Yes, you too may have heard the popular adage stating that the best camera you have is the one you have on you. Well, let me tell you, you might as well make that a DJI Pocket 2, at least to the behest of your main DSLR quality or other professional standard camera.
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The DJI Mimo app and the DJI Fly app are the official apps for the DJI Pocket 2 camera. Both provide a user-friendly interface for capturing and editing footage.
The DJI Mimo app offers advanced editing features such as filters, music, and sound effects, while the DJI Fly app is designed for simpler editing and quick sharing.
Additionally, there are also third-party apps such as LumaFusion and Kinemaster which you can use to edit footage from the DJI Pocket 2.
Ideally, and although smartphone cameras are pretty good these days. The DJI Pocket 2 offers several benefits, besides its pocket-sized nature. Following is a list of just some of the benefits.
For transferring your photos and videos from the Pocket 2 to a Mac, you can use the DJI Mimo App, or use an SD card.
With the DJI Pocket 2 adaptor, or in wireless mode, connect your phone and turn on the DJI Pocket 2, this will automatically prompt the DJI Mimo app to launch.
Whilst the DJI Pocket 2 is a solution that is both portable and of high quality, there are other action cameras you may find worth knowing about. Personally, I was especially impressed with the tiny DJI Action 2 camera featured in our aerial photography study with action photographer and drone flying maestro Alen St.Hilaire (you can read the post here).
Now, what is striking about this tiny beauty, that is the DJI Action 2 camera, is its pure simplicity in design. This modular action camera, attaches to other accessories magnetically, Is waterproof, shock proof and supports 4K/120fps video, plus it has a super-wide 155° Field of View (FOV).
Now if there are any negatives concerning the Pocket 2, it would be that the battery life could be better, so having some form of backup plan might be necessary. Also, whilst the gimbal stabilization is mostly helpful, in some situations you may need to take extra care, compared to larger more sophisticated gimbal aided devices.
The first App anyone will point you to is the DJI Mimo, as mentioned earlier. However, there are also a number of third-party apps that are compatible with the DJI Pocket 2, some of the most popular ones are included below:
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