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The DJI Osmo Pocket can change how you take photos and it's down to $199

If you want to step up how you take mobile photos, then you need to get the DJI Osmo Pocket touchscreen handheld 3-axis gimbal stabilizer camera. The retailer BuyDig is currently selling the Osmo Pocket for $199. That's $100 off its regular price and a match for the best deal we've seen. You can find the Osmo Pocket going for anywhere between $231 at Amazon to $349 at Walmart. We haven't seen it drop this low in quite some time, so take advantage of this deal price while you can.

The Osmo Pocket is a small, lightweight, portable camera you can hold in your hand. You use it to get amazingly stable shots, which means crystal clear image quality when taking photos or video that looks like it was professionally shot. The camera has a 3-inch sensor, an 80-degree field of view, and a f/2.0 aperture. You can shoot in 4K video at 60fps and get 12MP photos. While you might be able to find a better camera, you definitely won't find one better in this form factor.

You can actually connect the Osmo Pocket to your phone, too. Use the DJI Mimo App to customzie and control it. The app works on both iOS and Android systems and is compatible with a lot of phones. Connect the device to your phone so you can use it for vlogging or streaming and send your videos directly to YouTube, TikTok, and other social media networks.

The device records everything to a microSD card. You should get the Samsung Evo Select and maybe grab a few of them because it's one of the cards we have recommended for the Osmo Pocket. And it's a super affordable card for the amount of storage you can get.

The Osmo Pocket has plenty of accessories, too. You can get screen protectors, filters, and all kinds of things.

Source: androidcentral

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