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    • That's very good to know, thx for the pointer! Software from HW-centric companies is usually far from polished and/or user friendly. Alternatives are always welcome.

    • I'm posting here a comment to our overview of the Pocket on ADVRider.

      Sleepyca day ago

      worked in Drones since 2005. Starting with buying "home made" flight
      controls back in 2005. I have used every version of DJI's flight
      controls from the NAZA to the A3, every drone they have made, and almost
      all their camera stabilizers.I owned an Aerial Cinema company where we
      flew Red Epics and other very heavy expensive cameras... Here is what I
      can tell you about DJI. NEVER , NEVER buy the first version of a new
      DJi product. DJI makes great products, but they LOVE to test new
      products on their customers. VER 1.0 is never as good as it can be and
      usually has several bugs. This was especially true back in 2010 - 2012..
      They have got somewhat better, but still I'd let the product be out for
      a few months before snagging it. But when DJI get's it right they nail
      it. The new Mavic Pro 2 is amazing, the Inspire 2 is awesome. These are
      all several versions of the product down the line and these have been
      amazing. In regard to Android, I have used both Android and Apple
      products with DJI equipment. The biggest problem people will have with
      Android is that there are so many versions of Android out there it makes
      it almost impossible for DJi to make their software compatable with
      them all. If you really read the Android complaints it usually a guy who
      has a phone or tablet made by a weird company that is using a modded
      version of Android that was never stock to begin with, OR a phone that
      came out yesterday... If you have a decent known android product and
      it's running a stable known version of the android software, it will be
      fine with a DJI product. I hope this helps!

    • I had a play with an Osmo Pocket today.
      It's impressive for sure, but I'm pretty much convinced the Hero 7 Black is the better tool for my moto-vlogging jobs.
      Seems here in Aus the GoPro is around $80 cheaper too.

    • Yep - pretty harsh application environment - plus the previously mentioned frame rates. I have use for 120+ - and no real need for 4K.
      Also the built in mic's sound quality.
      And I use an external mic when recording voice over while riding. I haven't seen any mention of external mic capability on the Osmo?

      Edit: 9.Can I use an external microphone for Osmo Pocket?

      Yes, you can achieve this with the DJI Osmo Pocket 3.5mm Adapter.