DJI – Introducing the Ronin 2

DJI – Introducing the Ronin 2

On a film set, every second counts. From large-scale studio shoots
to tightly-focused documentaries, Efficiency is key. The original Ronin made great strides
in helping make a shoot run smoothly. But, we felt we could do even better, and we have. With the Ronin 2. We literally took the Ronin back to the drawing board with a few key factors in mind: Cross-compatibility with other stabilization systems. The capacity to fully power a RED camera. Refined setup and balancing time. Larger payloads for more ambitious camera configurations. And even intelligent features. For the Ronin 2, we found it essential
to make it so that it’s able to be cross compatible. Between mounted to a car for fast action driving,
and it’s now cable cam ready. And of course it can still be handheld, providing
smooth cinematic shots with minimal setup. Everything has been refined for maximum efficiency. The Ronin 2 has been reengineered from the ground up
to be compatible with a wide variety of camera payloads. The carbon fiber build provides
the highest quality manufacturing ever in a handheld stabilized camera rig. It makes the Ronin 2 lightweight, strong, and functional. The Ronin 2 is fully customizable thanks to extendable arms, which allow for larger camera bodies and lenses. Integrated locks on all three axes
provide easier balancing, tuning, and transportation. And the new 2-axis lock means even greater options
for mobility and camera control. With the new Ronin 2 grip, the entire setup
can be safely and quickly set down with foldaway feet. New integrated adjustment knobs allow for
quick fine tuning adjustments. The newly designed quick release mount makes
transferring from handheld to vehicle mounts a breeze. And faster setups means less down time on a shoot. Powerful, higher torque motors provide the capability
for larger payloads without sacrificing speed. What was nice about the system was that the motors were so strong that even if we had it
in three different types of environments, the system never need to be re-tuned. It just sort of transferred between all three environments seamlessly, and it kept the stabilization rock solid. The Ronin 2 moves at speeds up to 75 miles per hour
with a maximum 30 pound payload all while resisting high winds. With Ronin 2’s ability to travel at upwards of 70 miles an hour, it allows us to do something that we weren’t able to do previously
and as easily as we can do it with the Ronin 2. It gives us the ability to chase what we’re doing at the speed
at which it’s happening and do exactly what we need to do. To facilitate these new powerful features,
the Ronin 2 is powered by dual batteries, which are hot swappable at a moment’s notice, allowing for continuous uptime without ever powering down. The camera can also be powered directly by the Ronin 2’s batteries, providing a more seamless experience between it, the camera, and all other accessories. When you need to do a battery change,
the camera stays live, the Ronin stays live, and you’re just hot swapping. And then you keep on going. With the advent of something like the Ronin, I can provide the kind of gentle movement, The incredible sense you get in being outside. A new, integrated, ultra-bright screen allows for
on-the-fly software and settings adjustments, directly from the Ronin 2, including the intelligent features. You can even make adjustments to any RED camera right from the touchscreen. Also, a new handheld controller has been designed
for wireless remote control of the gimbal. The gimbal assistant app has been completely overhauled, making it more intuitive and allowing full control over the Ronin 2. A new build-in GPS module allows for
better performance during high-speed shooting. SmoothTrack has been updated
for even better performance. And intelligent features like timelapse and panorama
are both fully supported. Every element of the Ronin 2 has been redesigned
with the filmmaker in mind To maximize reliability and efficiency
in any film environment. By removing hardware and technical challenges from a film set, the Ronin 2 is ready to help any filmmaker
fully realize their creative vision. Storytelling is a medium that endures. The flexibility and power of the Ronin 2 ensures that
every filmmaker’s legacy is preserved forever.

100 thoughts on “DJI – Introducing the Ronin 2”

  1. If every second counts then why have you sold me 3 broken Ronin 1's one that still collects dust because we got sick of sending them back and you refused to issue a refund. You have cost hours on set so we migrated to the Movi m10 which has 0 problems and costs less. Good luck with this Chinese scrap metal.

  2. How cool would it be to be able to setup a Zenmuse X7 on a Ronin and somehow be able to capture the data…. hmmmmm.. DJI?? 🙂

  3. For better lightweight performance, i think should replace the carbon fibre material with the graphene base material, which is durable and lightweight more than the carbon fibre

  4. All i have of DJI is a phantom 3 standard drone and i dream for this ,oh well ,watch my videos folks ,so someday ,somewhere i could buy these.

  5. I was like: oehh thats one nice piece of tech, ill buy it even thought i don't have a camera just to look at. I looked at the price and now instead of buying something i dont need i can use the money to fund the hearttransplanyt i need because of that price.

  6. Can the Ronin 2 also handle much lighter cameras like the mirrorless sony a7s ii camera without shaking or anything like that ?? I remember using the sony a7s with the Ronin M on one shoot and it was heavily shaking until I added some weight to the camera.. Is it better to use with the canon 5d mark 4 for my next shoot ? thanks


  8. Too many people thinking this the same level as g a gopro…this shit us for movies numbnuts…even people who make movie s just rent it…nobody really buy it

  9. free tips :- while making the advertisement video of electronic things it would be more good to use electronic garage like then to show a mechanical garage😉

  10. I know the robin 2 is already 3 years old. Not sure if I should still buy one in 2020 … or just wait till possibly a robin 3 comes out and get that or wait for price drop?

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