Lunchtime Walk

We enjoyed a bracing walk along Frinton on Sea beach today and this gave me an opportunity to test out the DJI Osmo Pocket again.

Someone stopped me to ask about the camera whilst I was filming.

I used the tracking. Face recognition. Hyperlapse and POV modes and am impressed with how the camera operated.

I think I would connect it with my phone to better focus on targets as the target choice on the one inch screen is a bit tricky.

This film isn’t perfect but it’s a good illustration of what the camera is possible of. Also a good example of the DJI Mimo app as this was edited in the app on my phone.

I’m looking forward to learning more about film shooting the DJI.

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