DJI Osmo Pocket gimbal camera gets its first rival with launch of Feiyu Pocket

Feiyu Pocket adds 4K shooting to the the miniature super-stabilized shooting set-up

(Image credit: Feiyu Tech)

The DJI Osmo Pocket is probably the most innovative camera to have been launched in the last couple of years. This miniature device combines a miniature action cam with a built-in gimbal stabilizer – making it a great choice for vloggers. But now this highly-successful device has a rival in the shape of the similar-looking and similarly-specced Feiyu Pocket.

The Feiyu Pocket can record  4K resolution video at up to 60 fps at 120 Mb/s – and also offers 1080p shooting for 120 fps slow-motion footage. If you need super slo-mo there is a 720p option that recorders at 240 fps. Still images can be shot with a  and still images with an 8.2 MP resolution.  Images and video are stored on a microSD card.

(Image credit: Feiyu Tech)

The Pocket features 6-axis stabilization and can bee controlled by watching the miniature 1.3-inch touchscreen LCD screen. WiFi connectivity also allows you to see the image image on your smartphone. The lens offers a maximum aperture of f/2.8 with an ultra-wide field of view of 120°.

The rechargeable battery claims 3.5 hours maximum runtime, and is topped up suing the built-in USB Type-C port. Recharging takes approximately 80 minutes. It measures 4.9 x 1.6 x 1.2in / 124.5 x 40.5 x 30mm, and weighs in at 4.06oz / 115g.




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