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Sphere Welcomes the New DJI Osmo

09 October, 2015 | The Sphere Drones Blog

SYDNEY, NSW: 09 October 2015 - Capture your special holiday moments with the all new DJI Osmo this festive season. This handheld gimbal and 360 degree panorama mode will effectively capture perfectly smooth ground footage, all tripod-free. With this freedom you can snap long exposure shots that capture landscapes with total crispness. The DJI Osmo is also compatible with DJI's native camera, the X3 which allows you to shoot up to 120 fps video for really smooth slow motion footage. DJI have also released a myriad of accessories so that you can mount your Osmo to bikes, cars or a tripod.

For more information on drones visit our website Sphere Communications to see our collections, and send us a message direct to our live chat with any questions!

Alternatively, call us direct on 02 9318 0566 at any time during business hours. Our staff will be happy to assist you with your questions and enquiries. 

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