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Just as with its drones, DJI is trying to make recording movie-quality photos and videos a possibility for the average Joe or Jane with this new all-in-one grip and mount, reports the Verge.
But the fact that the stationary Osmo is nearly as expensive as its ever-useful (and mobile) drone might be a turnoff. The $650 price tag gets you a 12 megapixel camera that shoots 4K video, which is attached to a 6.4-inch handle. Special features include an automatic panorama mode that you activate with a tap and tripod-free long exposures of up to two seconds, thanks to the camera’s proprietary stabilization technology. Accessories, including a bike mount, car mount, tripod, and extension stick—for those big group selfies—are sold separately and will set you back an extra $50 to $75 each.