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DJI Ronin-S - Camera Stabilizer 3-Axis Gimbal Handheld for DSLR Mirrorless Cameras up to 8lbs / 3.6kg Payload for Sony Nikon Canon Panasonic Lumix, Black
DJI Ronin-S - Camera Stabilizer 3-Axis Gimbal Handheld for DSLR Mirrorless Cameras up to 8lbs / 3.6kg Payload for Sony Nikon Canon Panasonic Lumix, Black
DJI Ronin-S - Camera Stabilizer 3-Axis Gimbal Handheld for DSLR Mirrorless Cameras up to 8lbs / 3.6kg Payload for Sony Nikon Canon Panasonic Lumix, Black
DJI Ronin-S - Camera Stabilizer 3-Axis Gimbal Handheld for DSLR Mirrorless Cameras up to 8lbs / 3.6kg Payload for Sony Nikon Canon Panasonic Lumix, Black
DJI Ronin-S - Camera Stabilizer 3-Axis Gimbal Handheld for DSLR Mirrorless Cameras up to 8lbs / 3.6kg Payload for Sony Nikon Canon Panasonic Lumix, Black
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DJI Ronin-S - Camera Stabilizer 3-Axis Gimbal Handheld for DSLR Mirrorless Cameras up to 8lbs / 3.6kg Payload for Sony Nikon Canon Panasonic Lumix, Black

DJI Ronin-S - Camera Stabilizer 3-Axis Gimbal Handheld for DSLR Mirrorless Cameras up to 8lbs / 3.6kg Payload for Sony Nikon Canon Panasonic Lumix, Black
DJI Ronin-S - Camera Stabilizer 3-Axis Gimbal Handheld for DSLR Mirrorless Cameras up to 8lbs / 3.6kg Payload for Sony Nikon Canon Panasonic Lumix, Black
DJI Ronin-S - Camera Stabilizer 3-Axis Gimbal Handheld for DSLR Mirrorless Cameras up to 8lbs / 3.6kg Payload for Sony Nikon Canon Panasonic Lumix, Black
DJI Ronin-S - Camera Stabilizer 3-Axis Gimbal Handheld for DSLR Mirrorless Cameras up to 8lbs / 3.6kg Payload for Sony Nikon Canon Panasonic Lumix, Black
DJI Ronin-S - Camera Stabilizer 3-Axis Gimbal Handheld for DSLR Mirrorless Cameras up to 8lbs / 3.6kg Payload for Sony Nikon Canon Panasonic Lumix, Black
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Features

  • The Ronin-S stabilizer for DSLR and mirrorless cameras empowers creators to shoot with the freedom of stabilized shots on the move. It has been rigorously tested to support a payload of 8lbs / 3.6 kg while still achieving a smooth, cinematic shot.
  • Offers a suite of advanced capturing features to unleash your imagination like Panorama, Timelapse, Motionlapse, Track.
  • The Ronin-S gives independent filmmakers the power to capture spontaneous moments with clarity, smoothness, and a refreshing perspective.
  • The detachable, modular design of the Ronin-S makes it easy to fit inside a backpack on your travels. Thanks to the industry standard quick-release plate design, you can easily mount the camera onto the gimbal for tracking shots or on a tripod for stills.
  • Compatible with - Canon: 5D MK III, 5D MK IV, 6D MK II, EOS 200D, 6D, 80D, M50, M6 Mark II, R, RP, EOS-1D X Mark II; Fujifilm: X-T2, X-T3; Nikon: D5, D850, Z50, Z6, Z7; Panasonic: G9, G95, GH3, GH4, GH5, GH5S, S1, S1H; Sony: A6000, A6300, A6400, A6500, A7M2, A7M3, A7R2, A7R3, A7R4, A7S, A7S2, A9
  • What you get: DJI Ronin-S, BG37 Grip (Built-in Battery), Camera Mounting Plate, 3x Camera Screw 1/4"-20, Lens Support, Camera Riser, USB-C Cable, Hook-and-Loop Strap for gimbal, Storage Case, Extended Grip/Tripod (Plastic), Focus Wheel, RSS IR Control Cable, Multi-Camera Control Cable (Type-C)
  • DJI Ronin App requires iOS 9.0, Android 5.0 or above Compatible devices include: iPhone 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro, 11, XS Max, XS, XR, X, 8 Plus, 8, 7 Plus, 7, 6s Plus, 6s, 6 Plus, 6, SE, iPad Mini 4, iPad Pro, Samsung Galaxy S10+, S10, S9+, S9 , S9+, S9, S8+, S7, Note8, Note9, S5, S6 edge, A9, Google Nexus 6P, Huawei P30 Pro, P30, P20 Pro, P10, P9, Mate 20, Mate10, Mate 9 Pro, Nova 3e, MT7-TL00, Honor V10, Magic 2, Vivo X21A, X27, NEXS, Oppo Find X, R15, R11, Xiaomi 8, Xiaomi Max2, Xiaomi Max3, Xiaomi MIX3, Xiaomi MIX2S, LG V20.

Description

Be in the mount designed in a single-handed form factor for DSLR and mirrorless cameras, The ronin-s empowers creators to shoot with the freedom of stabilized shots on the move. The ronin-s supports almost any DSLR or mirrorless camera setup on the market, offering direct camera control. Stay focused focus better on your subject with the easy-to-control focus wheel. When a compatible camera system connects to the ronin-s, you can pull focus via the included cable. An optional external motor can also be added, bringing broader compatibility to all lens types while enhancing precision control. Innovative design the ronin-s's innovative framework elevates camera payload above the roll axis, making the camera's built-in display obstruction free and always in your line of sight. In addition to providing an unobstructed view, The angled roll motor allows for more space to balance bulkier setups. All-in-one control SmoothTrack technology allows you to transition from motion to camera angle with one hand. Switch between three user profiles with a simple click on the M button, and capture fast-moving objects in sport mode by holding it down. Portable. Versatile. Ergonomic. The ergonomic design of the ronin-s frees unwanted shake when shifting from Underslung to an upright position in one smooth take. The detachable design offers numerous usage scenarios. Mount it to an RC buggy for low-to-the-ground tracking shots or let it act as a stabilized remote head when attached to a jib. This detachment feature also makes it more convenient for easy storage. Automated creative features the most dramatic scenes unfold with imaginative, carefully planned shots. The ronin-s includes a suite of automated features within the DJI Ronin app, letting you produce even more creative professional footage to unlock your true filmmaking potential.


Product Dimensions 7.28 x 7.95 x 19.13 inches


Item Weight 4.08 pounds


ASIN B07D519QXH


Item model number CP.ZM.00000103.02


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 113 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #58 in Professional Video Stabilizers


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available July 6, 2018


Manufacturer DJI


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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.


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Returns

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Features

  • The Ronin-S stabilizer for DSLR and mirrorless cameras empowers creators to shoot with the freedom of stabilized shots on the move. It has been rigorously tested to support a payload of 8lbs / 3.6 kg while still achieving a smooth, cinematic shot.
  • Offers a suite of advanced capturing features to unleash your imagination like Panorama, Timelapse, Motionlapse, Track.
  • The Ronin-S gives independent filmmakers the power to capture spontaneous moments with clarity, smoothness, and a refreshing perspective.
  • The detachable, modular design of the Ronin-S makes it easy to fit inside a backpack on your travels. Thanks to the industry standard quick-release plate design, you can easily mount the camera onto the gimbal for tracking shots or on a tripod for stills.
  • Compatible with - Canon: 5D MK III, 5D MK IV, 6D MK II, EOS 200D, 6D, 80D, M50, M6 Mark II, R, RP, EOS-1D X Mark II; Fujifilm: X-T2, X-T3; Nikon: D5, D850, Z50, Z6, Z7; Panasonic: G9, G95, GH3, GH4, GH5, GH5S, S1, S1H; Sony: A6000, A6300, A6400, A6500, A7M2, A7M3, A7R2, A7R3, A7R4, A7S, A7S2, A9
  • What you get: DJI Ronin-S, BG37 Grip (Built-in Battery), Camera Mounting Plate, 3x Camera Screw 1/4"-20, Lens Support, Camera Riser, USB-C Cable, Hook-and-Loop Strap for gimbal, Storage Case, Extended Grip/Tripod (Plastic), Focus Wheel, RSS IR Control Cable, Multi-Camera Control Cable (Type-C)
  • DJI Ronin App requires iOS 9.0, Android 5.0 or above Compatible devices include: iPhone 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro, 11, XS Max, XS, XR, X, 8 Plus, 8, 7 Plus, 7, 6s Plus, 6s, 6 Plus, 6, SE, iPad Mini 4, iPad Pro, Samsung Galaxy S10+, S10, S9+, S9 , S9+, S9, S8+, S7, Note8, Note9, S5, S6 edge, A9, Google Nexus 6P, Huawei P30 Pro, P30, P20 Pro, P10, P9, Mate 20, Mate10, Mate 9 Pro, Nova 3e, MT7-TL00, Honor V10, Magic 2, Vivo X21A, X27, NEXS, Oppo Find X, R15, R11, Xiaomi 8, Xiaomi Max2, Xiaomi Max3, Xiaomi MIX3, Xiaomi MIX2S, LG V20.

Description

Be in the mount designed in a single-handed form factor for DSLR and mirrorless cameras, The ronin-s empowers creators to shoot with the freedom of stabilized shots on the move. The ronin-s supports almost any DSLR or mirrorless camera setup on the market, offering direct camera control. Stay focused focus better on your subject with the easy-to-control focus wheel. When a compatible camera system connects to the ronin-s, you can pull focus via the included cable. An optional external motor can also be added, bringing broader compatibility to all lens types while enhancing precision control. Innovative design the ronin-s's innovative framework elevates camera payload above the roll axis, making the camera's built-in display obstruction free and always in your line of sight. In addition to providing an unobstructed view, The angled roll motor allows for more space to balance bulkier setups. All-in-one control SmoothTrack technology allows you to transition from motion to camera angle with one hand. Switch between three user profiles with a simple click on the M button, and capture fast-moving objects in sport mode by holding it down. Portable. Versatile. Ergonomic. The ergonomic design of the ronin-s frees unwanted shake when shifting from Underslung to an upright position in one smooth take. The detachable design offers numerous usage scenarios. Mount it to an RC buggy for low-to-the-ground tracking shots or let it act as a stabilized remote head when attached to a jib. This detachment feature also makes it more convenient for easy storage. Automated creative features the most dramatic scenes unfold with imaginative, carefully planned shots. The ronin-s includes a suite of automated features within the DJI Ronin app, letting you produce even more creative professional footage to unlock your true filmmaking potential.


Product Dimensions 7.28 x 7.95 x 19.13 inches


Item Weight 4.08 pounds


ASIN B07D519QXH


Item model number CP.ZM.00000103.02


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 113 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #58 in Professional Video Stabilizers


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available July 6, 2018


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

  • The Ronin-S stabilizer for DSLR and mirrorless cameras empowers creators to shoot with the freedom of stabilized shots on the move. It has been rigorously tested to support a payload of 8lbs / 3.6 kg while still achieving a smooth, cinematic shot.
  • Offers a suite of advanced capturing features to unleash your imagination like Panorama, Timelapse, Motionlapse, Track.
  • The Ronin-S gives independent filmmakers the power to capture spontaneous moments with clarity, smoothness, and a refreshing perspective.
  • The detachable, modular design of the Ronin-S makes it easy to fit inside a backpack on your travels. Thanks to the industry standard quick-release plate design, you can easily mount the camera onto the gimbal for tracking shots or on a tripod for stills.
  • Compatible with - Canon: 5D MK III, 5D MK IV, 6D MK II, EOS 200D, 6D, 80D, M50, M6 Mark II, R, RP, EOS-1D X Mark II; Fujifilm: X-T2, X-T3; Nikon: D5, D850, Z50, Z6, Z7; Panasonic: G9, G95, GH3, GH4, GH5, GH5S, S1, S1H; Sony: A6000, A6300, A6400, A6500, A7M2, A7M3, A7R2, A7R3, A7R4, A7S, A7S2, A9
  • What you get: DJI Ronin-S, BG37 Grip (Built-in Battery), Camera Mounting Plate, 3x Camera Screw 1/4"-20, Lens Support, Camera Riser, USB-C Cable, Hook-and-Loop Strap for gimbal, Storage Case, Extended Grip/Tripod (Plastic), Focus Wheel, RSS IR Control Cable, Multi-Camera Control Cable (Type-C)
  • DJI Ronin App requires iOS 9.0, Android 5.0 or above Compatible devices include: iPhone 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro, 11, XS Max, XS, XR, X, 8 Plus, 8, 7 Plus, 7, 6s Plus, 6s, 6 Plus, 6, SE, iPad Mini 4, iPad Pro, Samsung Galaxy S10+, S10, S9+, S9 , S9+, S9, S8+, S7, Note8, Note9, S5, S6 edge, A9, Google Nexus 6P, Huawei P30 Pro, P30, P20 Pro, P10, P9, Mate 20, Mate10, Mate 9 Pro, Nova 3e, MT7-TL00, Honor V10, Magic 2, Vivo X21A, X27, NEXS, Oppo Find X, R15, R11, Xiaomi 8, Xiaomi Max2, Xiaomi Max3, Xiaomi MIX3, Xiaomi MIX2S, LG V20.

Description

Be in the mount designed in a single-handed form factor for DSLR and mirrorless cameras, The ronin-s empowers creators to shoot with the freedom of stabilized shots on the move. The ronin-s supports almost any DSLR or mirrorless camera setup on the market, offering direct camera control. Stay focused focus better on your subject with the easy-to-control focus wheel. When a compatible camera system connects to the ronin-s, you can pull focus via the included cable. An optional external motor can also be added, bringing broader compatibility to all lens types while enhancing precision control. Innovative design the ronin-s's innovative framework elevates camera payload above the roll axis, making the camera's built-in display obstruction free and always in your line of sight. In addition to providing an unobstructed view, The angled roll motor allows for more space to balance bulkier setups. All-in-one control SmoothTrack technology allows you to transition from motion to camera angle with one hand. Switch between three user profiles with a simple click on the M button, and capture fast-moving objects in sport mode by holding it down. Portable. Versatile. Ergonomic. The ergonomic design of the ronin-s frees unwanted shake when shifting from Underslung to an upright position in one smooth take. The detachable design offers numerous usage scenarios. Mount it to an RC buggy for low-to-the-ground tracking shots or let it act as a stabilized remote head when attached to a jib. This detachment feature also makes it more convenient for easy storage. Automated creative features the most dramatic scenes unfold with imaginative, carefully planned shots. The ronin-s includes a suite of automated features within the DJI Ronin app, letting you produce even more creative professional footage to unlock your true filmmaking potential.


Product Dimensions 7.28 x 7.95 x 19.13 inches


Item Weight 4.08 pounds


ASIN B07D519QXH


Item model number CP.ZM.00000103.02


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 113 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #58 in Professional Video Stabilizers


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available July 6, 2018


Manufacturer DJI


abunda_amazon_reviews As an amateur videographer, I have no idea what half of these reviewers are talking about when it comes to this device. To me, it works flawlessly. It was pretty easy for me to set up. I just followed the directions in the booklet that comes with it, I didn't even have to watch a video. You set up each axis (after you attach your camera) and away it goes. You don't technically have to install the software to use this, but I'd go ahead and recommend it. It made things a lot easier to calibrate. I put a Canon 5d Mark IV on mine but I don't see why you couldn't install any DSLR on it. You are going to be limited to what kind of lens you can put with your camera. You can't go TOO large on it as it will just out weight the motors. But it seems to be handling what I have with ease. As far as walking around with it I haven't had any issues. I think its funny watching some of the professional reviewers on here fighting with this device as I'm a complete noob and figured it out. Not trying to toot my horn or anything, just seems funny to me. Anyway, I think you will like it. I sucked at using a glidecam and could never quite get smooth footage with it. With this gimbal I got nice footage day 1. Have fun!;;Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Amateur videographer and it works like a charm;;Kevi;;;I paid a little more than I liked but glad I did as I have not been disappointed using this as a complete beginner. My background is photography and been learning videography so completely new to the video side of things but after doing months of research and stumbled across this new stabilizer that came out, I opted this purchase this over the Crane 2 being the newer of the two (and I know there's a huge difference). Now at first, I thought I needed 5-axis if I'm running and what not but if you tilt it forward slightly it does pretty much eliminate (not perfect) the up & down motion of walking. <> I will say the setup at first seemed overwhelming as the instruction is somewhat useless. But watching videos online it made me feel better I wasn't doing it wrong but did play around with it and made sense how the stabilizer worked. So it took me about an hour to really grasp the concept of how this gimbal worked but after that it was a breeze. The app works really well too even though the app itself also had a bit of a learning curve but learning the basics the last week or so. Being able to calibrate and test to make sure the stabilizer is setup correctly is a nice feature. It is a pain having to calibrate the stabilizer every time you change the lens or the whole setup but for what I do it's a non-issue. <> The build is amazing including the metal tripod with all the grip surface with rubber texture finish. The battery is also phenomenal shooting for few hours only ate up 25% of the battery or less. I went through almost all the battery on my 6D MK ii during the same time. It's not until you start shooting and then watching the footage what a world of difference stabilizing makes. I literally threw some clips for a surprise engagement proposal and I had people telling me they were crying. I mean I barely know Premiere and just did smooth pan & tilt but tried to go for the cinematic effect with songs that match the mood but didn't expect that kind of reaction. And speaking of panning and tilting, it's BUTTER smooth. You can control how fast/slow including any dead zone but the way you can pan say left or right is so smooth with the joystick on the Ronin-S it's ridiculous DJI only is charging the $699. I have not used the 360 feature yet as I'm still learning but resetting the camera to be level with the trigger on the unit as well as tapping it for quick selfie for vlogging and whatnot makes this really fun to use. This can also be achieved remotely including controlling the camera's tilt/pan. If you wanted to, within the wireless range, you can control and shoot with the Ronin-S remotely! <> I'm assuming due to the battery size and overall heavy duty build, it is NOT light at all. Granted, I shot with 6D MK ii (no grip) with Sigma 24mm f/1.4 Art lens, the setup alone felt pretty heavy to try and hold while tilting or panning. If you shoot all day I can see this becoming a problem. I'm not a huge guy but not skinny either. But I did find myself switching arms throughout the day. At least the tripod bottom can be unscrewed which has standard 3/8" and 1/4" mount you can stick any monopod or whatever support you have to help with the load. I was able to use my monopod just fine for doing a not-so-tall jib shot and worked well. With the weight I feel like I need something that saltwater fisherman use with the pole holder around the waist and another way to have the pole supported with a strap of some sort (which I'm thinking of). Also, supposedly this Ronin-S works with 6D MK ii using the optical cable but I've only had one very short success in starting the 6D MK ii from the Ronin-S handle. Not sure if there's something I'm doing wrong or is the setup but no matter what I do, it would not communicate with each other. I looked for a while searching online but if I figured it our or you know the solution please let me know. If this works it would be so much better than having to push the start/stop button on the camera itself. And to add, for external microphone like the Zoom H1 (or the new H1N), while it can be added no problem with the hotshoe adapter, it won't allow you to freely spin the DSLR setup going from regular position and moving it closer to the ground with the gimbal locked as the height gets in the way. I'm sure you can work around this with another device or position them in a way that it's tucked in. <> Even with the weight as is, I absolutely love it. It really changed the way I do photography and also having that background really helped to make some of the shots easily doable even with the unit low to the ground. Yes, walking and shooting is still a challenge especially for following and trying to focus but I'm new at this gig so with time I hope to better my skills and take more creative shots. It really gives that feeling of professional look. Even if it's sitting on the tripod, I don't have to worry about a small bump or vibration ruining the video either. I'm hoping to get a dual grip for this unit. And also lighter lens and possibly in the future a different camera that can do 4K. <> The Sigma 24mm f/1.4 Art is the sweet spot IMO for vlogging. Even a fast 20mm on full frame body would work really well for selfie type of recording also. The f/1.4 just gives the freedom of having the wide angle but able to melt the background even at f/1.8 so it's definitely a better choice than using 35mm f/1.4 as it seems a bit too close; that or my big head just does not help the situation.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;First time with gimbal stabilizer and very much impressed!!!;;Aki;;;I have nothing but good things to say about this. Balancing it is a bit of a chore at first but you find yourself getting the hang of it and making quick work of it pretty quickly. If you've every balanced a steadicam before, I find this quite a bit easier. Those that think this will do all the work for them will have a bit of a surprise. You have to do the work like any other stabilizer, rolling your steps and everything else, to get the best results. I needed some panning shots of the lake and literally held it out the side of a car and got amazing results. Read all the directions as they are there for a reason and you should be very happy.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great tool for smooth on the go video;;Christopher C.;;;I use the ronin to shoot wedding videos, and after the recent firmware update this thing rocks. You can use all the features with the sony a7iii. Such as rock focus, record on and off, and with the app you can remotely control your camera and ronin it's great;;Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great for sony A7III;;steve leatherman;;;This is my absolute favorite purchase of 2018! As you can imagine, like most professionals, you need to invest quite a great deal into your equipment. The Ronin-S has effectively replaced my more expensive, bulkier, and less aesthetic rig, AND it does a better job. The best part is the incredible weight capacity, and the fact I was able to put this together in 10 minutes and shoot straight out of box after watching only one set up video. The Only downside which becomes non existent with further product development - is the range of cameras capable of using the focus wheel. I also never knew how much I wanted the tripod base until I used it and thought, "you know you can never go back after this..." Lol!;;Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;This is the best gimbal for me hands down.;;Jon Blanchard;;;Hype Confirmed. Better than any other stabilizer in the sub $5k range. Previous stabilizers include: Zhiyun Crane, Glide Cam, Ronin - M.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 8, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;The Hype is Real.;;Amazon Customer;;;Half the time I use this thing I still can't believe that this technology 1) exists 2) is so portable and 3) is so easy to use. I was a ronin-m user before, and I'm so glad DJI kept innovating. That thing got me some great footage but wow it was a hassle to use compared to the RoninS;;Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;We live in the future;;Bill Grip;;;I've used the Ronin M, Pilotfly H2, Crane, etc and this is the best one I have used. The setup was simple. The app is easy to use. The battery lasts all day. The Pilotfly had a terrible app and the user interface was so difficult. The DJI app is simple and lets you do exactly what you need to do. The battery doesn't last as long as the Crane or Pilotfly but it gives you a percentage so at least you know when you need to charge. Balancing took me less than five minutes and I was using it less than 20 minutes out of the box. I haven't used it much but from what I see it's the most user friendly gimbal there is.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Best Gimbal I've Used;;Bryan

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kevi - Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2019
Amateur videographer and it works like a charm
As an amateur videographer, I have no idea what half of these reviewers are talking about when it comes to this device. To me, it works flawlessly. It was pretty easy for me to set up. I just followed the directions in the booklet that comes with it, I didn't even have to watch a video. You set up each axis (after you attach your camera) and away it goes. You don't technically have to install the software to use this, but I'd go ahead and recommend it. It made things a lot easier to calibrate. I put a Canon 5d Mark IV on mine but I don't see why you couldn't install any DSLR on it. You are going to be limited to what kind of lens you can put with your camera. You can't go TOO large on it as it will just out weight the motors. But it seems to be handling what I have with ease. As far as walking around with it I haven't had any issues. I think its funny watching some of the professional reviewers on here fighting with this device as I'm a complete noob and figured it out. Not trying to toot my horn or anything, just seems funny to me. Anyway, I think you will like it. I sucked at using a glidecam and could never quite get smooth footage with it. With this gimbal I got nice footage day 1. Have fun!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Aki - Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2018
First time with gimbal stabilizer and very much impressed!!!
I paid a little more than I liked but glad I did as I have not been disappointed using this as a complete beginner. My background is photography and been learning videography so completely new to the video side of things but after doing months of research and stumbled across this new stabilizer that came out, I opted this purchase this over the Crane 2 being the newer of the two (and I know there's a huge difference). Now at first, I thought I needed 5-axis if I'm running and what not but if you tilt it forward slightly it does pretty much eliminate (not perfect) the up & down motion of walking. <> I will say the setup at first seemed overwhelming as the instruction is somewhat useless. But watching videos online it made me feel better I wasn't doing it wrong but did play around with it and made sense how the stabilizer worked. So it took me about an hour to really grasp the concept of how this gimbal worked but after that it was a breeze. The app works really well too even though the app itself also had a bit of a learning curve but learning the basics the last week or so. Being able to calibrate and test to make sure the stabilizer is setup correctly is a nice feature. It is a pain having to calibrate the stabilizer every time you change the lens or the whole setup but for what I do it's a non-issue. <> The build is amazing including the metal tripod with all the grip surface with rubber texture finish. The battery is also phenomenal shooting for few hours only ate up 25% of the battery or less. I went through almost all the battery on my 6D MK ii during the same time. It's not until you start shooting and then watching the footage what a world of difference stabilizing makes. I literally threw some clips for a surprise engagement proposal and I had people telling me they were crying. I mean I barely know Premiere and just did smooth pan & tilt but tried to go for the cinematic effect with songs that match the mood but didn't expect that kind of reaction. And speaking of panning and tilting, it's BUTTER smooth. You can control how fast/slow including any dead zone but the way you can pan say left or right is so smooth with the joystick on the Ronin-S it's ridiculous DJI only is charging the $699. I have not used the 360 feature yet as I'm still learning but resetting the camera to be level with the trigger on the unit as well as tapping it for quick selfie for vlogging and whatnot makes this really fun to use. This can also be achieved remotely including controlling the camera's tilt/pan. If you wanted to, within the wireless range, you can control and shoot with the Ronin-S remotely! <> I'm assuming due to the battery size and overall heavy duty build, it is NOT light at all. Granted, I shot with 6D MK ii (no grip) with Sigma 24mm f/1.4 Art lens, the setup alone felt pretty heavy to try and hold while tilting or panning. If you shoot all day I can see this becoming a problem. I'm not a huge guy but not skinny either. But I did find myself switching arms throughout the day. At least the tripod bottom can be unscrewed which has standard 3/8" and 1/4" mount you can stick any monopod or whatever support you have to help with the load. I was able to use my monopod just fine for doing a not-so-tall jib shot and worked well. With the weight I feel like I need something that saltwater fisherman use with the pole holder around the waist and another way to have the pole supported with a strap of some sort (which I'm thinking of). Also, supposedly this Ronin-S works with 6D MK ii using the optical cable but I've only had one very short success in starting the 6D MK ii from the Ronin-S handle. Not sure if there's something I'm doing wrong or is the setup but no matter what I do, it would not communicate with each other. I looked for a while searching online but if I figured it our or you know the solution please let me know. If this works it would be so much better than having to push the start/stop button on the camera itself. And to add, for external microphone like the Zoom H1 (or the new H1N), while it can be added no problem with the hotshoe adapter, it won't allow you to freely spin the DSLR setup going from regular position and moving it closer to the ground with the gimbal locked as the height gets in the way. I'm sure you can work around this with another device or position them in a way that it's tucked in. <> Even with the weight as is, I absolutely love it. It really changed the way I do photography and also having that background really helped to make some of the shots easily doable even with the unit low to the ground. Yes, walking and shooting is still a challenge especially for following and trying to focus but I'm new at this gig so with time I hope to better my skills and take more creative shots. It really gives that feeling of professional look. Even if it's sitting on the tripod, I don't have to worry about a small bump or vibration ruining the video either. I'm hoping to get a dual grip for this unit. And also lighter lens and possibly in the future a different camera that can do 4K. <> The Sigma 24mm f/1.4 Art is the sweet spot IMO for vlogging. Even a fast 20mm on full frame body would work really well for selfie type of recording also. The f/1.4 just gives the freedom of having the wide angle but able to melt the background even at f/1.8 so it's definitely a better choice than using 35mm f/1.4 as it seems a bit too close; that or my big head just does not help the situation.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Christopher C. - Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2019
Great tool for smooth on the go video
I have nothing but good things to say about this. Balancing it is a bit of a chore at first but you find yourself getting the hang of it and making quick work of it pretty quickly. If you've every balanced a steadicam before, I find this quite a bit easier. Those that think this will do all the work for them will have a bit of a surprise. You have to do the work like any other stabilizer, rolling your steps and everything else, to get the best results. I needed some panning shots of the lake and literally held it out the side of a car and got amazing results. Read all the directions as they are there for a reason and you should be very happy.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By steve leatherman - Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2019
Great for sony A7III
I use the ronin to shoot wedding videos, and after the recent firmware update this thing rocks. You can use all the features with the sony a7iii. Such as rock focus, record on and off, and with the app you can remotely control your camera and ronin it's great

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jon Blanchard - Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2018
This is the best gimbal for me hands down.
This is my absolute favorite purchase of 2018! As you can imagine, like most professionals, you need to invest quite a great deal into your equipment. The Ronin-S has effectively replaced my more expensive, bulkier, and less aesthetic rig, AND it does a better job. The best part is the incredible weight capacity, and the fact I was able to put this together in 10 minutes and shoot straight out of box after watching only one set up video. The Only downside which becomes non existent with further product development - is the range of cameras capable of using the focus wheel. I also never knew how much I wanted the tripod base until I used it and thought, "you know you can never go back after this..." Lol!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on September 8, 2018
The Hype is Real.
Hype Confirmed. Better than any other stabilizer in the sub $5k range. Previous stabilizers include: Zhiyun Crane, Glide Cam, Ronin - M.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bill Grip - Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2019
We live in the future
Half the time I use this thing I still can't believe that this technology 1) exists 2) is so portable and 3) is so easy to use. I was a ronin-m user before, and I'm so glad DJI kept innovating. That thing got me some great footage but wow it was a hassle to use compared to the RoninS

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bryan - Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2018
Best Gimbal I've Used
I've used the Ronin M, Pilotfly H2, Crane, etc and this is the best one I have used. The setup was simple. The app is easy to use. The battery lasts all day. The Pilotfly had a terrible app and the user interface was so difficult. The DJI app is simple and lets you do exactly what you need to do. The battery doesn't last as long as the Crane or Pilotfly but it gives you a percentage so at least you know when you need to charge. Balancing took me less than five minutes and I was using it less than 20 minutes out of the box. I haven't used it much but from what I see it's the most user friendly gimbal there is.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kevi - Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2019
Amateur videographer and it works like a charm
As an amateur videographer, I have no idea what half of these reviewers are talking about when it comes to this device. To me, it works flawlessly. It was pretty easy for me to set up. I just followed the directions in the booklet that comes with it, I didn't even have to watch a video. You set up each axis (after you attach your camera) and away it goes. You don't technically have to install the software to use this, but I'd go ahead and recommend it. It made things a lot easier to calibrate. I put a Canon 5d Mark IV on mine but I don't see why you couldn't install any DSLR on it. You are going to be limited to what kind of lens you can put with your camera. You can't go TOO large on it as it will just out weight the motors. But it seems to be handling what I have with ease. As far as walking around with it I haven't had any issues. I think its funny watching some of the professional reviewers on here fighting with this device as I'm a complete noob and figured it out. Not trying to toot my horn or anything, just seems funny to me. Anyway, I think you will like it. I sucked at using a glidecam and could never quite get smooth footage with it. With this gimbal I got nice footage day 1. Have fun!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Aki - Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2018
First time with gimbal stabilizer and very much impressed!!!
I paid a little more than I liked but glad I did as I have not been disappointed using this as a complete beginner. My background is photography and been learning videography so completely new to the video side of things but after doing months of research and stumbled across this new stabilizer that came out, I opted this purchase this over the Crane 2 being the newer of the two (and I know there's a huge difference). Now at first, I thought I needed 5-axis if I'm running and what not but if you tilt it forward slightly it does pretty much eliminate (not perfect) the up & down motion of walking. <> I will say the setup at first seemed overwhelming as the instruction is somewhat useless. But watching videos online it made me feel better I wasn't doing it wrong but did play around with it and made sense how the stabilizer worked. So it took me about an hour to really grasp the concept of how this gimbal worked but after that it was a breeze. The app works really well too even though the app itself also had a bit of a learning curve but learning the basics the last week or so. Being able to calibrate and test to make sure the stabilizer is setup correctly is a nice feature. It is a pain having to calibrate the stabilizer every time you change the lens or the whole setup but for what I do it's a non-issue. <> The build is amazing including the metal tripod with all the grip surface with rubber texture finish. The battery is also phenomenal shooting for few hours only ate up 25% of the battery or less. I went through almost all the battery on my 6D MK ii during the same time. It's not until you start shooting and then watching the footage what a world of difference stabilizing makes. I literally threw some clips for a surprise engagement proposal and I had people telling me they were crying. I mean I barely know Premiere and just did smooth pan & tilt but tried to go for the cinematic effect with songs that match the mood but didn't expect that kind of reaction. And speaking of panning and tilting, it's BUTTER smooth. You can control how fast/slow including any dead zone but the way you can pan say left or right is so smooth with the joystick on the Ronin-S it's ridiculous DJI only is charging the $699. I have not used the 360 feature yet as I'm still learning but resetting the camera to be level with the trigger on the unit as well as tapping it for quick selfie for vlogging and whatnot makes this really fun to use. This can also be achieved remotely including controlling the camera's tilt/pan. If you wanted to, within the wireless range, you can control and shoot with the Ronin-S remotely! <> I'm assuming due to the battery size and overall heavy duty build, it is NOT light at all. Granted, I shot with 6D MK ii (no grip) with Sigma 24mm f/1.4 Art lens, the setup alone felt pretty heavy to try and hold while tilting or panning. If you shoot all day I can see this becoming a problem. I'm not a huge guy but not skinny either. But I did find myself switching arms throughout the day. At least the tripod bottom can be unscrewed which has standard 3/8" and 1/4" mount you can stick any monopod or whatever support you have to help with the load. I was able to use my monopod just fine for doing a not-so-tall jib shot and worked well. With the weight I feel like I need something that saltwater fisherman use with the pole holder around the waist and another way to have the pole supported with a strap of some sort (which I'm thinking of). Also, supposedly this Ronin-S works with 6D MK ii using the optical cable but I've only had one very short success in starting the 6D MK ii from the Ronin-S handle. Not sure if there's something I'm doing wrong or is the setup but no matter what I do, it would not communicate with each other. I looked for a while searching online but if I figured it our or you know the solution please let me know. If this works it would be so much better than having to push the start/stop button on the camera itself. And to add, for external microphone like the Zoom H1 (or the new H1N), while it can be added no problem with the hotshoe adapter, it won't allow you to freely spin the DSLR setup going from regular position and moving it closer to the ground with the gimbal locked as the height gets in the way. I'm sure you can work around this with another device or position them in a way that it's tucked in. <> Even with the weight as is, I absolutely love it. It really changed the way I do photography and also having that background really helped to make some of the shots easily doable even with the unit low to the ground. Yes, walking and shooting is still a challenge especially for following and trying to focus but I'm new at this gig so with time I hope to better my skills and take more creative shots. It really gives that feeling of professional look. Even if it's sitting on the tripod, I don't have to worry about a small bump or vibration ruining the video either. I'm hoping to get a dual grip for this unit. And also lighter lens and possibly in the future a different camera that can do 4K. <> The Sigma 24mm f/1.4 Art is the sweet spot IMO for vlogging. Even a fast 20mm on full frame body would work really well for selfie type of recording also. The f/1.4 just gives the freedom of having the wide angle but able to melt the background even at f/1.8 so it's definitely a better choice than using 35mm f/1.4 as it seems a bit too close; that or my big head just does not help the situation.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Christopher C. - Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2019
Great tool for smooth on the go video
I have nothing but good things to say about this. Balancing it is a bit of a chore at first but you find yourself getting the hang of it and making quick work of it pretty quickly. If you've every balanced a steadicam before, I find this quite a bit easier. Those that think this will do all the work for them will have a bit of a surprise. You have to do the work like any other stabilizer, rolling your steps and everything else, to get the best results. I needed some panning shots of the lake and literally held it out the side of a car and got amazing results. Read all the directions as they are there for a reason and you should be very happy.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By steve leatherman - Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2019
Great for sony A7III
I use the ronin to shoot wedding videos, and after the recent firmware update this thing rocks. You can use all the features with the sony a7iii. Such as rock focus, record on and off, and with the app you can remotely control your camera and ronin it's great

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jon Blanchard - Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2018
This is the best gimbal for me hands down.
This is my absolute favorite purchase of 2018! As you can imagine, like most professionals, you need to invest quite a great deal into your equipment. The Ronin-S has effectively replaced my more expensive, bulkier, and less aesthetic rig, AND it does a better job. The best part is the incredible weight capacity, and the fact I was able to put this together in 10 minutes and shoot straight out of box after watching only one set up video. The Only downside which becomes non existent with further product development - is the range of cameras capable of using the focus wheel. I also never knew how much I wanted the tripod base until I used it and thought, "you know you can never go back after this..." Lol!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on September 8, 2018
The Hype is Real.
Hype Confirmed. Better than any other stabilizer in the sub $5k range. Previous stabilizers include: Zhiyun Crane, Glide Cam, Ronin - M.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bill Grip - Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2019
We live in the future
Half the time I use this thing I still can't believe that this technology 1) exists 2) is so portable and 3) is so easy to use. I was a ronin-m user before, and I'm so glad DJI kept innovating. That thing got me some great footage but wow it was a hassle to use compared to the RoninS

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bryan - Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2018
Best Gimbal I've Used
I've used the Ronin M, Pilotfly H2, Crane, etc and this is the best one I have used. The setup was simple. The app is easy to use. The battery lasts all day. The Pilotfly had a terrible app and the user interface was so difficult. The DJI app is simple and lets you do exactly what you need to do. The battery doesn't last as long as the Crane or Pilotfly but it gives you a percentage so at least you know when you need to charge. Balancing took me less than five minutes and I was using it less than 20 minutes out of the box. I haven't used it much but from what I see it's the most user friendly gimbal there is.