Osmo Pocket
The DJI Osmo Pocket can record 4K 60fps video with a bitrate of 100 Mbps. DJI

DJI has announced a new product that isn’t a drone, but a small camera with a three-axis stabilized gimbal. Called the DJI Osmo Pocket, the new action camera is now available to pre-order for $349.

The DJI Osmo Pocket is small enough to fit inside the pocket since it stands at just over 4 inches tall. The tiny camera that’s mounted on the three-axis gimbal comes with a 1/2.3-inch sensor and is able to capture 12-megapixel photos and record videos up to 4K resolution at 60 frames-per-second and a maximum bitrate of 100 Mbps. The Osmo Pocket also comes with a set of built-in dual microphones that feature noise-canceling algorithms to ensure clear audio.

The tiny Osmo Pocket is also packing an 875 mAh battery, which is able to provide users with up to two hours of battery life when recording 4K 30fps footage. DJI claims that the Osmo Pocket can be fully charged from empty to 100 percent in just 73 minutes through its USB Type-C port.

Operating the DJI Osmo Pocket is also very simple. The handle of the device comes with a record button and a controller wheel, which lets users precisely control the gimbal’s movement. There’s also a dedicated button to turn the camera to selfie mode.

Despite its small size, the Osmo Pocket still comes with a 1-inch touchscreen display that will help users frame their shots more accurately. The screen also lets users toggle through settings and select various shooting modes.

For users who want a bigger screen, they can attach their smartphones to the Osmo Pocket using the included USB-C and Apple Lighting adapters, according to The Verge. When attaching the Osmo Pocket to a phone, users will have to install DJI’s latest app.

Speaking of shooting modes, DJI’s ActiveTrack and FaceTrack are included in the Osmo Mobile. ActiveTrack lets the camera recognize subjects selected by the user and the camera will make sure the selected subject is always in frame. Meanwhile, FaceTrack automatically recognizes the user’s face in selfie mode and locks on to it to keep it in the frame. Other shooting modes include timelapse and motionlapse, FPV Mode and 180-degree panorama.

The Osmo Pocket allows users to attach various accessories through the magnetic strip located just below the 1-inch touchscreen. Some of the accessories that have already been announced include a wireless module, an extension rod, a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter for mics, a waterproof case and a charging case. DJI is also releasing a set of ND filters that can be easily attached to the camera, according to Engadget.

“Innovation is at the heart of every product we create and DJI Osmo Pocket is here to change the way photos and videos are captured, not just by professionals but by parents, couples, adventurers, travelers, and everyone in between,” DJI president Roger Luo said. “Osmo Pocket is a portable personal camera crew and we can’t wait to see how people use it to capture their stories and share them with the world.”

The DJI Osmo Pocket is now available to pre-order for $349 from DJI’s website, DJI’s flagship store and authorized retailers. It will start shipping to customers on Dec. 15.