Unleash your other side with Osmo Action’s dual screens and RockSteady stabilization letting you capture it all.
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|Product Type :||Action Camera|
|Product Dimensions :||65 x 37.4 x 17.7 inches|
|Weight :||124 g|
|Display Front :||1.4 inches, 300ppi, 750cd/m|
|Display Back :||2.25 inches, 325ppi, 750cd/m|
|Battery :||LiPo 1300mAh|
|Supported SD Cards :||microSD; Max. 256 GB|
|Camera Slow Motion :||720p 120, 240fps – Speed: 4/8 / 1080P 120, 240fps – Speed: 4/8|
|Video :||4K (16:9): 60, 50, 48, 30, 25, 24fps 4K (4:3): 30, 25, 24fps 2.7K (4:3): 30, 25, 24fps 2.7K (16:9): 60, 50, 48, 30, 25, 24fps 1080P: 240, 200, 120, 100, 60, 50, 48, 30, 25, 24fps 720P: 240, 200fps|
|Max Image Size :||4000×3000|
|Charging Time :||88 mins|
As well as 4K at 60fps, the DJI Osmo Action can capture HDR video in 4K at 30fps, delivering an extra three stops of dynamic range to your scenes.
An 8x slow motion effect is possible by recording video in 1080p at 240fps, or you can shoot 4x slow motion in 1080p at 120fps.
The Osmo Action also boasts an in-camera timelapse mode and Custom Exposure settings (effectively a Bulb mode) for shooting long exposures at up to 120 seconds.
Also on board is DJI’s in-body stabilisation system, called RockSteady. Dual built-in microphones allow users to use the Osmo Action’s Voice Control to command the camera.
DJI has given the Osmo Action large LCD screens on the front and rear of the camera. On the back is a 2.25-inch touchscreen with water- and fingerprint-repelling coating. On the front is a 1.4-inch LCD that DJI says can be viewed in harsh lighting conditions.