How is DJI RS 3 updated compared with DJI RSC 2?
Compared with DJI RSC 2, RS 3 comes with every detail optimized for a seamless, reliable, and efficient shooting experience for solo creators. DJI RS 3 features new design aspects like automated axis locks, Bluetooth shutter, and a gimbal mode switch for more flexible and efficient shooting. It is also equipped with the 3rd-Gen RS Stabilization Algorithm to manage different scenarios with ease. The quick-release design of the battery grip makes it easier to swap batteries and keeps the size compact for easier storage. The new Briefcase Handle and Focus Motor (2022) make focusing and handheld shooting more professional and efficient.
What are the differences between DJI RS 3 and DJI RS 3 Pro? Which one should I choose?
DJI RS 3 is designed for small crews and solo creators. It can carry mirrorless cameras and DSLRs, and features efficient control, flexible parameter adjustments, and a lightweight body with significantly enhanced stabilization capability. It is especially useful for shooting weddings, events, real estate, and corporate promotional videos. DJI RS 3 Pro is designed for medium-to-large crews. It is compatible with mainstream DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. It has better load capacity, focusing, coordinated shooting, and expansion capabilities than RS 3, with the same efficient designs and stabilization performance. It offers a wealth of possibilities for shooting TVCs, MVs, documentaries, reality shows, and more.
What are the differences between SuperSmooth and the normal stabilization of DJI RS 3?
SuperSmooth mode was developed for fast-moving scenarios. It increases the torque of DJI RS 3 to further enhance stabilization, delivering stable footage in fast-moving scenarios.
How long is the runtime of the DJI RS 3 battery grip? How long does it take to fully charge the battery grip? Can it be charged while using?
The battery grip has a maximum runtime of 12 hours* and a charge time of just 2.5 hours.** It can be used while charging.
* Measured with the equipment in a level and stationary state, the gimbal balanced, three axes in an active state, and the battery only powering the gimbal.
The DJI RS 3 Pro is available to rent from Lapham’s in Vancouver.