DJI’s Osmo Action 3 has stabilised 4k/120fps filming and a preference for portrait mode
DJI has unveiled the Osmo Action 3, the newest addition to its tiny action camera lineup. This latest product from the world’s premier drone manufacturer has been completely redesigned, with two touchscreens and a concentration on portrait-mode photography.
The DJI Action 2, which had a modular design backed by a range of magnetic attachments, has few similarities to the Osmo Action 3. Instead, this newest product from DJI looks more like the first edition in the series, the original DJI Osmo Action.
The camera has a 1/1.7-inch imaging system that can shoot in 4K quality at 120 frames per second and has a 155-degree field of view. It has DJI’s RockSteady 3.0 image stabilization, which works even at 4K/120fps, as well as HorizonSteady, which the firm claims can keep film level for surfers “even during strong shocks and 360-degree spins.” HorizonBalancing, which DJI describes as “the optimal middle ground between RockSteady and HorizonSteady” for activities like as an FPV obstacle course run, rounds out the package.