DJI Ronin RS2 and RSC2 HD photos, product review and prices

DJI RS2

The new DJI RS2 retails for US$849, which is much more expensive than the original Ronin S, but with more money, you will get more features and functions. First, the new RS2 seems to be better designed and uses carbon fiber to reduce weight.

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There is a new scroll wheel to the right of the trigger button, which seems to be able to pan the camera easily and smoothly, although the scroll wheel can also be programmed to control other functions.

In addition, we saw three USB-C connection ports on the RS2 arm. In one of the photos, we can see one of the cables connecting RS2 to the new DJI RavenEye wireless video transmitter, the other cable connecting the camera to the camera to access image files, and the third cable connecting to the focus Wheel to allow the operator to pull the remote focus.

RS2 also has a small display, beside it there is a joystick, a record and a function button. This allows the operator to quickly change settings and manipulate the pan-tilt without having to browse applications on a smartphone.

What’s included?

The standard package of DJI RS2 includes gimbal, tripod, handle, various cables for connecting various components to different cameras, smartphone holder and carrying bag. Also includes screws and Allen wrench. According to Best Buy, this will cost you $849.

For an additional $150, the DJI RS2 Pro package ($999) will include the new DJI RavenEye wireless video transmitter, additional cables and DJI Focus.

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The new DJI RS2 can be used in many ways. In the photo, we see the gimbal mounted on the cable, jib and slider. The device can also be held in the hem handle with both hands, and can even be installed on the hood of a car.

DJI RSC2

According to Best Buy, the retail price of DJI RSC2 is US$429, which is significantly cheaper. This is indeed the younger brother of RS2.

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The DJI RSC2 has the same three USB-C connections, allowing the gimbal to obtain images and video from the camera, connect to the DJI Focus wheel, and connect to the new DJI RavenEye wireless video transmitter.

DJI RSC2 also has a new scroll wheel above the trigger button, which seems to be able to pan the camera easily and smoothly. Although the wheel can also be programmed to control other functions.

DJI RSC2 also has a new display, with a joystick, a record and a function button beside it. This allows the operator to quickly change settings and manipulate the pan-tilt without having to browse applications on a smartphone.

What’s included?

The standard version of DJI RSC2 is priced at $429, which includes various mounting parts, a tablet, a gimbal, a handle, a tripod, and a bag. The professional package is more expensive, priced at $599, but will include DJI Focus, the new DJI RavenEye wireless video transmitter and other cables.

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