The BEST iPhone 7 Gimbal! DJI Osmo Mobile Review

By | 16th July 2017
The BEST iPhone 7 Gimbal! DJI Osmo Mobile Review

Full New DJI Osmo Mobile Review. My Favorite iPhone 7 Accessory! Best Smartphone Gimbal Stabilizer Ever! + Test Footage.

I bought mine here: https://www.amazon.com/DJI-Phone-Camera-Gimal-MOBILE/dp/B01LPGHI4S/
Video Rating: / 5

20 thoughts on “The BEST iPhone 7 Gimbal! DJI Osmo Mobile Review

  1. Niki King

    Love this.. great post.. any other cool tricks with this stabilizer…

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  2. HOUSEMDSB7

    does it fit/work securely using the iphone 7 plus with the official apple silicone case?

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  3. Oli Game Play

    how to calibrate it to The phone can turn right and turn left on The controler?

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  4. Don in 5

    I love my dji. I use it for my channel with android and iphone…

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  5. OpTom An

    Please! Does somebody know some aplication, like filmic pro, but for android? Some which i can control with the osmo mobile buttons?

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  6. alex gon

    I was so in to the video and then youtube places commercials at random times

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  7. sora kun

    Can you still use this to record without having to download the app?

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  8. Rjai Lapez

    Im just curious, did you have some quite off stabalising and really shaky. I say this as I have a gimbal and it counters the iPhone 7's built in gimbal. I do struggle and Just curious is this didn't show up. I know it'll never be perfect but comparing footage from my iPhone 5 and 6 plus, it cane seem to be a little more smoother

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  9. Christoforos Charalambous

    Second party apps (filmic pro) and dji's own app can disable Stabilization. filmic pro supports and 60fps and also disabling if you want the stabilization. it even supports connecting it with the osmo.

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  10. Anna Mackinnon

    this was helpful. I'm currently charging up the DJI Osmo Mobile that I bought today for the first time but I'm looking forward to trying it out very soon today. Glad you're a fan.

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  11. RFB Zealand

    If you film in slowmo you'll get 240fps filming.. So then after you film in slowmo edit the video so the slowmo never starts.. Boom quick trick

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  12. Ahmed Hassan

    U can disable stabilization using 3rd party app ( FilMic Pro ) which gives U full manual control of video footage

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  13. schloerg

    get yourself a decent microphone with wind protection, this is horrible life-sound

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