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Brent Barbano

The DJI Ronin was the most rented item in 2016 for ShareGrid and I'm not surprised. This gimbal can be used with a Sony a7S to a RED, Alexa Mini or Canon C300. Though never as good as a true Steadicam, (sorry DJI), with proper training its pretty damn close. And boy is it affordable. Its a no-brainer investment and it ups your game for music videos, long takes walk-and-talk scenes. I'd highly recommend rigging it with an EZ-Rig in order to not kill your back or arms, but for short takes, a stripped down Ronin will do just fine.

DJI, just like with their drones, is changing the landscape for stabilized camera-work and I'm excited to see where they go from here.


The Ronin-MX from DJI is dual-use gimbal suitable both for mounting on the Matrice 600 aerial platform as well as deployment closer to the ground. Improving over the Ronin-M, it features magnesium construction to yield high rigidity while keeping the weight down. The gimbal is suitable for cinema cameras, mirrorless cameras, and DSLRs weighing up to 10 pounds. Out of the box it supports two-operator operation, and includes a radio controller (transmitter) for the camera operator. There is also an optional Thumb Controller (available separately) for solo operation. When installed on the Matrice 600 aircraft, the gimbal can be controlled via the DJI GO app. An included universal mounting adapter allows it to be adapted for use with jibs, car mounts, and various other types of camera support equipment. There is also a handlebar for handheld use.

A slip ring allows the Ronin-MX to rotate 360° continuously when mounted to aircraft or vehicles, opening up more creative options. This is further enhanced by an increase in tilt-axis range (compared to the Ronin-M) from 90° straight down and beyond to 135°. Popular features of the Ronin series, such as the three modes of operation and SmoothTrack, are also present, giving film makers a range of creative angles and movements

Designed to resist high G-forces using powerful motors and IMUs, the Ronin-MX is engineered to maintain stability and hold horizon when mounted to an aircraft or a vehicle. When mounted to the Matrice 600 aerial system, it communicates directly with DJI's flight controller. When attached to vehicles, it connects to an optional GPS module that allows it to stabilize actively for a smoother shot