Under ideal conditions with the gimbal fully balanced.
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The Osmo Mobile 2 supports smartphones 58.6-84.8 mm wide and up to 8.4 mm thick. This covers most phones currently available, from the iPhone SE to the iPhone 6s Plus and Android phones of similar size. Please note that actual compatibility might be affected by accessories attached to your phone. Certain form factors including side button layout should also be considered.
Step 1: First, make sure to adequately charge the OM2 by connecting the charging cable to the micro USB port on the right side of the Osmo Mobile 2. If the battery level is low, the Osmo Mobile 2 will not power on.
Step 2: Mount your phone onto the Osmo Mobile 2 and adjust the balance.
Step 3: Press and hold the power button for three seconds to power on the Osmo Mobile 2. Launch DJI GO and choose Osmo Mobile 2. Follow the app’s instructions to complete Bluetooth connection, registration, and activation.
Osmo Mobile 2 utilizes Bluetooth 4.0 to communicate with phones. Although Bluetooth 4.0 has become a standard for current phones, we suggest you check compatibility by revisiting your phone specs.
Remove your phone from the mobile phone holder. Loosen the Holder Lock knob, then follow the indicated directions and rotate the mobile phone holder 90 degrees to set landscape or portrait orientation. Tighten the Holder Lock knob and mount your phone again.
With the Osmo Mobile 2 powered on, press the mode button once and you can switch between SmoothTrack and Lock modes. In SmoothTrack mode, the Osmo Mobile 2 will smoothly follow your arm’s movements to reduce unwanted mobile shakes.
Make sure the gimbal is powered and working normally, then quickly press the mode button twice to recenter the gimbal.
With the Osmo Mobile 2 powered and Bluetooth connected, quickly press the mode button three times to switch between the front and rear cameras.
A new Zoom slider has been added on the left side of Osmo Mobile 2 to let you zoom in or out.
Tap the Metering icon on the bottom left of the app to switch to ActiveTrack mode. Mark a subject on your screen to track it as it moves.
No. ActiveTrack is not affected by camera resolution.
Timelapse is suitable for recording the passing of time at a fixed scene by mounting the Osmo Mobile 2 on a tripod or base.
Motionlapse allows users to record a moving timelapse video by setting up to five camera points.
Hyperlapse allows users to record everything passing by as they hold the gimbal in hand and walk.
Yes. You can set parameters manually in the Camera Settings menu. Please note that this function is only supported on iOS devices.
Yes, you can choose and set slow, medium, and fast joystick speeds in the app.
When recording video, video resolution is set at 720p in DJI GO by default. You can change video resolution in the app. However, the maximum video resolution depends on your phone’s camera.
If you are an iOS user, the app will tell you how much storage space there is for video. Unfortunately, this does not apply to Android users.
Yes. Go to Settings, Choose Live Broadcast Platform, choose the Custom option and type in the platform’s link to broadcast live videos.
These two modes are specially optimized to reduce different shakes generated during walking and running. The main difference between these modes is the gimbal’s speed following your movements. In Sport mode, the gimbal follows your movements closely and is suitable for shooting fast-moving objects. In Walk mode, the gimbal moves slower when you walk.
No. To ensure optimum image quality, manual adjustment of these functions are disabled when shooting Motionlapse video.
A maximum of five.
Yes. Go to Settings, tap the Camera icon, and choose to enable or disable the function of saving original photos.
The shooting direction of the phone camera will not be affected by the movement of your arms in a tilt axis.
For iOS users, they will be stored in DJI GO. For Android users, you can choose to store photos and video in either your phone or on an SD card.
You can use Beautify for both. Beautify is available for taking single photos or photos using a countdown timer. It is also available when recording 720p video.
The shooting capabilities of the Osmo Mobile 2 depend on what type of mobile phone system you use. Consequently, Android users may not be able to use the fully-optimized functions of the Osmo Mobile 2. DJI is working with Android phone manufacturers to provide a better user experience to all Android users. We thank you for your patience and understanding.
|180° Panorama||Available on back camera||Available on back cameras|
|330° Panorama||Available on back camera||Available on back cameras|
|9-Shot Panorama||Available on back camera||Available on back cameras|
|Photo Burst Mode||Yes||No|
|HDR||Yes||Depends on phone model|
|4K Video||Yes||Depends on phone model|
|AE/AF Lock||Yes||Depends on phone model|
|Light Trail||Yes||Depends on phone model|
|Long Exposure||Yes||Depends on phone model|
A full charge requires 2 hours, and battery life is 15 hours*. The built-in battery cannot be swapped out.
* Under ideal conditions with the gimbal fully balanced.
You can charge the Osmo Mobile 2 via the micro USB charging port on the right of the handle. The maximum charging current is 2A.
The Osmo Mobile 2 charges a mobile device via the USB port on the back of the handle. It exports a voltage of 5V and a current of 1.5A.
We give every Osmo Mobile 2 a unique serial number, which is located on the left of the phone holder. You can easily locate your device by finding the serial number. You can also change the name of your device in DJI GO.
Please disconnect the previous phone and disable its Bluetooth. Then connect the Osmo Mobile 2 to another smartphone.
No. Most Osmo accessories are not compatible with the Osmo Mobile 2. However, Osmo Tripod is compatible with the Osmo Mobile 2 and can be mounted to it via a newly installed mounting hole at the bottom of the gimbal.
The mounting hole at the bottom of the Osmo Mobile 2 is the standard 1/4 – 20 UNC thread. It is compatible with the Osmo Mobile 2 Base, Osmo Tripod, and other third-party accessories.
Yes. However, external lenses may affect the balance of the gimbal. Large, heavy lenses are not recommended.