DJI's Pocket 2 Review
  • Price
  • Specs
  • Ease of Use

Super Portable Action Camera with 3-axis-stabilization

This is the smallest 3-axis stabilized handheld camera DJI has ever designed. A compact and intelligent traveler’s friendly design.

The device can start within a second and you can point and shoot the world in 4K. Great for people who love to travel light and Vlog everywhere they go. The preset options that come with almost every DJI camera will help you shoot images and videos like you are capturing a cinema video.

The camera holds for 140 minutes while you are shooting. If you are a regular gimble and phone user, then try this. You are going to love the portability and ease of use.



  • Compact and super portable and 3-axis-stabilization
  • Wider lens than the predecessors
  • 4k video shooting with surround-sound audio
  • Smooth recording while object is on the move
  • Automatically combine clips with AI editor
  • Active 3.0 tracking system of the focus object


  • DJI’s products don’t work unless you use their app and create an account.
  • App doesn’t support older version of Android or iOS. DJI Mimo App Requires iOS 10.0 and Android 7.0 or above.
  • Software bugs present

DJI is now on top of the market for sporting video cameras. After the success of DJI Osmo Pocket, DJI Pocket 2 is here. 

These days we look for portability in everything and those days of big cameras with large lenses are gone. Sports like biking, kayaking, skiing now need a faster video making with a lot of details of moving people and objects.

Brand: DJI
Weight: 117 gram
Stabilization: 3-Axis Gimbal
Camera: 1/1.7” CMOS
Photo: 64 MP
Video: 4K/60fps
Zoom: 8X
Audio: DJI Matrix Studio
App: DJI’s Mimo app. Requires iOS 10.0 and Android 7.0 or above.

Video Quality and Specs

DJI is winning the war in here. A pocket-size camera with a battery life of 140 minutes that can shot 64MP photos and 4K video, think about it!

It has also a 3-axis gimble stabilization for photos and videos. Works stunningly great in low light condition and in a long-range shot. The gimble keeps the camera steady when you or the object you are shooting is moving fast.

Active Track 3.0 lets the user focus on a moving object or person. No matter where they will move the track will follow, keeping the focused object in the middle. Just tap on the screen and select the subject DJI Pocket 2 will do the rest.

There are 4 built-in microphones. The DJI Matrix Stereo can enhance the sound in different directions. Wherever you focus or face the camera in a direction, the sound will be enhanced in that direction, it’s a cool feature.

Editing and Sharing Videos like a pro

Most people can shoot video with this easy to follow DJI Pocket 2, but what about editing? It’s a big thing before you share the video with social media and YouTube.

You can connect the DJI Pocket 2 with the DJI Mimo app on your phone. The DJI Mimo App Requires iOS 10.0 and Android 7.0 or above. After that, all the videos can be edited or clipped, cropped, and enhanced by the built-in AI editor.

You do not need to be a moviemaker to create pro videos with this DJI Pocket 2. The super story mode is ready to do all the tasks. Even for time-lapse videos the super slim DJI Pocket 2 is a great choice.

Travelers Choice:

Most travelers or Vloggers who love to share their journey with the world need a compact light camera device that can shoot video and still picture in high quality. DJI Pocket 2 is just perfect for them.

I love the idea that you can keep it in your pocket and turn on within a second to capture the world in 4K. DJI Pocket 2 has improved the image sensor and with a larger sensor and wider lens from its OSMO predecessors. 

No matter where you go, you do not need to worry about the battery charge or complicated instrumental setup for photography or video shoot. Keep one DJI Pocket 2 in your pocket and you are ready to roll.

Shooting Moods

All the DJI’s product comes with a good number of pf preset options to help you keep shooting.

Pro Mode: You control everything including ISO, shutter speed, EV, Focus, etc.

Active Track 3.0:  DJI has improved its focus and phase-detection than DJI Mobile. So you can select a subject and the DJI Pocket 2 will keep it in the frame.

Slow Motion: Capture the world in slow motion with a max resolution of 1080P and max zoom 8X.

Timelapse, Hyperlapse, Motionlapse: Not only slow-motion video but you can also increase the speed of the video in timelapse and hyper-lapse mode. You have the option to save individual images and shoot in RAW format. The electronic image stabilization (EIS) is added automatically for smoothness when you are shooting and tracking in Motionlapse.

Panoramas: 180° panoramas captures and merges 4 images together, great for landscape photography. 3X3 Panoramas uses 9 images for a wide and more detailed view.

Story Mode: There are some preset options to add music, color schema, music to make your videos more fun and professional.

Livestreaming: With the help of DJI Pocket 2 and the Mimo app you can stream directly to Facebook, YouTube, or RTMP.

The package comes with two setup versions. You can buy directly from the DJI’s store or from Amazon. The first one comes with the Mini Control Stick and Tripod mount. The second one is the creator combo with Mini Control Stick, tripod mount, wide-angle lens attachment, wireless microphone with windscreen, and the micro tripod.

DJI’s Pocket 2 Vs Osmo Pocket

ImageProductDetails  Price
DJI Pocket 2Weight: 117 g
Stabilization: 3-Axis Gimbal
Camera: 1/1.7” CMOS
Photo: 64 MP
Video: 4K/60fps
Zoom: 8X
Audio: DJI Matrix Studio
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DJI Osmo PocketWeight: 116 g
Stabilization: 3-Axis Gimbal
Camera: 1/2.3” CMOS
Photo: 12MP
Video: 4K/60fps
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The overall enhancement is in audio grabbing and the lens size. DJI Pocket 2 can grab a wider angle photo with crisp color and sense. The device powers up faster than the Osmo Pocket, can shoot HDR video, and a great 8X zoom.

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