DJI RS 3 Mini Camera Stabilizer- Perfect for One-Handed Use
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DJI Announces RS 3 Mini Gimbal - Perfect for One-Handed Use

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DJI, the world's leader in drone and gimbal technology, has unveiled the DJI RS 3 Mini, a lightweight handheld travel stabiliser designed to support prosumer mirrorless cameras and lenses. Weighing less than 800g (1.8lbs), the gimbal can carry a weight of up to 2kg (4.4lbs), and features Bluetooth shutter control, a third-generation stabilisation algorithm, native horizontal and vertical camera mounting, and a 1.4-inch colour touchscreen.

The RS 3 Mini is around 50% lighter than the RS 3 Pro, and 40% lighter than the RS 3, making it much easier to carry and suitable for travelling. It supports a range of mainstream mirrorless camera and lens combos, such as the Sony A7S3 + 24-70mm F2.8 GM lens, Canon EOS R5 + RF24-70mm F2.8 STM lens or Fuji X-H2S + XF 18-55 mm F2.8-4 lens. With a dual-layered quick-release plate, users can easily achieve vertical shooting without additional accessories.

The RS 3 Mini also has a 1.4-inch full-colour touchscreen, an M-mode button, front dial for focusing, and an integrated battery handle that provides up to 10 hours of charge. Furthermore, users can make the most of their creations with the Ronin app, which has a wealth of intelligent shooting functions such as time-lapse, track recording and panorama.

The DJI RS 3 Mini will be available today from authorised retailers and at with a price of US$385/HK$2,299. Stay tuned for our upcoming hands-on.

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