DJI OSMO Mobile Gimbal for iPhone

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  • Overview

    The DJI OSMO Mobile Gimbal for iPhone lets you capture and share memorable moments more easily and cinematically. Used with the DJI GO app, OSMO Mobile turns your iPhone into a smart motion camera, making everything you shoot look smooth, professional, and ready to share. It automatically tracks your subject, captures stunning motion timelapses, or even streams a moment live around the globe.

    Be in the moment

    ActiveTrack technology built into the DJI GO app allows the OSMO Mobile to automatically keep your iPhone facing you as you move. You no longer have to choose between recording a moment or taking part in it.

    Effortlessly smooth

    If you've ever walked around while shooting video with your iPhone, you'll know how hard it is to keep your camera still. OSMO Mobile smooths and even cancels out the movements you make, stopping camera shake and turning every shot into cinematic video.

    Live streaming

    Share moments using YouTube Live inside DJI GO when mounted in the OSMO Mobile. Every stream you shoot will be steady and smooth.

    Highlights

    Easily shoot smooth, cinematic shots every time

    Get started quickly—just snap in your iPhone, then shoot, share, or livestream with DJI GO app

    ActiveTrack keeps you in the shot as you move

    Shoot timelapses like a pro with just a few taps on the screen

    Take one-second long exposures for light trails and dramatically blurred cars without a tripod

    Panorama function automatically captures and blends nine separate photos

    Compatible with iPhone 5s, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, and iPhone 7 and 7 Plus

    Did You Notice?

    Free DJI GO app lets you capture remarkable timelapses, sweeping panoramas, and more.

    Apple Recommends For

    Taking smooth, cinematic videos with your iPhone.

    What’s in the Box

    DJI OSMO Mobile Gimbal

    Carrying pouch

    Intelligent battery

    Power cable

    Rosette protection cap

    Wrist strap

    Quick start guide

    Tech Specs

    Connections: USB

    Batteries: Rechargeable Lithium-Ion

    Height: 11.14 in./28.3 cm

    Length: 4.29 in./10.9 cm

    Width: 4.06 in./10.3 cm

    Weight: 1.1 lb./501 g

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: CP.ZM.000449

    UPC or EAN No.: 190021279315

    Warranty

    Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.

    Warranty: One year

  • iPhone Models

  • 2.5 Average
    2 out of 5 stars
    Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Doesn't work as advertised

      As other reviews have stated, the OSMO Mobile does not work with iPhones that have optical image stabilization and is especially bad with the iPhone 7 Plus. It As other reviews have stated, the OSMO Mobile does not work with iPhones that have optical image stabilization and is especially bad with the iPhone 7 Plus. It could be that the problem is made worse on the 7 Plus due to the weight of the phone but it is definitely also optical image stabilization related. DJI is aware of the problem as there are threads on their forum and is choosing to ignore it. They seem more interested in arguing with their customers than fixing the problem.

      • Written by CJ P from Omaha

      90 of 101 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Doesn't work as advertised

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Not sure what all these bad reviews are referring to

      I'm seeing a handful of people talk about returning their Osmo because they claim its not compatible with the iPhone7+, that it's causing some sort of bobbling I'm seeing a handful of people talk about returning their Osmo because they claim its not compatible with the iPhone7+, that it's causing some sort of bobbling (assuming you mean rolling shutter?)... I honestly don't know where thats coming from, I have yet to see either of those statements as true. And I am using an iPhone7+. For those complaining about how they bought this to "shoot high-quality 4k video" (which btw, using those exact words already makes you sound like a paid, professional reviewer who was sent here to trash a product), the only explanation I can find for things like not being able to turn off the built-in stabilization, which you complain about, is that you are using the stock camera app on the phone- which is a great app for my parents, my wife, but if you are really trying to make cinematic video from your phone, you should be using a specialized video app, something like Filmic Pro or Mavis, both of which will allow you to completely customize your shooting settings/high bitrate/turning off built-in stabilization if you want it (and btw, offers Osmo Mobile support built into it). Or maybe you're using the Osmo app which is available? You shouldn't, it doesn't offer much more than the stock app and is not a legit "filmmaking" app. You bought a gimbal to shoot video, at least take the time and get an app worthy to go along with it. And for those complaining how smooth the product videos look but how you had "to walk very slow" to get decent results... that's true for every gimbal out there- literally every single one out there, including my $1000+ dslr gimbal. It's not a magic tool, you have to have a steady hand, there's just no way around it. But to say theres no noticeable change, or to say that it actually looks way worse with the Osmo attached is crazy and complete fake BS. Now I do wish it would work with a case on my phone, I'll take a star off for that. But otherwise an awesome product.

      • Written by Brian W from South Pasadena

      36 of 39 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Not sure what all these bad reviews are referring to

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Does not work with iPhone 7 plus

      No matter what I try I get bouncing on the videos. At the DJI site there are tons of complaints that they should have warned everyone it does not work with iPho No matter what I try I get bouncing on the videos. At the DJI site there are tons of complaints that they should have warned everyone it does not work with iPhone 7. Even their own people can't get it to stop the bouncing enough to change their minds. If we walked as perfect as they expect us to we would not need the device. Youtube has many examples and you should research both sites before even thinking about buying it.

      • Written by Thomas J W from MILL VALLEY

      18 of 23 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Does not work with iPhone 7 plus

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Overheats

      Great product but gets extremely hot and made my iphone 7+ overheat. Now phone battery is stuffed. Not happy!

      • Written by Nikki D from Sydney

      1 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Overheats

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Excellent and amazing!

      I am having the best time using my DJI Osmo Gimbal! I use it with my iPhone 7+ and it works flaulessly. The shots are steady and the functionality of the device I am having the best time using my DJI Osmo Gimbal! I use it with my iPhone 7+ and it works flaulessly. The shots are steady and the functionality of the device is wonderful. I am just amateur mind you, but my videos look amazing now!

      • Written by Bryan M from Long Beach

      10 of 12 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Excellent and amazing!

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Not sure what all these bad reviews are referring to

      I'm seeing a handful of people talk about returning their Osmo because they claim its not compatible with the iPhone7+, that it's causing some sort of bobbling I'm seeing a handful of people talk about returning their Osmo because they claim its not compatible with the iPhone7+, that it's causing some sort of bobbling (assuming you mean rolling shutter?)... I honestly don't know where thats coming from, I have yet to see either of those statements as true. And I am using an iPhone7+. For those complaining about how they bought this to "shoot high-quality 4k video" (which btw, using those exact words already makes you sound like a paid, professional reviewer who was sent here to trash a product), the only explanation I can find for things like not being able to turn off the built-in stabilization, which you complain about, is that you are using the stock camera app on the phone- which is a great app for my parents, my wife, but if you are really trying to make cinematic video from your phone, you should be using a specialized video app, something like Filmic Pro or Mavis, both of which will allow you to completely customize your shooting settings/high bitrate/turning off built-in stabilization if you want it (and btw, offers Osmo Mobile support built into it). Or maybe you're using the Osmo app which is available? You shouldn't, it doesn't offer much more than the stock app and is not a legit "filmmaking" app. You bought a gimbal to shoot video, at least take the time and get an app worthy to go along with it. And for those complaining how smooth the product videos look but how you had "to walk very slow" to get decent results... that's true for every gimbal out there- literally every single one out there, including my $1000+ dslr gimbal. It's not a magic tool, you have to have a steady hand, there's just no way around it. But to say theres no noticeable change, or to say that it actually looks way worse with the Osmo attached is crazy and complete fake BS. Now I do wish it would work with a case on my phone, I'll take a star off for that. But otherwise an awesome product.

      • Written by Brian W from South Pasadena

      36 of 39 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Not sure what all these bad reviews are referring to

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