On its Osmo action cam series, DJI has made another 180 degree turn. The DJI Action 2 (which did not include the Osmo) had an eccentric modular design in contrast to the original Osmo Action, which had a vintage GoPro aesthetic. It had some fascinating concepts; it was compact and add-on devices let you add storage, a front-facing screen, and other features. However, it overheated, showed signs of fragility, and was exceedingly complex.
DJI has now brought back the action-cam form factor with the Osmo Action 3. It also made a number of minor adjustments to the battery, mount, and displays while maintaining the previous model’s maximum 4K 120p video resolution and 1/1.7-inch, 12-megapixel sensor. It’s an odd coincidence that GoPro has announced a new model (“taking it to 11”) arriving in exactly one hour and that it features HyperSmooth 4.0 stabilisation, 5.3K 60p quality, and 240fps 2.7K frame rate. I put it through its paces on a car, bike, and on foot while getting a close-up look at the increased durability.
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I automatically performed a flawless faceplant on my mountain as a result. bike, and I can attest that the camera was unharmed although my face was damaged (yes, there is video). Kudos to DJI for that since the camera clearly made some contact with the ground but remained attached to the mount and showed no signs of damage.
Additionally, you receive touch-enabled front and rear screens that are both 1.4 inches and 640 by 360 pixels in size, respectively. This makes vlogging and self-shooting simpler. The screens’ Gorilla Glass helps deliver the advertised impact resistance. Similar to the Action 2, the menu system is primarily operated by swiping. Swiping from left to right changes the shooting mode, from left to right changes the key parameters such resolution and frame rate, and from up to down changes the main menu. The menus in the work identically on the front and back displays.
Although it isn’t very intuitive, it is perhaps the greatest choice for a screen that small. Additionally, you can connect the camera to DJI’s Mimo app, which is more user-friendly and similar to its Fly and Go drone apps. This enables you to remotely control video and photo captures and adjust all of the important camera settings. The firmware of the camera can also be updated through the app.
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Gallery For The DJI Osmo Action 3
As previously, the Osmo Action 3 can function as a webcam, providing better audio and video for livestreams and conference calls than the average built-in camera. This works great, requires little setup, and is simple to the video is pretty broad, however the connection is via USB-C. Additionally, it enables WiFi livestreaming at up to 1080/30p.
Stabilisation And Video
The Action 3 employs Rocksteady 3.0, the most recent version of DJI’s stabilisation, to remove camera shake in all directions up to the highest 4K/120fps resolution. It almost matches the HyperSmooth 4 from GoPro. I put it to the test while driving on unpaved, bumpy roads, riding a bike on trails and roads with the camera mounted to my helmet, and using the provided selfie stick while walking. In every one of those scenarios, it completely smoothed out the video; the only time it let me down was when I crashed, for some reason.
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Additionally, It Makes Advantage Of DJI’s Horizon Capabilities, Which First Debuted On The Osmo Action, To Maintain The Image.
level. Even with large bumps and extreme 360-degree rotations, HorizonSteady combines shake reduction and horizon levelling. This might be helpful for… I’m not certain. Maybe skydiving, scuba diving, or something similar It should be noted that it only supports resolutions up to 2.7K and cuts the image, most likely because it needs the nearby pixels to account for rotation.
In contrast, the Hero 10 supports 5.3K at up to 60 fps, 4K at 120 fps, and 2.7K at 240 fps. Even while the 240 frames per second option at a higher resolution is good, the DJI Osmo Action 3 may be somewhat sharper at the full 4K 120p resolution.
But in dim light, the Hero 10 performs better. The Action 3’s footage can still be seen despite the bigger pixels.get quite noisy, even during the day, for example in a shady woodland. The Hero 10, in contrast (sorry), produces sharper footage in comparable circumstances.
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