Selfie sticks have made an impact on most smartphone users or at least, the highly narcissistic ones. A new product could soon replace selfie sticks: robotic selfies sticks. Here are the 3 reasons why DJI Osmo 4K handheld camera is better than any selfie stick.
- New tech specifications of DJI Osmo’s handheld 4K camera
- Reasons why the new camera is better than selfie sticks
- Price ranges and availability
Inspired by users’ selfie techniques, DJI Osmo has launched a new tech product that makes it even easier for users to take pictures of themselves: the 4K Zenmuse camera. The filming device has a genuine robotic selfie stick embedded on it, so users can snap shake-free selfies.
Unlike existing cameras, DJI Osmo’s device aims to deliver professional services, which means the tech specs of the camera are far more advanced than those existing on smartphones and tablets. The selfie stick was originally designed as an accessory for Osmo’s camera, but it can also be bought separately.
When producers created the robotic selfie stick they did not expect tripods to become so popular. Now that selfie sticks are used on a regular basis, DJI Osmo decided to commercialize them separately, offering selfie lovers a new tool.
Yet, the producer guarantees there are far more advantages to using the 4K Zenmuse camera. For starters, the camera is the result of all the previous works that the developer has conducted in order to improve aerial photography. Consequently, the image stabilization feature is one of the most advanced at present.
Since the camera was designed to be held with one single hand, control buttons have all been placed within thumb’s reach. The camera can be mounted on various objects from bicycles to flying drones – the company’s trademark product.
Smartphone technology has also been integrated as DJI Osmo could not remain indifferent to the importance that users attribute to these devices. According to the company, the 4K camera can be remotely controlled with the help of the smartphone. Also, the robotic selfie stick works perfectly with the smartphone in case customers don’t want to take the 4K camera with them.
As the description says the DJI Osmo camera allows 4K HD videos of 60 Mbps and 60p. Users can choose between JPEG and DNG formats, either way, the 12-megapixels will work to deliver clear pictures. Users can store as many as 64 GB of files and use the camera for 3 to 4 hours due to the 980 mAh battery.
The 4K camera set costs approximately $650, but accessories may be purchased in exchange of smaller sums, the company has informed. Thus, these products have prices ranging from $25 to $75.
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