The DJI RS2 is an excellent gimbal that will get you glancing shots. The RS2 is the latest camera stabilizer in DJI's line of professional gimbals.
It is pretty much lighter than its predecessors. Still, it can handle an even greater maximum payload because it uses carbon fiber material. It comes with a new algorithm, which produces smoother reservation.
features an inbuilt display that makes the smartphone superfluous, and its raven-eye image transmitter can stream the camera's signal far away. The RS2 can lift not only mirrorless or DSLR but even mid-sized cinema cameras with a maximum weight of 41/2 kg.
You have got a nice 1.4 inches full-color LCD touch screen, which enhances the user experience for accessing its extraordinary features. There is a front dial for focus with single-handed control and a fine-tuning knob for quick balancing. It comes with a 12 hours battery life to keep you shooting all day.
Apart from these, RS2 is full of innovative features such as ActiveTrack, 3D autofocus, Time tunnel track, and Hyper lapse. Its 3D autofocus sensor measures the distance between lens and subject for a sharp picture, even in low light.
With ActiveTack, it uses the source signal to track your subject.
Undoubtedly, it is a professional filmmaking solution that is not only optimized for capturing unique shots but also adopts your vision.
We provide you the best including its accessories. With its countless creative features, camera compatibility, and an extensive ecosystem of accessories, you are going to turn your visual possibilities into cinematic reality.
● Ports: RSA/NATO
● Connections: Bluetooth 5.0/ USB-C
● Dimension: 16.1x10.2x7.7"
● Battery life: 12 hours
● Charging time: 1.5 hours
● Hyper lapse
● 3D Autofocus
DJI RS 2 Gimbal Stabilizer Overview
The DJI RS 2 is a redesigned follow-up to the Ronin-S gimbal with a payload of up to 10 lb. It's about 25% lighter and more compact thanks to monocoque carbon fiber axis arms and a shorter grip handle with a smaller battery cartridge, although still with a 12-hour runtime. The motors are about 20% more powerful and support cameras such as the Blackmagic Pocket 6K, Canon 1D X Mark III, Sony a7S III, and ALEXA Mini LF. Please see the most current camera and lens compatibility list on the DJI website.
The RS 2 also has a 1.4" full-color LCD touchscreen that allows you to access gimbal settings as well as features such as time-lapse and hyperlapse, which were previously accessible only via the companion mobile app.
The RS 2 uses the DJI Titan stabilization algorithm to provide improved stabilization with increased smoothness. In applications with up to 100mm zoom lenses, a built-in feature called SuperSmooth complements the algorithm by compensating for micromovements and increasing torque to achieve fluid motion (an optional lens support is required).
There are also two RSA ports with electrical contacts for dedicated accessories, and each port has a NATO mount for quick release attachment of these optional accessories. One RSA port is provided on the left and one on the right side of the gimbal. Supported accessories include a focus wheel, a twist-grip dual handle, and a universal mount for efficiently attaching the gimbal to a car, jib, or slider.
The companion iOS/Android Ronin app offers many creative features in addition to standard time-lapse and panorama functions. Time Tunnel combines roll motion with hyperlapse to "twist" space and time. Track allows you to create a repeatable camera movement path for a tightly choreographed shot. Force Mobile makes the gimbal follow your smartphone's movements. Force Mobile can also be achieved with enhanced responsiveness when you use the optional DJI RavenEye 1080p transmission system. As mentioned, many of these features can be accessed from the touchscreen LCD of the RS 2. When you use the optional RavenEye system, you can also display a live view of your subjects on the touchscreen when using the RavenEye's ActiveTrack feature.
The RS 2 uses a dual-layer Manfrotto plus Arca-Swiss camera mounting system with two removable quick release plates. For social media content, the gimbal can be adjusted at the tab of a button to position your camera into portrait mode. To let you efficiently balance your camera, the RS 2 has an axis lock on each axis, so you can unlock and balance one axis at a time. Additionally, a fine-tune balancing knob allows you to further dial in the optimal balance for your camera.
The gimbal runs for up to 12 hours on a battery cartridge that secures to the included grip handle. The cartridge can easily be swapped out for another one, sold separately. The cartridge is rechargeable via a USB Type-C port on the grip, and the grip can be totally removed from the gimbal when you need to recharge the battery. The BG30 grip is compatible with the PD and QC 2.0 charging protocols. DJI highly recommends using a 24W charger, not included. The battery supports 24W fast charging and can be fully recharged in about 1.5 hours.
The RS 2 comes with a splash-proof carry case designed with dedicated compartments for the different parts of the gimbal and key accessories. A mini tripod is also included and attaches to a 1/4"-20 thread on the bottom of the grip handle to function as a stand or an extension handle for two-handed maneuvering of the gimbal in certain scenarios.
DJI recommends using only the dedicated Ronin quick release plates for mounting a camera and a 24W USB charger for recharging the included battery.
LCD Touchscreen Languages
English, Chinese (Simplified/Traditional), French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish, Thai