YouTuber accidentally reveals DJI Action 2 camera on video

YouTube influencer Peter McKinnon, famous for his photography and cinematography video tutorials, inadvertently revealed the DJI Action 2 camera in his latest video. The accidental reveal confirms the cool new modular design of the camera and indicates that the device may be hitting shelves soon.

We already know a lot about the DJI Action 2 camera, thanks to a leaked user manual. Weighing in at 56g, the camera with a cubic form factor should come with a 1 / 1.7-inch CMOS sensor and a decent f / 2.8 aperture. A wide 155-degree field of view is also to be expected, which would be a welcome improvement over the 145-degree FOV of the original model. The camera would be capable of capturing 4K video at 60 frames per second.

In the meantime, the Action 2 box that was spotted in the wild in McKinnon’s YouTube video comes with external display accessories, a charging cable, a tripod, and a power rod. extension.

DJI Action 2 camera spotted in the wild

It should be noted, however, that McKinnon has since edited the video for blur the area where the device and accessories could be seen. It doesn’t matter since an eagle-eyed Twitter user, Moe K, had already taken a screenshot before the damage check was done.

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With a launch date slated for later this month, Action 2 will ship with DJI’s exclusive RockSteady technology that combines EIS with complex algorithms to deliver stable, jerk-free footage. And this time, the video stabilization technology will also incorporate a horizon upgrade feature, like the GoPro does.

Some important accessories that would help make the Action 2 camera more fun include a magnetic strap through which users can attach the camera to their clothes, and a magnetic adapter holder that would also support ball joint mounting.

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