• Shoot smooth camera footage thanks to the three-axis gimbal system
• Auto tune stability ensures that optimal motor settings are established for different cameras giving you stable recordings every time
• Tilt, pan and roll axes can be changed with the included remote control allowing you to take the perfect shot
• Be able to shoot different perspectives with three different modes to choose from - underslung, upright and briefcase mode
• DJI Ronin assistant app allows you to change various Ronin-M settings with your smart device over Bluetooth
• Supports a variety of cameras that fit onto the adjustable mountWhat can I do with the DJI Ronin-M?
The DJI Ronin-M is a three-axis gimbal that helps to stabilize your attached camera so that you are able to achieve smooth handheld footage. The strong and rigid magnesium frame ensures that you can film in a variety of environments. Setting up of the gimbal and balancing the camera takes less than five minutes, with the auto tune stability technology ensuring that the gimbal is fully optimised for your camera.
Additionally with the smooth track mode, the camera angle changes based on your tilt and pan movements. This makes the shooting of amazing close up scenes and wide angle shots, especially for a single operator, much easier. Alternatively, you can control the camera’s angle with the included remote, this allows you to move the camera independent of how the operator holds the gimbal.
What is the difference between this model and the DJI Ronin?
The major difference between the DJI Ronin-M and Ronin is the weight and size, the DJI Ronin-M weighs almost half as much as the Ronin does at 2300g. With the smaller size and weight of the Ronin-M it is easier to take around and can simply fit into your bag, making it extremely portable.
What cameras can I use with the DJI Ronin-M?
The Ronin-M supports a broad range of different cameras that have a maximum width, depth and height of 160mm by 120mm by 195mm, with a maximum weight of 3,600g. The three different modes allow you to position the camera to capture numerous perspectives. The first is the underslung mode, which records at chest level and lets you attach the gimbal to a crane. Another is the upright mode, this mode allows you to record above eye level for a top down view. The final mode is the briefcase, under this mode you hold the gimbal like a briefcase and can make recording in narrow spaces effortless.