Today, DJI announced their latest gimbal to stabilize your video: the RS 3 Mini. It joins the RS 3 and RS 3 Pro, but enters as a lower-cost and lighter-weight alternative made for use with mirrorless cameras like the Canon R5. I’ve had the RS 3 for a few days now, and I already have a few things that I like and a few that I don’t about DJI’s latest product.

Video: Hands-on with DJI’s RS 3 Mini

DJI RS 3 Mini specs

  • Weight: 1.7 lb.
  • Maximum load: 4.4 lb.
  • Charging: USB-C, full charge ~2.5 hours
  • Battery: Up to 10 hours
  • Native vertical and horizontal shooting

DJI RS 3 Mini camera compatibility

With a focus on remaining lightweight for mobile creators, the camera compatibility list focuses on mirrorless cameras. It supports top models from several manufacturers, such as Canon’s R5, which is capable of 8k raw video, Sony’s A7S III, and Fuji’s X-H2S. These can be accompanied by a range of fast glass,…