DJI Launches RS 3 Mini Stabilizer
Furthermore expanding handheld stabilizer, DJI officially released the new lightweight handheld stabilizer RS 3 Mini. DJI RS series stabilizer has RS 3 Pro and RS 3 before, but this time RS 3 Mini adopts a new integrated design, the body is compact and portable and can be put into a shoulder bag after storage.
The vertical shooting mode weighs only 795 grams, about 50% less than the RS 3 Pro, and the horizontal shooting mode is only 850 grams, plus the handle extension tripod is about 128 grams.
DJI RS 3 Mini stabilizer has a weight capacity of 0.4 to 2.0 kg and is supported by the mainstream models of full-frame and APS-C format cameras, up to Sony A7S3 + 24-70mm F2.8 GM generation lens, and the zoom lens can still be stable at the maximum focal length.
To meet the demand for short video shooting, RS Mini 3 supports native vertical shooting mode, directly installing the standard quick-release plate to the vertical arm of the head, and you can turn into vertical shooting form, and the rotation angle of the head is not limited.
It continues the third generation of stabilization algorithm, Bluetooth shutter control function, etc. The gimbal recording key can directly control the camera to start and stop recording or trigger it to take pictures.
RS 3 Mini is also equipped with a 1.4-inch touchscreen color display and a new UI design, which allows most functions to be adjusted without the need for an app, and is equipped with a NATO port on the side to support the installation of handheld adapter grips, external fill-in lights, monitors and other accessories.
The standard battery capacity of 2450mAh, up to 10 hours of battery life, and support for side charging, the fastest 2.5 hours full with its USB-C interface. DJI RS 3 Mini is officially priced at 369 USD for the regular package, and 698 USD for DJI RS 3 Mini Creator Combo.