DJI’s Ronin 4D is the company’s new full-frame gimbal camera. The Ronin 4D makes it easy to set up and start shooting—with a combination of cinematic imaging, LiDAR focusing, a 4-axis gimbal, and wireless control to grab smooth cinematic footage. The company says the DJI Ronin 4D is ground-breaking in its flexibility for solo shooters or a team. LiDAR focusing provides fast, accurate, and reliable focus even in low-light. Additionally, LiDAR Waveform allows for intuitive manual focusing.
This full-frame X9 gimbal camera provides internal recording in 8K/75fps RAW and 4K/120fps video recording. And it supports over 14 stops of dynamic range. The DJI Ronin 4D boasts dual native ISO and has built-in 9-stop ND filters, with interchangeable lens mounts. It comes equipped with DJI’s latest image processing system, CineCore 3.0— for high-performance recording of Apple ProRes RAW, ProRes 422 HQ, and H.264 video.
But perhaps its most impressive feature is the camera’s integrated design. The DJI Ronin 4D offers a solid carbon fiber and aluminum-magnesium body that integrates the imaging, stabilization, and focusing systems, enabling quicker shooting. Ronin 4D adds a Z-Axis to the traditional 3-axis gimbal setup. The camera uses dual symmetric motors for the tilt axis, while the pan axis and the roll axis add additional stability. The DJI Ronin 4D will be available in December 2021. Reservations are open now.
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