- 3-Axis Gimbal with 4K Zoom Camera
- Up to 7x Zoom in 1080p, 3.5x in 4K
- Captures DCI 4K/24p, UHD 4K/30p, 2.7K
- Captures Full HD 1080p at 24-120 fps
- Sharp 12MP Still Photos
- Advanced Stabilization for Video & Photo
- Includes iPhone Holder for Monitoring
- On-Board Mic and Included External Mic
- Motion Time-Lapse
- 9-Frame Detailed Panorama Blending
Zoom in on your subjects with the Osmo+, DJI’s first handheld gimbal with an integrated zoom camera. Featuring 3.5x optical and 2x digital zoom, the Osmo+ offers up to 7x zoom when shooting in Full 1080p resolution, and up to 3.5x zoom at all other resolutions.
* Smart Device Not Included
What’s the difference between the Osmo and the Osmo+?
The Osmo+ uses a Zenmuse X3 zoom camera offering up to 7x zoom when shooting 1080p HD video. This is made up of a 3.5x optical zoom and 2x lossless digital zoom. The Zenmuse X3 camera on the Osmo uses a 20mm prime lens with a fixed focal length and focus. It provides a 2x lossless digital zoom when taking 1080p videos.
Can I focus when shooting with an Osmo+? If yes, how?
Yes. The Osmo+ will automatically focus on where you tap on the screen.
What are the max. video and photo resolutions for the Zenmuse X3 Zoom camera?
4K video; 12 megapixel photos.
Can I take timelapse videos with Osmo+?
Can I take long exposure shots with Osmo+?
How long can I shoot for with the Osmo+?
With the standard Osmo High Capacity Intelligent battery you can shoot up to 100 minutes.
Is Zenmuse X3 Zoom compatible with any aerial system?
No, because the software and hardware solutions of the two products are different.
What’s the operating temperature range for the Osmo+?
0℃ to 40℃ .
What’s the max. controllable range of the Osmo+?
25m in ideal situations. Actual range is dependent on the environment.
What kind of Micro SD card can be used on Osmo+?
Class10 and UHS1 or above.
Can I mount the Osmo+ on the Osmo Z-Axis?
Yes. As the Osmo+ is heavier, you will need to adjust the balance by turning the tension adjustment knob after mounting the Osmo+ on the Z-Axis