More people have gotten the DJI Osmo Pocket into their hands to review. Not all the features that DJI initially showed with the Pocket are available upon release. They have promised they will come later in a firmware update but this not really a great way of doing things.
Nonetheless, here are the reviews:
The G85 was (and still may be) the king of affordable 8-bit 4K hybrid cameras. However, any camera with IBIS can be vulnerable to vibrations causing jitter in the image. This is part of why pros sometimes shy away from IBIS and go with good old fashioned fixed sensor cameras.
This video has a click bait title and it’s done in a style that won’t appeal to everyone. But it’s relevant to this blog so we’re posting it for your benefit:
Philip Bloom was reviewed the DJI Mavic 2 Pro. Despite some of its shortcomings it’s still probably the best option for someone looking for a 10-bit image to mix with their GH5, Sony A7S II, or Blackmagic Pocket 4K.
But let’s not forget about the issues with the Mavic 2 Pro:
Along with DJI’s official statement on the issue.
The Cam Link has USB on one end and HDMI on the other. It lets you stream and capture from your DSLR, mirrorless camera, camcorder, GoPro, or other devices with HDMI out. However, do check the list of supported cameras.
This appears to be the cheapest 4K input solution available and it appears tolerable so we’ll take it.