This 800Wh electric bike is made by the same brand that makes the best drones
Stuff » DJI
by Connor Jewiss
2w ago
Now I’m not exactly a cyclist, and I don’t particularly love the idea. But if I ever were to hop on a bike, I’d want it to be an electric bike. And a lot of other people are the same. E-bikes are more popular than ever, offering electric assistance to your pedalling to help you sweat less. And DJI, the company behind some of the best drones, is now making its e-bike debut. Read more: Best electric bikes 2024: e-bikes reviewed and rated DJI reckons that hopping onto the e-bike bandwagon is a “natural move.” Why? Because the battery and motor tech the brand has been perfecting for drones and g ..read more
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The DJI Avata 2 fixes one of its predecessor’s biggest flaws
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by Sam Kieldsen
3M ago
DJI might be an old hand when it comes to camera drones, but it’s still a relative newcomer in the FPV drone space. The DJI Avata 2, announced today, is only the company’s third FPV (First-person view) model following 2020’s FPV and 2022’s Avata. But from what I’ve seen so far, it’s the most appealing and consumer-friendly model by some distance – and an indicator that DJI has already made itself comfortable in an FPV market once reserved for DIY hobbyists and racers. The Avata 2 drone itself has a sleeker profile than its predecessor. Its camera is mounted up front rather than on top and its ..read more
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Vlogger-friendly DJI Mic 2 kills the noise and adds Bluetooth
Stuff » DJI
by Sam Kieldsen
6M ago
DJI is known mainly for its camera gear like drones, gimbals and action cams, but the Chinese company has another product that’s proved a hit with content creators, vloggers and journalists: the DJI Mic, a tiny clip-on wireless microphone that gives video audio quality an instant lift. And it’s just been given a second coming in the form of the DJI Mic 2, looking outwardly very similar but adding a smattering of features and improvements to the original. Top of the list when it comes to the DJI Mic 2’s new additions is a noise-cancelling mode. This cuts down on background chatter and babble wh ..read more
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Here’s what the Stuff team loved most in 2023
Stuff » DJI
by Jack Needham
7M ago
Testing out a lot of gadgets and gear is part of the job at Stuff. It could be argued that it is the job, given what this magazine is all about. Either way, 2023 has brought us some great, and not so great, gadgets. We’re not haters, though. So instead of picking the gear misses of the year, the Stuff team has picked our favourite items, gadgets and gizmos that got us through the year. Dan Grabham, Editor-in-Chief: Sonos Era 300 I guess in terms of time spent using 2023 gadgets, I’d have to choose either the USB-C AirPods Pro (which is really the 2022 ones with a new port, but they’re still b ..read more
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DJI Osmo Pocket 3 review: vlog on
Stuff » DJI
by Basil Kronfli
7M ago
Stuff Verdict With swivelling screen versatility for tall-video TikTokkers and wide-video YouTubers alike, and smartphone-besting footage, the DJI Osmo Pocket 3 is probably the most compact, complete vlogging camer Pros Tripod-steady hand-held footage Impressive noise-handling Reliable subject-tracking Cons Pricey, especially in its Creator Combo Forces you to register with DJI Autofocus isn’t always spot-on Introduction Why does the Osmo Pocket 3 exist? Put simply, because smartphones are awkward to vlog on. The first two Osmo stick gimbal systems were a lot comfier to document ..read more
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Stuff Meets…Ferdinand Wolf from DJI
Stuff » DJI
by Rachael Sharpe
7M ago
Ferdinand Wolf has a dream job. Travelling the world, flying drones for major TV series, Hollywood films and clients like Tesla. He’s also a jolly nice chap as we found out when we spent some time talking to him about his career. From taking his first dronie aged 10, to becoming an early drone influencer. And then graduating to being a professional pilot and DJI Europe’s Creative Director… I started building and piloting RC helicopters at the age of 10 I started very early with RC and I even still have some of my first aerial photography. Guess I must have been one of the first people to ..read more
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Best action camera 2023: ultimate action cams from GoPro, DJI and more
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by Chris Rowlands
9M ago
Stunts are the easy bit: fall out of the plane, free fall for a bit, then pull your parachute cord. The hard part is capturing cinematic footage of your daredevil antics. Want video to impress your mates and win you legions of internet fans? That’s where the best action camera models come in. Want the top action camera for recording your adventurous exploits? Whether you’re a skydiver, a freediver or likely to dive over the handlebars if you try mountain biking, the best action cams can shoot sharp, stable video in the trickiest conditions. From the latest GoPro flagship to 360 cameras that ca ..read more
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DJI Mini 4 Pro review: Ultralight fantastic
Stuff » DJI
by Sam Kieldsen
10M ago
Stuff Verdict The most powerful sub-250g drone around, and the most practical drone for UK-based users Pros Restriction-dodging low weight Strong camera performance Easy flight controls and long battery life Cons Small doesn’t mean cheap Introduction We know what you’re thinking: here’s yet another DJI drone, arriving only 18 months after the Mini 3 Pro and about six after the vanilla Mini 3. Given that we awarded both a full five stars, and both are still currently on sale, can this new arrival really be any better? Cool your jets, flyboys and flygirls. Because, while the DJI Mi ..read more
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DJI Osmo Action 4 review: GoPro getter
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by Sam Kieldsen
11M ago
This action cam excels in low light conditions ..read more
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Large-sensor DJI Osmo Action 4 covets GoPro’s crown
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by Sam Kieldsen
1y ago
A Hero killer at last ..read more
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