DJI, a leading civilian drones and camera technology firm based in China, on September 22 launched the Osmo Mobile 6,

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a palm-sized, portable device that unlocks the full potential of everyday smartphone photos and videos.

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This latest addition to the popular Osmo Mobile series features a smartphone stabilizer that has been enhanced through functions on the device

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software features and editing software to give users complete control over the phone cameras they carry with them.

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Alongside improved ergonomics and compatibility with larger phones, the Osmo Mobile 6 features DJI’s three-axis stabilization

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Three powerful motors and DJI’s advanced algorithms keep smartphones steady when shooting photos and videos. Smartphones’ electronic image stabilization can falter

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A new Quick Launch feature has been provided for iPhone users. Once unfolded, attaching an iPhone to the stabilizer automatically triggers the Mimo app alert to enter the camera view instantly.

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Preparation time is dramatically reduced, with the device up and running three times quicker than previous models.

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Featuring an enhanced version of DJI’s ActiveTrack, Osmo Mobile 6’s ActiveTrack 5.0 offers more stable tracking at longer distances and also allows the front camera to track subjects that turn to the side or spin.

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On August 21, 2020, the US International Trade Commission (ITC) made its final ruling on an investigation into DJI. An injunction was issued, but enforcement was suspended.

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