Must have accessories for the Osmo Pocket

Posted by Kerry 03/06/2019 0 Comment(s) Product Reviews,

The DJI Osmo Pocket has become a game-changing camera for many people. The Osmo Pocket's small size and amazing image quality make it an incredible camera platform to take with you everywhere you go. We get asked a lot about our favorite accessories and while all of the accessories serve a purpose, there are two that we think everyone should have.

Osmo Pocket Control Wheel

The control wheel brings a much greater range of control to the Osmo Pocket. A switch under the wheel allows you to switch from tilting the camera up and down to rotate the camera left and right. The further you push the wheel, the faster the movement which allows you to catch fast action or create a very slow, smooth movement.

The button on the left side changes the gimbal from the regular Follow mode, FPV mode, and Tilt-Lock mode, giving you several options for controlling the gimbal.

The button on the right is used to flip the camera from the front angle to selfie mode.

if you want the ultimate control over your Osmo Pocket, the Osmo Pocket Control Wheel should be at the top of your list.

 

Osmo Pocket Wireless Module

While using the Osmo Pocket attached to your smartphone is a pretty usable solution most of the time, there are times when you don't want to leave your phone hanging off the side, especially when doing shots like timelapses.

The wireless module supports both WiFi and Bluetooth connections for maximum flexibility.

The Osmo Pocket Wireless Module also has a wider, flat base to keep the Osmo Pocket more secure when leaving on a flat surface for longer shots.

On the back of the Wireless Module is a USB-C connection for charging your Osmo Pocket or for plugging in a powerbank for extended shooting times.

 

Polar Pro ND Filter Set

The Osmo Pocket only has adjustable shutter and ISO which can cause extremely high shutter speeds to be needed to control the exposure. With the Polar Pro ND Filter set, you can choose between an ND4, ND8, and ND16 filter to get your shutter speed under control and get a smoother, more cinematic look to your footage.

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