DJI Ronin Stabilised Camera Gimbal

The DJI Ronin, like the Movi, is a 3-axis stabilised handheld gimbal which provides ultra smooth handheld and tracking shots, previously only possible with larger stedicam rigs.

The possibilities for stabilised moving shots are endless

– Hand held tracking shots
– Car tracking shots
– Stablised aerials from helicopter, hot air balloon or other aircraft
– On the water
– As a hot head for remote control motion on jibs and other hard mounts
– Low angles
– Hand held ‘jib’ shots

The Ronin provides a number of benefits over other gimbals on the market

– Fast 5-minute set up time
– Tool free adjustment
– High payload capacity for larger cameras including the RED Epic Dragon
– Central power distribution from a single battery
– Durable aircraft grade aluminium build

Dual Operator mode provides the ability to remotely pan and tilt the camera. This is great for using the Ronin as a hot head on hard mounts, jibs etc or for complicated hand held shots where one operator is able to position the Ronin while a second operator controls the camera pan and tit remotely.

For more information visit dji.com/product/ronin

My Ronin kit includes a complete package with all the extras needed for a range of uses including:

– Ronin Stabilised Camera Gimbal
– Motor drive modules
– IMU module
– Power supply and breakout box
– Handle bar
– Wireless remote controller
– Wireless thumb controller
–  Tuning stand
– 2x battery packs for up to 8 hours operation
– Battery charger
– Monitor and monitor mounting bracket
– Universal mount for mounting on jibs and other hard mounts
– 2x quick release mounts
– Extension rod holder
– Camera mounting plate
– Paralinx video transmitter/receiver
– Wireless director’s monitor
– iPad for wireless configuration
– Hyperflex Ultra thin RED LCD cable
– D-tap to RED power cable
– Flight case for air travel

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