The DJI Osmo is potentially a great piece of kit but until DJI get their act together the Osmo is a bit hit or miss.
DJI “The Osmo firmware v220.127.116.11 released on the 6th November occasionally caused problems of system instability and abnormal filming behavior, and our team is working around the clock to resolve these issues.
Meanwhile, we are releasing firmware v18.104.22.168 for users to restore the Osmo to the factory default firmware. The firmware version ‘v22.214.171.124+’ should be displayed in the DJI GO app after the restoration is complete.”
Personally I would refrain from doing this as I found the v126.96.36.199 to be even worse than v188.8.131.52
Unfortunately the original software causes blank screens and communication problems between the Osmo and the tablet.
DJI need to resolve the slanty horizon problem ASAP and can I just add you need more than one battery when purchasing an Osmo as you are lucky to get 50 mins per charge. The screen would also benefit from audio metering as you have no indication that your sound is going into the Osmo !
Note. If you are using a radio mic you must test it first to check the output of the receiver is loud enough for the input of the Osmo.
On the whole the Osmo is a great tool when used in full HD 50p, hopefully DJI will have a new firmware up before the end of November.
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