Revealed a company (DJI) Chinese has announced two new versions of the (Ronin) stabilizer, so it comes Installed The (Ronin S 2) is the successor to the original (Ronin S) stabilizer, and is for larger cameras and professional crews.
While enjoying Installed (Ronin SC 2) has a more portable design, making it a better fit for mirrorless cameras and smaller options.
The Ronin SC 2 stabilizer contains a new foldable system, which DJI says makes it easier to transport.
The stabilizer (Ronin SC 2) measures 180 x 190 mm, weighs 1.2 kg, and works for up to 12 hours on a single charge, and there is a fast charging option.
The company suggests that the stabilizer design (Ronin SC 2) allows more shooting options without the need for attachments.
The stabilizer includes placing the bag, where you can remove the main arm of the stabilizer and carry it to expand the range of shooting angles, and there is a one-inch (OLED) screen that displays the camera data, and a load of up to 3 kg can be supported.
The stabilizer (Ronin S 2) weighs about 1.3 kg, and can handle camera platforms weighing up to 4.5 kg, and the battery life is up to 12 hours, and the fast charging function enables an addition of two hours within only 15 minutes of charging time.
DJI has put more emphasis on stabilizer mount features, with a SuperSmooth mode aimed at compensating for longer focal length lenses, which reach 100mm.
The company said: The newly improved Titan Stabilization algorithm reduces the need for manual user intervention when it comes to speed, range and acceleration settings while compensating for user motion and improving the tilt and angle of the stabilizer.
The Ronin SC 2 has a dual-layer camera mount that supports Arca Swiss and Manfrotto standards, with a stabilizer knob.
There is also a 1.4-inch touchscreen display that shows live camera feed, data, or stabilizer settings.
A number of attachments are available for both installers, as RavenEye can send a 1080p video feed at 30 frames per second to the Ronin mobile app from a distance of up to 200 meters.
This application can control many features of the installer.
Ronin SC 2 and Ronin S 2 share a number of pre-programmed additional movements and features, such as panorama, time-lapse, portrait mode, and Time Tunnel mode, which captures Hyperlapse videos during a 360-degree roll.
The Ronin SC 2 gets an update to this feature after launch, so you can rotate the camera to portrait mode with one click.
The Ronin SC 2 stabilizer comes at $ 849, while the Ronin SC 2 stabilizer is $ 499.