The DJI Ronin-S is an advanced 3-axis gimbal compatible with a wide range of DSLR and mirrorless cameras. Designed for single-hand use, the Ronin S will help creatives capture stunning scenes at speeds of up to 75kph (46mph) for up to 12 hours. The Ronin-S utilizes DJI’s stabilization algorithms for an accurate and reliable performance.
Ronin-S Battery Adapter
Ronin-S Focus Motor Rod Mount
Ronin-S Focus Wheel
Ronin-S Command Unit
Ronin-S Extended Grip/Tripod
Ronin-S Focus Motor
Ronin-S Top Hotshoe Bracket
Ronin-S IR Control Cable
Ronin-S External GPS Module
High-Resolution Video Recording
The HC-X1 4K camcorder supports DCI 4K at 24p and UHD up to 60p. 1080p and 720p HD resolutions are also supported up to 60p in addition to super slow-motion.
With an expanded correction area, Advanced O.I.S. effectively reduces vibrations from hand-shake jitters to unstable shooting situations.
5-Axis Hybrid O.I.S.
In HD shooting modes, activate the 5-Axis Hybrid O.I.S. for further stabilization. Combining the optical stabilization with electronic stabilization, detection and correction of vibration along 5 axes (pan, tilt, roll, horizontal, and vertical) becomes possible.
4K 1"-Type MOS Sensor
Balancing flexibility and creative depth-of-field control, the 4K 1"-Type MOS Sensor is ideal for run-and-gun filmmaking as well as ENG-style productions.
8 Gamma Curves
HD: Gamma setting suitable for HD video
SD: Increased gain in darker areas more than HD
FILMLIKE 1: Reproduces more highlight areas compared to HD
FILMLIKE 2: Reproduces more highlight areas compared to FILMLIKE 1
FILMLIKE 3: Reproduces more highlight areas compared to FILMLIKE 2
CINE-LIKE D: Gamma setting designed to create cinema-like images
CINE-LIKE V: Gamma setting designed to create cinema-like images with enhanced contrast
STILL-LIKE: Gamma setting to simulate images captured with still cameras
4-Drive Lens System
The HC-X1 comes complete with a 4-Drive Lens System that simultaneously and independently drives 4 element groups inside the lens. Lens size and drive range for each of the 4 groups can be efficiently suppressed to optimize image quality and zoom power.
Leica Dicomar 4K Lens
Designed specifically for the HC-X1, this lens maintains sharp images throughout its 20x optical zoom range. The 24mm wide-angle setting on the lens (25.4mm equivalent in 16:9 aspect-ratio modes) offers a quick solution for shooting in tight spaces without requiring a bulky adapter that might affect image quality.
20x Optical Zoom
The optical 20X zoom lens covers the range from 24mm wide-angle to 480mm telephoto (35mm film equivalent at 4K 24p). And the lens can quickly cover the entire zoom range, so you won't miss your shots.
Precise autofocus performance is achieved by moving the Micro Drive Focus Unit minutely and quickly. AF can customize by adjusting AF Speed, AF Sensitivity and AF Area to best accommodate the subject type or application.
16-Axis Independent Color Correction
This function provides an independent effect to each of the 16 color phases of video images. It enables granular color matching of multiple cameras under the same lighting conditions as well as creative image rendering.
VFR/HD Super-Slow Motion
VFR (variable frame rate) recording can be set in up to 10 steps from 2 to 60 fps. Furthermore, a super slow-motion effect can be achieved through high-speed recording in HD resolutions at 120 fps.
Choice of File Format and Bit Rate
Customize the recording to your specific workflow by choosing from the available file formats, MOV, MP4, or AVCHD (only available in HD and SD resolutions), and bit rates ranging from 5 Mb/s all the way to 200 Mb/s.
Using the two SD card slots simultaneously, you can record in a different format to each card. For example, one card can hold the master 4K file while the second card holds a lower bit rate HD proxy file for easy editing.
With SD cards in both slots, relay recording enables you to achieve theoretically unlimited recording times, perfect for event videography or other unpredictable situations. When one card fills up, the recording will continue on the second card without interruption. After one card becomes full and the recording has switched to the second card, simply replace the full card with an empty one and the recording will continue further.
Other Professional Features
Lens control rings: Individual rings for focus, zoom, and iris are available for precise control of lens functions.
XLR audio inputs: Plug in your professional microphones for high quality audio recording. Audio is recorded in either LPCM or Dolby Digital, depending on the video codec.
High-resolution OLED EVF: With approximately 1,769,000 dots, the EVF provides a sharp image for focusing and judging exposure
Slide-out touch-panel LCD Screen: At 3.5" in size, the panel can be retracted into the body for stowage, rotated 270° for optimal viewing, and is touch-sensitive for quick menu navigation.
-3 to 24 dB gain range
Auto, preset, and custom white-balance controls
4K-capable HDMI output
Analog video output
Garmin Virb 360
Rugged, Waterproof 360-degree Camera with 5.7K/30fps Resolution and 4K Spherical Stabilization
Resolution up to 5.7K/30fps with desktop stitching; 4K/30fps auto-stitched in the camera
4 built-in microphones capture 360-degree audio
Spherical stabilization ensures a smooth video regardless of camera movement
Built-in sensors provide G-Metrix™ data overlays in 360-degree augmented reality
Easy-to-use, free VIRB® Mobile app and VIRB® Edit desktop software let you edit, stabilize, share and add data overlays to videos
Constantly record for more than 1 hour on 1 charge5 — without overheating
If it’s worth remembering, it’s worth a VIRB 360. This rugged, waterproof camera is true to its name, recording the full 360 degrees horizontally and vertically. And you can forget about timely post-production work, because VIRB 360 will auto-stitch¹ your 4K footage in camera. If you’re looking for higher resolution, you can record video in unstitched 5.7K resolution at 30fps, and stitch it together in VIRB Edit. Get even more control with different recording modes such as time lapse, manual, and the powerful new HyperFrame Director Mode, which gives you the editing power to easily reframe content after filming — using smooth camera pans, incredibly wide angles and even tiny planets.