DJI Osmo Action Camera Philippine Price Revealed

As you may have already heard, the popular drone-maker DJI has just unveiled its latest product which is an action camera simply called Osmo Action following the success of the DJI Osmo Pocket that was released a few months back. Now this new Osmo Action cam is aimed directly at the GoPro's dominance in the market, the Hero 7 Black specifically. Today, the Philippine price for this device has just been made official as well.

The DJI Osmo Action is priced at only Php22,800. And yes it is cheaper than the current GoPro Hero 7 Black which bears Php24,690 price sticker.

The most notable feature of the DJI Osmo Action, though sporting only 65x42x35 mm dimensions and 124 grams of weight, is its dual-screen display, one on the back and another on the rear. On the front is a 1.4-inch display while on the back is a 2.25" one with 640x360 display resolution. The front-facing screen is ideal, as you can imagine, for recording or taking photos of yourself. Vloggers and content creators are definitely the first ones to get excited about this unique feature on an action camera.

Its camera sports 12MP lens with 1/2.3 CMOS, f2.8 aperture, and a field of view (FOV) of 145 degrees. With this devices, users can record up to 4K at 60 frames-per-second and slo-mo videos up to 8x slower at 1080p and 240fps. Of course there is stabilization mechanism on this one and DJI calls it RockSteady.

DJI Osmo Action specs:
  • 1.4-inch front screen
  • 2.25-inch rear screen
  • 640 x 360 screen resolution
  • 12MP Sony IMX377 camera with 1/2.3" CMOS and f/2.8 aperture and 145-degree Field of View (FOV)
  • 4K up to 60fps
  • 10-3200 ISO Range for photo and video
  • 4000 x 3000 pixels
  • Up to 11 meters waterproof
  • Supports microSD card up to 256GB
  • WiFi, Bluetooth 4.2,
  • 100mbps max video bitrate
  • 1300mAh LiPo battery
  • Php22,800
For its battery, it packs a 1300mAh LiPo battery that can last up to 135 minutes according to DJI when recording in 1080p at 30fps. If in 4K at 60fps with the EIS or ROckSteady turned on, that's up to 63 minutes. Charging the Osmo Action from zero to 100% only takes up to 90 minutes.

Source: DJI

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