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DJI Ronin-SC compact three-axis gimbal priced in the Philippines!

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DJI's new lighter and more compact gimbal designed for mirrorless camera is now up for pre-order at Henry's Professional camera. It starts at PHP 21,700.
DJI Ronin-SC renders
DJI Ronin-SC renders

PH Pre-orders of the DJI Ronin-SC is now available

Nearly a year after DJI announced their Ronin-S handheld gimbal, the Chinese giant announced a lighter and more compact version of its three-axis motorized Gimbal stabilizer with new features.

DJI Ronin-SC Henry's Professional Camera listing
DJI Ronin-SC Henry's Professional Camera listing

It has a maximum payload of 4.4 lbs or 2 kgs with support for stabilization, pan, tilt, roll control, and 360-degree continuous panning. (for 3D/360 motion shots) The Ronin-SC weighs at only 2.4lbs or slightly above 1 kg which makes it extremely easier to handle when used for an extended period.

The gimbal is powered by a 2040mAh rechargeable 18650 Li-Po battery built-into the handle that is rated for 11 hours of use on a single charge via USB Type-C.

New additions like the two locking modes and the quick release plate make it easier to balance your camera and for storing the gimbal. 

At the handle is the record button and the joystick for precision control. A new "M" mode button is present to toggle sport mode which allows the gimbal to use a super-fast tracking response for quick action sequences. 

It supports iOS and Android and connects via Bluetooth 5.0 and now uses DJI's Active Track 3.0 that tracks specified subjects without having to use any manual controls.

Lastly, the biggest new feature is DJI's Force Mobile which allows users to control the gimbal's movements with the user's smartphone gyroscope. This allows for even greater and more precise user-specified motion.

Price and availability

The DJI Ronin-SC is now available for pre-order at Henry's Professional Camera's website.

There is no specific date when the DJI Ronin-SC will arrive locally, but it is priced at PHP 21,700 in the Philippines.

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