INTRO: The Osmo Mobile 4 features a ‘magnetic quick-release’ design. The setup consists of a magnetic phone clamp and a magnetic ring holder that attaches to your smartphone. It goes without saying that the ring holder also doubles as a phone kickstand.
In terms of software, DJI has upped its game with dedicated modes for neat features. First up, there’s a ‘Dynamic Zoom’ mode that essentially replicates dolly zoom, also popularly referred to as the ‘Hitchcock effect’. Using it’s as simple as switching on the feature and walking. The algorithm will look out of the remainder to offer you stunning visuals.
Another handy feature with the OM4 is CloneMe – a panorama mode that makes one panorama shot from multiple images in order that you’ll change your position by the time you shoot the second image.
DJI’s ActiveTrack 3.0 enhances subject tracking. consistent with the corporate, the remake recognizes adults, children, and pets with higher accuracy. Moreover, the newly added Flashlight mode uses a built-in sensor to acknowledge your hand movements and automatically adjusts the angle.
The gimbal also retains the features from its predecessors like gesture control, timelapse, motion lapse, hyper-lapse, portrait and landscape positioning, movie, and SpinShot effect.
The device charges through a USB-C port and lasts up to fifteen hours on one charge. In ideal conditions, completely charging the OM4 takes up to 2.5 hours.
DJI has priced the Osmo Mobile 4 at $149. it’s available to shop for from DJI’s official store and other leading stores like Best Buy, Moment, and B&H Photo.