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DJI OSMO+ Plus Handheld Fully Stabilized 4K Camera Ultimate Bundle
DJI OSMO+ Plus Handheld Fully Stabilized 4K Camera Ultimate Bundle
DJI OSMO+ Plus Handheld Fully Stabilized 4K Camera Ultimate Bundle
DJI OSMO+ Plus Handheld Fully Stabilized 4K Camera Ultimate Bundle
DJI OSMO+ Plus Handheld Fully Stabilized 4K Camera Ultimate Bundle
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DJI OSMO+ Plus Handheld Fully Stabilized 4K Camera Ultimate Bundle

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DJI OSMO+ Plus Handheld Fully Stabilized 4K Camera Ultimate Bundle
DJI OSMO+ Plus Handheld Fully Stabilized 4K Camera Ultimate Bundle
DJI OSMO+ Plus Handheld Fully Stabilized 4K Camera Ultimate Bundle
DJI OSMO+ Plus Handheld Fully Stabilized 4K Camera Ultimate Bundle
DJI OSMO+ Plus Handheld Fully Stabilized 4K Camera Ultimate Bundle
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Features

  • Camera features a 22-77mm zoom lens, 3.5 optical and 2 digital lossless zoom.
  • Camera will shoot 4K video, 12 megapixel photos and offers silent recording.
  • Professional 3-axis stabilization.
  • Camera offers support for motion timelapse, panorama, long exposure and more.
  • Camera is compatible with a range of optional accessories. Shoot anytime, anywhere.

Description

Zoom in on your subjects with the Osmo+, DJI's first handheld gimbal with an integrated zoom camera. Featuring 3.5x optical and 2x digital zoom, the Osmo+ offers up to 7x zoom when shooting in Full 1080p resolution, and up to 3.5x zoom at all other resolutions.The Osmo+ features a 4K camera capable of capturing DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) resolution at 24/25 fps, Ultra HD 4K (3840 x 2160) at up to 30 fps, 2.7K, and Full HD 1080p at 24-120 fps. It also shoots sharp 12MP still photos. The Osmo+ is also designed with advanced stabilization that will help you shoot smoother video, and it is also optimized for increased stability during stills capture. This Kit Includes: DJI Osmo+ Plus Handheld 4K Camera and 3-Axis Gimbal Manufacturer Accessories: M-15 FlexiMic for Osmo Gimbal Camera Osmo Phone Holder Osmo Intelligent Battery (1225 mAh) Osmo Intelligent Battery Charger Osmo Carry Case 16GB microSDHC Card Wrist Strap UV Filter Lens Cap Rosette Protection Cap Additional Accessories:Osmo Intelligent Battery (1225 mAh)SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC UHS-I Card with Adapter Ultimaxx Dual USB ChargerMicrofiber Cleaning Cloth


Package Dimensions: 14.29 x 10.91 x 6.18 inches


Item Weight: 4.4 pounds


Item model number: CP.ZM.000425


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: January 12, 2017


Manufacturer: DJI


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Returns

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Features

  • Camera features a 22-77mm zoom lens, 3.5 optical and 2 digital lossless zoom.
  • Camera will shoot 4K video, 12 megapixel photos and offers silent recording.
  • Professional 3-axis stabilization.
  • Camera offers support for motion timelapse, panorama, long exposure and more.
  • Camera is compatible with a range of optional accessories. Shoot anytime, anywhere.

Description

Zoom in on your subjects with the Osmo+, DJI's first handheld gimbal with an integrated zoom camera. Featuring 3.5x optical and 2x digital zoom, the Osmo+ offers up to 7x zoom when shooting in Full 1080p resolution, and up to 3.5x zoom at all other resolutions.The Osmo+ features a 4K camera capable of capturing DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) resolution at 24/25 fps, Ultra HD 4K (3840 x 2160) at up to 30 fps, 2.7K, and Full HD 1080p at 24-120 fps. It also shoots sharp 12MP still photos. The Osmo+ is also designed with advanced stabilization that will help you shoot smoother video, and it is also optimized for increased stability during stills capture. This Kit Includes: DJI Osmo+ Plus Handheld 4K Camera and 3-Axis Gimbal Manufacturer Accessories: M-15 FlexiMic for Osmo Gimbal Camera Osmo Phone Holder Osmo Intelligent Battery (1225 mAh) Osmo Intelligent Battery Charger Osmo Carry Case 16GB microSDHC Card Wrist Strap UV Filter Lens Cap Rosette Protection Cap Additional Accessories:Osmo Intelligent Battery (1225 mAh)SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC UHS-I Card with Adapter Ultimaxx Dual USB ChargerMicrofiber Cleaning Cloth


Package Dimensions: 14.29 x 10.91 x 6.18 inches


Item Weight: 4.4 pounds


Item model number: CP.ZM.000425


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: January 12, 2017


Manufacturer: DJI


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Camera features a 22-77mm zoom lens, 3.5 optical and 2 digital lossless zoom.
  • Camera will shoot 4K video, 12 megapixel photos and offers silent recording.
  • Professional 3-axis stabilization.
  • Camera offers support for motion timelapse, panorama, long exposure and more.
  • Camera is compatible with a range of optional accessories. Shoot anytime, anywhere.

Description

Zoom in on your subjects with the Osmo+, DJI's first handheld gimbal with an integrated zoom camera. Featuring 3.5x optical and 2x digital zoom, the Osmo+ offers up to 7x zoom when shooting in Full 1080p resolution, and up to 3.5x zoom at all other resolutions.The Osmo+ features a 4K camera capable of capturing DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) resolution at 24/25 fps, Ultra HD 4K (3840 x 2160) at up to 30 fps, 2.7K, and Full HD 1080p at 24-120 fps. It also shoots sharp 12MP still photos. The Osmo+ is also designed with advanced stabilization that will help you shoot smoother video, and it is also optimized for increased stability during stills capture. This Kit Includes: DJI Osmo+ Plus Handheld 4K Camera and 3-Axis Gimbal Manufacturer Accessories: M-15 FlexiMic for Osmo Gimbal Camera Osmo Phone Holder Osmo Intelligent Battery (1225 mAh) Osmo Intelligent Battery Charger Osmo Carry Case 16GB microSDHC Card Wrist Strap UV Filter Lens Cap Rosette Protection Cap Additional Accessories:Osmo Intelligent Battery (1225 mAh)SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC UHS-I Card with Adapter Ultimaxx Dual USB ChargerMicrofiber Cleaning Cloth


Package Dimensions: 14.29 x 10.91 x 6.18 inches


Item Weight: 4.4 pounds


Item model number: CP.ZM.000425


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: January 12, 2017


Manufacturer: DJI


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Wildside Nature Tours - Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2017
Image quality is fine (though sound sucks horribly)
I received the Osmo+ and all packaging as described. No issues with the seller! However, the DJI Osmo+ is about a frustrating to use as it gets. Image quality is fine (though sound sucks horribly). However, every shot you do must be planned and rehearsed as no spontaneity is possible with this devise. Start-up from "off" can take as much as 10 minutes (usually 5 mins) as the device is NEVER ready to go immediately as I had hoped for my needs. Each time I turned it on it took several minutes for my iPhone screen to show I was connected. Sometimes I had to turn everything off and back on several times to make it connect. Once the image from the camera was visible on my iPhone, I had to then calibrate the horizon as it was always way off. Then after calibrating, it would randomly 'calibrate' itself, meaning that I had to then remove the calibration I did so the horizon was once again level. This often happened several times throughout the start-up. Another frustration was the fact that I could not 'follow' a slow moving subject. No matter what settings I tried, the ubit would over-correct my movements and lose my subject, causing me to have to back-up and try again. So many other issues... I decided to by a Sony Handycam. The Osmo+ will now be a toy for my nephew. If he breaks it, no great loss other than the $600+.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By BLAKE - Reviewed in the United States on April 9, 2018
Does not work in less than daylight conditions without grain.
EDITED: While I was initially impressed with my Osmo and gave a 5 star review, now that I have had more time I have edited my review and dropped down to 3 stars. The Osmo is a great OUTDOOORS camera. If you need this for outdoor use only, you will love it. As long as there is plenty of light, pictures and video will look good. One of the flaws will still be stabilization...wait, isn't that why you buy a gimbal camera in the first place? If you walk with this, you will get camera bounce. It blows my mind that DJI did not include the z axis stabilizer with their gimbal camera. Unless you stand perfectly still and just pan the camera back and forth, it's going to bounce. You could use any handheld and stand in a corner and rotate your body and get just as good of a video, so what's the point of a gimbal camera that you can't walk around with? While this camera produces excellent exterior video, if you want to do anything inside, it's almost useless. At ISO 800 there is pretty clear and defined grain. Sometimes at ISO 400 I can see grain. At ISO 400 you need a ton of light to shoot at 30FPS (with 1/60th shutter) and still have EV close to 0. On several occasions I've had to drop to 30fps and 1/30 shutter and still have my EV -0.5 at ISO 400. Even with this, there is some grain. I tend to shoot in D-log, but I've treid everything to see if I can eliminate the grain. Nothing works. At ISO 800 there is grain even in moderately lit home interiors and there is nothing you can do about it. Because I record properties I need a much better low-light capable camera that will produce moderately low-light with minimal grain. Osmo can't record moderately lit homes during broad daylight without grain, which is a HUGE flaw and limitation of this otherwise decent camera. Battery life- I was really impressed with the battery life while filming, but it almost seems like it uses MORE battery on standby than while filming. It's really weird. There is almost no difference between active filming and standyby (Camera on and ready to film). Now, when you put the Osmo to sleep, it noticeably helps the battery consumption, but then you run into the problem I mentioned above. I think I'm able to get 45-60 minutes out of a battery. These batteries are relatively cheap, so buy a few to have on hand if you plan to use it for long durations. Also make sure to have some large memory cards. I use a sandisk extreme pro 64gb in all my cameras (phantom 4, Osmo+, cell phone, Go Pro's...) and love them.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Mark Bowyer - Reviewed in the United States on May 15, 2018
Looks cool but is basically useless unless your a blogger / ingterviewer / journalist / Narcissist
I obsessed about this product and read all the reviews and watched all the YouTube video’s and dived deeply into the ownership experience and ignored all the valuable advise and stormed ahead to buy this unit. Now if your a blogger and your spending time with your equipment reviewing locations and interviews and generally interacting with the DJI they way you should if your a narsiscit. Your be OK. For the rest of us, its a totally over the top not needed and expensive accessory for your iPhone. The stability is second to none I agree but that’s about it. Starting it and filming with it takes too long, there’s no “whip it out” and film something awesome, if its not assembled and powered up, forget that wonderful swooping owl moment or the osprey plucking a brown trout from your favorite lake. It will take WAY TO LONG to get this damn thing ready for prime time.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jo Throckmorton - Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2020
Solid Workhorse and Easy to Use - But there IS Bad as well
I've used this Osmo+ for a number of years. It is a great go-to camera for "mid-range" quality video productions. The ease of use is incredible. BUT ... the FOCUS function is very difficult to control and manage. It has auto-focus - which you do NOT always want. They "touch to focus" feature is good for the most part - except when the touch screen things you are telling the unit to "sleep" in the middle of a shot. And the response to the focus spotting is SLOW. The Aperture control is just as difficult to use when moving throughout a location with varied lighting. If you set the aperture controls to a middle setting, it holds great - but you get dark spots and blow outs. So, you really have to work, sometimes, to use this unit to it's maximum potential. Also, the SOUND went out for no reason - got nothing but crackling - had to send it in for repair - no explanation given for the breakdown. When the microphone is working, the sound capture is actually quite clear and useable - I can even plug in a wireless to it if I wanted, for really clean audio. DJI has stopped making this model - but should reconsider - because overall it is worth having a camera like this on hand.

Top Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Wildside Nature Tours - Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2017
Image quality is fine (though sound sucks horribly)
I received the Osmo+ and all packaging as described. No issues with the seller! However, the DJI Osmo+ is about a frustrating to use as it gets. Image quality is fine (though sound sucks horribly). However, every shot you do must be planned and rehearsed as no spontaneity is possible with this devise. Start-up from "off" can take as much as 10 minutes (usually 5 mins) as the device is NEVER ready to go immediately as I had hoped for my needs. Each time I turned it on it took several minutes for my iPhone screen to show I was connected. Sometimes I had to turn everything off and back on several times to make it connect. Once the image from the camera was visible on my iPhone, I had to then calibrate the horizon as it was always way off. Then after calibrating, it would randomly 'calibrate' itself, meaning that I had to then remove the calibration I did so the horizon was once again level. This often happened several times throughout the start-up. Another frustration was the fact that I could not 'follow' a slow moving subject. No matter what settings I tried, the ubit would over-correct my movements and lose my subject, causing me to have to back-up and try again. So many other issues... I decided to by a Sony Handycam. The Osmo+ will now be a toy for my nephew. If he breaks it, no great loss other than the $600+.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By BLAKE - Reviewed in the United States on April 9, 2018
Does not work in less than daylight conditions without grain.
EDITED: While I was initially impressed with my Osmo and gave a 5 star review, now that I have had more time I have edited my review and dropped down to 3 stars. The Osmo is a great OUTDOOORS camera. If you need this for outdoor use only, you will love it. As long as there is plenty of light, pictures and video will look good. One of the flaws will still be stabilization...wait, isn't that why you buy a gimbal camera in the first place? If you walk with this, you will get camera bounce. It blows my mind that DJI did not include the z axis stabilizer with their gimbal camera. Unless you stand perfectly still and just pan the camera back and forth, it's going to bounce. You could use any handheld and stand in a corner and rotate your body and get just as good of a video, so what's the point of a gimbal camera that you can't walk around with? While this camera produces excellent exterior video, if you want to do anything inside, it's almost useless. At ISO 800 there is pretty clear and defined grain. Sometimes at ISO 400 I can see grain. At ISO 400 you need a ton of light to shoot at 30FPS (with 1/60th shutter) and still have EV close to 0. On several occasions I've had to drop to 30fps and 1/30 shutter and still have my EV -0.5 at ISO 400. Even with this, there is some grain. I tend to shoot in D-log, but I've treid everything to see if I can eliminate the grain. Nothing works. At ISO 800 there is grain even in moderately lit home interiors and there is nothing you can do about it. Because I record properties I need a much better low-light capable camera that will produce moderately low-light with minimal grain. Osmo can't record moderately lit homes during broad daylight without grain, which is a HUGE flaw and limitation of this otherwise decent camera. Battery life- I was really impressed with the battery life while filming, but it almost seems like it uses MORE battery on standby than while filming. It's really weird. There is almost no difference between active filming and standyby (Camera on and ready to film). Now, when you put the Osmo to sleep, it noticeably helps the battery consumption, but then you run into the problem I mentioned above. I think I'm able to get 45-60 minutes out of a battery. These batteries are relatively cheap, so buy a few to have on hand if you plan to use it for long durations. Also make sure to have some large memory cards. I use a sandisk extreme pro 64gb in all my cameras (phantom 4, Osmo+, cell phone, Go Pro's...) and love them.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Mark Bowyer - Reviewed in the United States on May 15, 2018
Looks cool but is basically useless unless your a blogger / ingterviewer / journalist / Narcissist
I obsessed about this product and read all the reviews and watched all the YouTube video’s and dived deeply into the ownership experience and ignored all the valuable advise and stormed ahead to buy this unit. Now if your a blogger and your spending time with your equipment reviewing locations and interviews and generally interacting with the DJI they way you should if your a narsiscit. Your be OK. For the rest of us, its a totally over the top not needed and expensive accessory for your iPhone. The stability is second to none I agree but that’s about it. Starting it and filming with it takes too long, there’s no “whip it out” and film something awesome, if its not assembled and powered up, forget that wonderful swooping owl moment or the osprey plucking a brown trout from your favorite lake. It will take WAY TO LONG to get this damn thing ready for prime time.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jo Throckmorton - Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2020
Solid Workhorse and Easy to Use - But there IS Bad as well
I've used this Osmo+ for a number of years. It is a great go-to camera for "mid-range" quality video productions. The ease of use is incredible. BUT ... the FOCUS function is very difficult to control and manage. It has auto-focus - which you do NOT always want. They "touch to focus" feature is good for the most part - except when the touch screen things you are telling the unit to "sleep" in the middle of a shot. And the response to the focus spotting is SLOW. The Aperture control is just as difficult to use when moving throughout a location with varied lighting. If you set the aperture controls to a middle setting, it holds great - but you get dark spots and blow outs. So, you really have to work, sometimes, to use this unit to it's maximum potential. Also, the SOUND went out for no reason - got nothing but crackling - had to send it in for repair - no explanation given for the breakdown. When the microphone is working, the sound capture is actually quite clear and useable - I can even plug in a wireless to it if I wanted, for really clean audio. DJI has stopped making this model - but should reconsider - because overall it is worth having a camera like this on hand.