The actual camera (separated from the gimbal) is the ‘Zenmuse X9,’ offered in two versions: a 6K and an 8K model, offering users extremely crisp, high-quality footage. As with most of DJI’s cameras, versatility was an important principle informing the design of the ‘DJ Ronin 4D.’ The camera comes equipped with a full-frame sensor and swappable mounting system, allowing users to try out a variety of lenses.
Other features of the ‘DJI Ronin 4D’ include nine internal ND filters, three different focusing modes, a LiDAR focusing system, and a — generally speaking — lightweight build. The entire unit weighs ten pounds, which is quite light for such a robust cinematography camera.
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