the Ronin-S is built with a front trigger to allow users to lock, re-center and turn a camera 180°. Camera settings and even the focus can be adjusted, all while a DSLR or mirrorless setup is mounted on the Ronin-S. The 4.1-pound gimbal can be used to shoot both horizontal and vertical scenes. The gimbal has a flexible rotation range; it is built to roll and pan up to 360° degrees, and it can tilt -95° to 185°. A tripod grip is also included for leveled shots, but a monopod can be attached on the bottom to allow filmmakers to shoot unique scenes without a jib arm or camera dolly. the Ronin-S is designed with Sports Mode, it is used for tracking fast-moving objects.
DJI’s newest gimbal is also designed to give filmmakers access to the back of a camera, which also means external monitors aren’t required to see what the camera is filming.