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Shoot Super-Smooth Handheld Videos With the DJI Osmo Pocket


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Settings
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FPV
Bluetooth
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Flip
The 4K
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Positivity     43.00%   
   Negativity   57.00%
The New York Times
SOURCE: https://www.wired.com/review/dji-osmo-pocket/
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Summary

It supports a smartphone if you just want to shoot video with that; but if you’re going to do that, you should at least consider the much-cheaper Osmo Mobile 2.Speaking of smartphones: The Osmo Pocket feels like it very well could go the way of the Flip, that handy pocket camera that was decimated by emerging smartphone technology. The Osmo Pocket captures 12-megapixel still images and, more notably, full 4K video at up to 60 frames per second.You can also attach a smartphone, via Lightning or USB-C, directly to the Osmo Pocket and use DJI’s Mimo app as a live viewfinder. But the device itself also has a small LCD touchscreen, and after using the Pocket a few times, I’m convinced that capturing video on the tiny thing itself is a large part of its charm.The Pocket’s interface is intuitive. The Pocket lasts for a couple hours if you’re shooting HD video; the battery drains significantly once you switch to 4K capture, and the Pocket can get toasty in 4K mode.Swiping through all of the Pocket’s built-in settings is intuitive, too. Which means the Pocket lacks one of the major appeals of capturing video on smartphones, at least for some people.

As said here by Lauren Goode