modes, the Sport mode allows the gimbal to respond to movements quickly with fast-tracking speed and acceleration.
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The Ronin-S supports three profiles, which can be customized by users themselves. The default profiles 1, 2, and 3 on the Ronin-S correspond to slow, medium, and fast speeds.
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Yes, they can be adjusted on the Motor Parameter screen.
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The Ronin-S has an integrated design. Only two hex keys are required when mounting and securing the Focus Wheel.
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For more details, please refer to the tutorial video on DJI’s official website.
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The Ronin-S uses an RB1-2400 mAh- 14.4 V Intelligent Battery.
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It takes approximately two hours to charge the battery fully when using the 24W USB Power Adapter.
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A fully charged battery can power the Ronin-S continuously for 12 hours if the gimbal is properly balanced.
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Yes.The adaptive cable will be added in the near future.
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One battery.
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Press the battery’s power button once to turn it on. Press the battery’s power button once and then press and hold it to turn it off. When the battery is idle for 12 hours, it will automatically turn off.
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The following cameras can be mounted to the Ronin-S: Canon 1/5/6/7D series, Sony A6000/A6300/A6500/A9/A7 series, Panasonic G4/5/5S, Nikon D850/D5/D3/D300/D300S/D3S/D3X/D4/D4S/D500/D5000/D5100/D5200/D5300/D5500/D600/D610/D700/D7000/D7100/D7200/D750/D800/D810/D810A/D90/Df. More camera models and lens can be supported. For more details, go to DJI’s official website and check the Ronin-S compatibility list.
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Connect the camera to the Ronin-S’ Camera Control Port with a camera control cable, then you can use the Camera Control Button to take photos or record videos.
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After the gimbal is powered on, the Focus Wheel’s indicator will blink red once, indicating that Focus Wheel is not connected. If the Focus Wheel’s indicator is solid yellow, it means that the external Focus motor is detected, but the calibration is not done. If the Focus Wheel’s indicator is solid green, the camera supporting E-Focus Control is connected, or the external Focus motor is connected, and the calibration was done. If the Focus Wheel’s indicator blinks green twice, the motor’s A and B points have been set.
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Yes, power on the Ronin-S after it is balanced, go to the app’s Setting screen, and tap “Auto Tune”.
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Yes, connect the Ronin-S to the Ronin app, tap “Configuration” and “SmoothTrack”, and adjust the Speed, Deadband, and Acceleration values for the pan, tilt, and roll axes.
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Launch the Ronin app, tap “Configuration” and “Motor Parameter”, then you can check the Stiffness, Strength, Filter, etc.
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Launch the Ronin app, go to the main screen, and tap “Status” and “Checklist” to check the connection status of the peripheral devices.
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Launch the Ronin app, go to the main screen, tap “Status” and “Battery”, and check the battery’s voltage, temperature, remaining power, total capacity, etc.
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Launch the Ronin app, tap “About” and “Device List”, and modify the device’s name and password.
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The Ronin app can be only be used to adjust the Ronin-S’ settings. It does not support firmware updates.
To update the Ronin-S’ firmware, please use the DJI Assistant software for Windows or Mac.
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Yes, launch the Ronin app and tap “Create” to change the gimbal’s orientation.
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Panorama, Timelapse, Motionlapse, and Track are available.
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When using the Ronin app to control the Ronin-S, the controllable range is around 10 meters in an open environment free of interference.
When using a third-party control system, the controllable range varies. For details, please consult the third-party control system’s manufacturer.
When using the DJI Pro Wireless Receiver, the controllable range can reach up to 3 km in an open environment free of interference.
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