Leak Reveals Amazing New DJI OM 6 Phone Gimbal

Une fuite révèle un étonnant nouveau cardan pour téléphone DJI OM 6

Some time ago (about 4 weeks), DJI introduced the Avata FPV drone and the DJI Osmo Action 3 camera (a week ago) to the world and both were quite well received by the general public. Now their next release, the DJI OM 6 and DJI OM SE gimbals has leaked.

DJI (Da-Jiang Innovations) is a China-based technology company that is best known for its manufacturing of drones for photography and videography. They have been responsible for supplying approximately 70% of the global consumer drone market since March 2020. They have also designed and manufactured action cameras, camera stabilizers, camera gimbals, control systems flight, flight platforms and propulsion systems.

DJI offers the everyday consumer a cheaper technology option and does its best to provide the absolute best quality. The company is set to introduce the next generation of its smartphone gimbals with the upcoming DJI OM 6 and DJI OM SE.

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Features of the new DJI OM 6

Not only does the upcoming device get a new, updated look compared to its predecessor (the DJI OM 5), but it will also feature a new form of control that will make it slightly easier for consumers to use. This can be seen in the addition of the rotary dial, which will allow users to more precisely control the zoom and focus functions on their devices.

The DJI OM 6 also has features like the new ActiveTrack 5.0 system that automatically keeps moving subjects in frame and 3-axis stabilization, which will keep your device level even if your hands are too shaky.

The weight of the gimbal is 309g and an additional 31g is added by the magnetic clamp which is used to attach your phone to it. The device as a whole is capable of supporting smartphones weighing up to 290g.

Like its predecessor, the DJI OM 6 has an integrated extension, which allows the ring to transform into a selfie stick, and tripod legs. After a full charge, which takes about 1.5 hours, the battery (1000mAh) is good for 6.5 hours of use, giving you plenty of time to complete your project or photo shoot.

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Features of the DJI OM SE

This device is a cheaper version of the DJI OM 6 with a design similar to that of the OM 5. It retains the tripod legs of both devices but loses the extension rod. Like the OM 6, the OM SE can also support phones weighing up to 290g.

According to data leaked by WinFuture, the DJI OM SE will have a larger battery (2600mAh) than the DJI OM 6, giving us 8 hours of battery life. This also means the OM SE will be heavier, around 43g heavier, landing the OM SE at 352g.

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Price :

Unlike the DJI OM 5, which was €160 when it launched (and is now €130), the DJI OM 6 will cost €180 when it launches. Fortunately for consumers looking to get a cheaper version of the device, the DJI OM SE will reportedly retail for $110, barely more expensive than the DJI OM 4 SE.

An official announcement on the new gimbals should come soon (based on the time between the release of the Avata FPV drone and the DJI Osmo Action camera, which was around 3 weeks), but as it stands things, there is no exact date.

What do you think of the new DJI OM 6 and DJI OM SE gimbals?