DJI is on an expansion drive for its products with the launch of the new 3rd-gen professional camera stabilizer, the DJI RS 3 Mini. It’s the lightest and most compact addition to the series at just 795 grams. Despite this feature, the model can support equipment weighing up to 2 kg, including mirrorless and full-frame cameras with the most popular lens combinations on the market.
With its payload capability, the gimbal can handle the largest photography setups on the market, including the massive 24-70mm F2.8 GM on a Sony Alpha 7S III, as well as products from Canon, Panasonic, Nikon, Fujifilm, Sigma, and Olympus.
The DJI RS 3 Mini has different stabilization algorithms that allow for three video capture modes. There is a mode dedicated to contouring a target, in addition to the possibility of tracking a person or object. The gimbal also has a rotation mode that rotates the camera on the horizontal axis or up to 360º.
One of the conveniences of the device is automatic support for vertical orientation, that is, in portrait mode. This setting allows you to record videos in an optimized format for social media, such as Instagram Reels.
The model has an interface that focuses on intuitiveness, offering easily recognizable triggers and clips for attaching and releasing the camera and accessories with NATO input, such as handles and external lights. Additionally, there’s a 1.4-inch color touchscreen that lets you configure settings without needing to pair it with your cell phone.