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DJI RS 4 Gimbal with a 12-hour Battery Runtime is Now Available in Nepal


  • The DJI RS 4 gimbal price in Nepal is Rs. 81,000.
  • It features DJI’s 2nd-gen automated axis lock and 4th-gen RS Stabilization Algorithm.
  • The gimbal comes with a 3000mAh Li-Po battery built into the BG21 grip.

The successor to the RS 3 gimbal, the DJI RS 4, is now available for purchase in the Nepalese market.

DJI rs 4
DJI rs 4

The DJI RS 4 gimbal has some new upgrades and design changes compared to its predecessor. It now has a new dedicated switch on the side to toggle zoom control, the handle has a larger battery, a new plate to switch to vertical faster, and Teflon-coated axis arms.

A detailed list of specs has been written below.

DJI RS 4 Specifications

  • Dimensions:
    • Folded: 245 x 255 x 75 mm (excluding camera, grip, and the Extended Grip/Tripod)
    • Unfolded: 370 x 191 x 189 mm (height includes the grip and excludes the Extended Grip/Tripod)
  • Weight:
    • Gimbal: Approx. 1066 g
    • Grip: Approx. 203 g
    • Extended Grip/Tripod (Plastic): Approx. 183 g
    • Upper and Lower Quick-Release Plates: Approx. 98 g
  • Tested Payload: 3 kg
  • Maximum Controlled Rotation Speed:
    • Pan: 360°/s
    • Tilt: 360°/s
    • Roll: 360°/s
  • Mechanical Range:
    • Pan axis: 360° continuous rotation
    • Roll axis: -95° to +240°
    • Tilt axis: -112° to +214°
  • Battery: 3000 mAh Li-Po, 21 Wh, 12 hours battery life (max), approx. 2.5 hours charging time (using 18W quick charging)
  • Gimbal Charging Port: USB-C, 18W (max), supports USB PD
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.1

DJI RS 4 Price in Nepal: Rs. 81,000

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DJI RS 4 Overview


Overall, the base design of the RS 4 hasn’t changed much from its predecessor. The shape and position of the control stick, battery grip, and tilt arm are the same as the RS 3’s.

DJI RS 4 Features
DJI RS 4 Design

The differences between the two show in their size and weight. The RS 4 comes in a bit heavier at 1.4 kg and bigger than the RS 3. The larger tilt arm size does mean that the gimbal can now incorporate cameras with a bigger body, however, the payload carrying capacity of the RS 4 remains the same at up to 3 kg.

The gimbal also features a redesigned horizontal plate that enables the second-generation native vertical shooting. You can simply release the horizontal plate and secure it into the vertical position for an easy switch to vertical shooting.

RS 4 Teflon Coated Arms
RS 4 Teflon Coated Arms

Visually, the most significant difference between the RS 3 and the RS 4 is the removal of the red streak paint from the tilt arm of the RS 4. The axis arms of the RS 4 also now come coated in Teflon for ‘reduced friction and smoother balancing’ as per DJI’s claims.

RS 4 Controls
RS 4 Controls

On the controls side, the RS 4 comes with a 1.8-inch touchscreen, below that is the joystick that controls the gimbal arms, and beside the joystick are the record and the M button. On the left of the touchscreen is the joystick mode switch and finally, on the front, are the dial and the trigger of the gimbal.

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With the implementation of 4th-gen RS stabilization algorithms, the RS 4 has overall better stability, vertical shooting, and more steady running and low-angle shots.

On top of all this, the support for Focus Pro Motor provides a 30% increased motor speed and lens zoom adjustments when compared to the original.

RS 4 Features
RS 4 Features

The RS 4 now comes with 2nd-gen axis locks that allow the gimbal to quickly start working or enter sleep mode. The feature can be activated through the touchscreen or the switch near the tilt arm.

Accessory-wise, the gimbal comes with an RSA communication port which allows for the connection with other DJI and third-party accessories.

DJI RS 4 Shooting Modes
DJI RS 4 Shooting Modes

Lastly, with the DJI Ronin app, you can set gimbal motor parameters, perform remote setup, access gimbal operation data in real-time, and diagnose gimbal status. Through the app, users can also use functions like panorama, timelapse, and object tracking,


The DJI RS 4 comes equipped with a 3000mAh battery grip (BG21) by default. The default battery grip provides a claimed usage ofc 12 hours.

Battery DJI RS 4
DJI RS 4 Battery

The RS 4 gimbal also supports the BG70 high-capacity battery grips.

DJI RS 4 Price in Nepal and Availability

The DJI RS 4 price in Nepal is Rs. 81,000. It is available for purchase at physical retailers like Oliz Store as well as online platforms.

The gimbal also comes with a 1-year limited manufacturer warranty.

DJI gimbal Price in Nepal
DJI RS 4 Rs. 81000

The DJI RS 4 succeeds its predecessor, the RS 3, with noticeable upgrades. The gimbal now comes with a dedicated side switch for zoom control, an upgraded handle with extended battery life, a swifter transition to vertical shooting via a redesigned vertical plate, and a Teflon-coated aluminum axis arms.

What are your thoughts on the DJI RS 4? Let us know in the comments!

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