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DJI Ronin S Arrives At BPS

Today at BPS we had a joyful arrival of the latest DJI Ronin S.

The DJI Ronin-S is an advanced 3-axis gimbal compatible with a wide-range of DSLR and mirrorless cameras. Designed for single-hand use, the Ronin S will help creatives capture stunning scenes at speeds of up to 75kph for up to 12 hours. The Ronin-S utilises DJI’s stabilisation algorithms for an accurate and reliable performance.

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A quick FAQ for your interest,

FAQs

How do I update the firmware on the Ronin-S?

Power on the Ronin-S and connect it to your PC or MAC. Then, use the DJI Pro Assistant for the Ronin.

Which cameras are compatible with the Ronin-S?

A wide range of cameras can be used with the Ronin-S including brands like Sony, Canon, Nikon etc.

Please see our digital download for the comprehensive list.

Can the camera mounting plate with the Ronin-S be used with a quick-release system?

The camera mounting plate for the Ronin-S is compatible with the Manfrotto 501PL. You can dismount the camera setup from the Ronin-S and mount it on a fluid head system or compatible tripod.

What battery does the Ronin-S use?

The Ronin-S uses an RB1-2400 mAh- 14.4 V Intelligent Battery.

What’s the expected battery of the Ronin-S?

The Ronin-S battery will provide power for 12 hours of continuous use if the camera is properly balanced.

How is the Ronin-S battery charged?

To charge the battery, connect the Ronin-S grip to the gimbal and charge using a USB-C cable. Charging will take around two hours. A battery adapter will also be available for battery charging/discarding without attaching to the gimbal.

What is the Ronin app used for?

The Ronin app will let you complete the Ronin-S setup and fine-tuning. Settings are available for features including SmoothTrack, intelligent features and the motor parameters.

Is GPS available on the module?

The Ronin-S doesn’t feature built-in GPS, however, will be available for car mounting scenarios to ensure gimbal accuracy.

 

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