DJI has released the RS 3 Mini, a small and lightweight handheld travel stabilizer designed specifically for mirrorless cameras. It is 50% lighter than the RS 3 Pro and 40% lighter than the RS 3, weighing only 795 g (1.7 lbs) and capable of carrying up to 2 kg (4.4 lbs). It has Bluetooth shutter control, a 3rd generation stabilization algorithm, native horizontal and vertical switching, and a 1.4-inch color touchscreen. The RS 3 Mini is intended to make it easier for content creators to create professional-grade content while traveling, with the same industry-leading technology used on film sets and studios.
“Since the introduction of DJI’s Ronin series for cinematography in professional environments, DJI has been working on bringing professional-grade technology to an increasing number of content creators. The DJI RS 3 Mini is testament to DJI’s core value of bringing innovative stabilization technology to everyone with a love of capturing their moments in a photo or on video. Now, anyone with a mirrorless camera can experience the same industry-leading technology used on film sets and studios across the globe.”
– Paul Pan, Senior Product Line Manager at DJI
Native Vertical Shooting
The RS 3 Mini features a newly designed dual-layered quick-release plate that allows for vertical shooting without additional accessories. The gimbal rotation angle is not limited, making it easier to create short video social media content. Additionally, the upper plate has a curved placement guide to prevent the camera from rotating and loosening.
3rd Generation Stabilization
RS 3 Mini is a lightweight and powerful professional stabilizer that provides a portable and professional landscape or street shooting experience. It features DJI’s 3rd generation stabilization algorithm, which ensures content stability and professional-level image stabilization regardless of the user’s experience. This results in smooth camera movements when shooting around human subjects, and dynamic 360°-rotation imaging for strong visual impact.
Easy Wireless Connection
The Wireless Bluetooth Shutter function supports linking with most mirrorless cameras. After the initial linking, the camera is ready automatically and users can control the video recording and photo capture functions via the record button on the gimbal. Additionally, when using a Sony camera with a supported digital lens, users can also control the lens’s optical or digital zoom via the front dial.