Josh ! HELP ! Just got the Osmo Mobile 2. Ran into the problem that the DJI GO app does not seem to recognize my Galaxy S9's hi-res camera options. So when I go to "Camera" in the app, the ONLY Resolution available is 720p. And it is not like the other resolutions are visible, and "grayed out". The only thing even visible, at all, is 720p. Period. Any ideas ? Thanks !
First why would you want it to be type c, micro USB is far more readily used, and yea it’s pretty close to the smooth q but... the zoom on smooth q is soo badly designed, you have to press and let go otherwise it changes cameras who was behind that decision
Someone knows any information about the android device's compatibility if acquired in Apple Stores ? Exist problems or not exist? Cause in the Apple Store site, only make reference a Apple devices compability...
This new version is a complete piece of crap. It's more susceptible to jitter because it's lighter, the controls make no sense, & they got rid of the mounting screw on the side because you could build a whole rig around that before. It's just an attempt to sell more units than the last model. Their target market is easy to fool because most folks who want to film on their phones don't know what the hell they're doing anyways. The price cut IS NOT worth it.
It looks like the build quality is cheaper material. Hence the price I'm guessing but the only real improvement I noticed is the tripod stand screw in location is finally in the place it should of been. At the bottom.
I'm not sure why would you record video in portrait mode when play backs are 16:9? I'm not criticising, just wandering in what scenarios you would use portrait mode? In all the examples you gave in this video all the portrait modes had black bars left and right which looked awkward.
the first one was way better on iphone, i just switch back from the note 8 to the iphone 8 jus because i wanted to use my gimble again. it wouldnt even calibrate or stay up at all using the note. works normal now with my iphone. smh thats probably why apple has it first.
I’m about to buy an osmo mobile but I’m confused, which one will work better for semi professional videos? I was reading according to some people, osmo mobile 1 is more expensive due to the good material quality and better for professional uses. Is it true??? Thanks for this awesome review
Great video, thank you although I feel the following is the conclusion I would draw for your video:
Oh dear, the DJI team have a history of bad software for Android users, valid comments you make and I agree with you wholeheartedly.
Oh dear, Oslo Mobile 1 and 2 can't solve Apple's silly inability to turn of Image Stabilisation thus making the video shaking and weird and a result of the two stabilisation units competing to solve the issue.
So my conclusion is iPhone user no, Android user maybe...
Dear Apple please solve this in a firmware update if you can otherwise I have to use my Galaxy S8 and brag my video's were done an Android.... As you can see I use both so try to be agonistic and unbiased... :-)
this is ridiculous. they completely ripped off the zhiyun smooth q. everything about it looks the same. i expected more out of dji. also for anyone out there thinking about getting this, dont. get the smooth q. it is a smoother gimble and much better for the price.
you could pre-order it at B and H before it was even available to pre-order on apple. I also preodered it first at some other indie online tech store and I canceled those once the apple pre-order was available. Mine was shipped today. On B&H it was estimated Feb-March so dont worry you dont need to get it at apple. It wont be exclusive too long if at all.
For $129 this is great (relative to the original model and it's price tag) but I think one could skip this out. Save the $129, and put it towards a 2018 phone, the stabilization is going to be improved even further than it already is. I can't justify buying this/taking up space in my bag if it is only 20% better than my Note 8. As the video explains, if you do rapid movements (speed walk) or even do a "over-the-top" shot the motor will fail, so it does not even perform up to the far I would personally use it for. You are better off with a a gorilla/mono/selfie pod instead for $20-40. Thanks for this video and going into detail on practical use cases!
Thanks for showing some of the weaknesses and issues! I'm also frustrated that they removed the accessory connection on the side where they now have the zoom control... where/how are we now supposed to connect an external mic like the Rode Video Micro?
What all of these lame reviews don't tell you is you can only shot 4k on an iPhone and only a few android phones. Hell I had the original one and it didn't support 4k for the note 5 which was top of the line when I got it. The APP never got better over time, they just kept adding features instead of making sure the APP worked as it should.
App crashing can not be blamed on Android but can be blamed on the APP Builder that is DJI... their software is trash... cool tech but awful developers when it comes to their App... I have had issues with it on Android and IOS... pure trash of a company... cool tech they have though...
there is another person who did a review using the iPhone X and since the Optical Image Stabilization on the iPhone's can't be shut off the footage was awful when using the Osmo Mobile 2 because it was fighting each other... literally awful... but what do I care? I do not own a crappy iPhone...
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