Osmo is the Osmo handheld gimbal with the Zenmuse X3 camera; Osmo Pro is the Osmo handheld gimbal and Zenmuse X5 camera; and Osmo RAW is the Osmo handheld gimbal and Zenmuse X5R camera;
The new 4.4V High Capacity Intelligent Battery uses new battery cells (24% higher energy density), increasing shooting time.
100 minutes using the Osmo Charger; 120 minutes using the Osmo Quad Charger System, which charges up to four High Capacity Intelligent Batteries.
Using the new battery, you can shoot for 80 minutes with the Osmo Pro and 34 minutes with the Osmo RAW. This compares to 59 minutes for the Osmo Pro and 25 minutes for the Osmo RAW using the regular battery.
The Osmo High Capacity Intelligent Battery has over charge protection. Charging automatically stops when the battery is fully charged or if errors occur during charging. There is no need remove the battery when fully charged.
System Status Indicator will blink red quickly then the Osmo Pro or RAW will turn off. Video captured will be stored in the SD card as a temporary file. When a charged battery is inserted the file will be restored.
Both cameras capture 4K video and 16 megapixel photos. The Osmo RAW is capable of capturing video in 4K CinemaDNG RAW.
20cm (with the DJI standard 15mm lens)
Yes. A tripod is required as handheld long exposures are less stable than using the standard Osmo.
Connect the DJI Focus Handwheel and the X5 Adaptor using an Osmo CAN-Bus cable.
Class 10, UHS1 or above.
The DJI Focus Handwheel can currently only be connected to the Osmo Pro and RAW. It does not feature a wireless transmission function or an air system.
Max. controllable range will vary by operating frequency. 2.4G has a maximum range of 82ft (25m) and 5G has a maximum range of 328ft (100m).
Yes. Handheld gimbals in the Osmo Series are interchangeable, with the exception of the Osmo Mobile. When using either the X5 or X5R camera, adaptors are required and the camera will need to be updated to the latest version.
No, you can only do this through Wi-Fi.