DJI Osmo Pocket 3 Released: Equipped with 1-inch CMOS

DJI has released the Osmo Pocket 3, the latest iteration of its popular pocket-sized gimbal camera. The new camera features a number of upgrades over its predecessor, including a larger 1-inch CMOS sensor, improved ActiveTrack 6.0, and a detachable battery.

The 1-inch CMOS sensor is the most significant upgrade on the Osmo Pocket 3. It promises to deliver better image quality, especially in low light. The sensor also allows for a wider field of view, making it easier to capture sweeping landscapes or group shots.

ActiveTrack 6.0 is DJI's latest subject tracking technology. It is said to be more accurate and reliable than previous versions, and it can now track multiple subjects simultaneously. This makes it ideal for shooting vlogs or live streaming.

The detachable battery is another welcome addition to the Osmo Pocket 3. It allows users to swap out batteries quickly and easily, which is ideal for extended shoots.

In addition to these major upgrades, the Osmo Pocket 3 also features a number of other improvements, such as a larger and brighter touchscreen display, a new directional joystick, and support for D-Log M and 10-bit color profiles.

The Osmo Pocket 3 is priced at 3,499 yuan in China. It is available to purchase now from DJI's website and authorized retailers.

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