DJI's Ronin-SC a trimmed-down single-handed camera stabilizer for $439

CNET | 7/17/2019 | Joshua Goldman
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The Ronin-SC (left) is more compact and weighs less than the Ronin-S (right).

Made with mirrorless cameras like the Panasonic Lumix GH5 in mind, DJI's Ronin-SC updates the design of the Ronin-S to make it lighter and more compact without sacrificing features or performance. The single-handed motorized three-axis gimbal weighs 41 percent less at 2.4 pounds (1.1 kg) and will support up to a 4.4-pound payload (2 kg and run for up to 11 hours.

SC - Feedback - Ronin-S - Users - DJI

The SC was designed based on feedback from Ronin-S users, said a DJI spokesman. For example, along with its smaller, lighter body, the SC now has locks on the pan, tilt and roll axis of the gimbal to keep it from flipping around during travel. DJI also simplified the setup and balancing process so you can get shooting faster.

The Ronin-SC's mode button lets you quickly switch between three setting profiles.

Ronin - App - Redesign - Interface - Shooting

The Ronin app also got a redesign with a streamlined interface and new shooting and setting options. You can set up up to three setting profiles in the app that can quickly be switched between using a Mode button the Ronin's handle. Options include a popular (and disorienting) 360-degree infinite barrel roll movement that you used to require some menu diving to use. Panoramas, Timelapse and Motionlapse and Motion Control, which lets you preset a movement path with up to 10 different points, have also been added.

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