Osmo Pocket offers three gimbal modes: Follow, Tilt Locked and FPV. Many beginners only know how to power on and start shooting immediately; many have no idea how to set up the gimbal modes depending on the shooting scenario. This article will introduce the differences between the three gimbal modes.
It is the smallest 3-axis stabilized handheld camera DJI has ever designed. Let’s first talk about what a 3-axis stabilized handheld camera is.
A 3-axis stabilized handheld camera can effectively reduce shake by stabilizing the camera through the pitch, yaw, and roll.
Follow Mode is the most frequently used mode that supports stabilization in three directions. The gimbal moves consistently with the handle to ensure stable and smooth footage.
In Tilt Locked mode, only the pan axis moves, supporting the same stabilization effect as Follow Mode. The pitch will be locked. Even if you sway the gimbal from side to side or up and down, the gimbal camera will still face the front direction.
FPV mode offers you an immersive perspective. In FPV mode, the three axes are not locked and the gimbal provides more relaxed stabilization.
|Sensor:||1/2.3” CMOS/Effective pixels: 12M|
|Max Image Size:||4000×3000 pixels|
|Still Photography Modes:||Single Shot; Panorama; Timelapse; Motionlapse; Hyperlapse|
|Video Resolution:||4K Ultra HD: 3840×2160 24/25/30/48/50/60p FHD: 1920×1080 24/25/30/48/50/60/120p|
|Video Recording Modes:||Auto ; Slow Motion|