If you are reading this post, you probably know who DJI is. DJI is the world’s leader in commercial and civilian drone industry, accounting for over 70% of the drone market. But, they also make crazy good gimbals.
Oliz Store has brought in 2 of DJI’s most loved products into Nepal. One is a foldable drone – the Mavic Zoom. Another is a Gimbal which Peter McKinnon can’t stop raving about – the Ronin S.
DJI RONIN S
Ronins S is a portable hand-held three-axis gimbal. It is one of the largest in this class and can support up to 8 pounds — a staggering capacity for such a device, above even the 7-pound limit of the already impressive Zhiyun Crane 2 and well beyond what DSLR or mirrorless cameras will require. This leaves plenty of room for lenses, microphones, or other camera attachments.
While there are plenty of cheaper options out there from the likes of Zhiyun, FeiyuTech, or EVO, they just can’t match the features of this gimbal. But you should identify your needs clearly because spending Rs. 98000 on a gimbal is not a joke.
DJI Mavic 2 Zoom
The next product that Oliz Store brought in is DJI Mavic 2 Zoom. Mavic 2 Zoom is an advanced, easy to fly, and reliable consumer drone which is especially used for photography and videography by professionals and amateurs alike. It can stay up to 31 minutes in air and can fly up to 44 mph.
On the software side, the Mavic 2 Zoom ships with DJI’s new ActiveTrack 2.0, which allows the drone to follow moving subjects autonomously, and with more precision than ever before. Also, now you can see what your drone is seeing at the 1080p real time. The Mavic 2 Zoom boasts a Hasselblad camera 1/2.3-inch sensor, as well as the ability to zoom from 24mm to 48mm. This device will cost you Rs. 1,85,000.
Oliz Store is providing free delivery all over Nepal for these two devices, and they will accept any VISA or MasterCard from all over the world. While the products are expensive, they also are some of the best in the category. So, know that you are getting your money’s worth with this product but consider if you want to/ have to spend this much in the first place.