BEACON TRANSCRIPT – Like most tech producers trying to incorporate smart technology on their own devices, DJI OSMO launched the first smartphone-controlled 4K camera in an attempt to offer selfie- lovers many more options. The camera can be easily operated with just one hand thanks to its small shape and its robotic selfie stick.
DJI Osmo has made a reputation on the tech market after creating some of the most advanced drone systems. The company felt they needed to use all the experience they have gathered so far and create a mouth-opening 4K HD camera like users have never seen before.
Their endeavor turned out to be a success and DJI Osmo recently launched the first smartphone-controlled 4K camera. Tech analysists described the new camera as a godsend device, which eliminates most of the discomfort of self-filming.
The new device delivers 4K HD videos and 12MP photos. The Zenmuse camera as it is officially named is compatible with smartphone technology. The camera can be remotely controlled using a simple iPhone with the help of a pre-installed app, developers have explained.
Users, who want to replace the 4K camera, they can simply attach their smartphone to the robotic selfie stick. This accessory allows the mounting of the camera or smartphone on vehicles in case customers want to film while they travel or practice sports.
Although its tech specifications are highly advanced the camera is very small. It only weighs 221 grams, so it can be easily carried around. In addition, the control buttons have all been placed within thumb’s reach because the developer wanted to give users the possibility to take selfie pictures.
As expected, users will have to pay a relatively large sum of money for DJI’s new camera. According to the company’s declaration, the starting price is $649, but it can get pricier if customers want to add new accessories. Prices for accessories may range between $25 and $75, the company concluded.
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