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DJI Ronin-S Essentials Kit is now only $399 in incredible deal

DJI Ronin-S Essentials Kit is now only $399 in incredible deal
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If you're in the market for a new gimbal, then you might want to hold onto your hat – the DJI Ronin-S is now on sale for only $399, which is a $160 discount on its original $559 price! A good gimbal stabilizer can be worth its weight in gold to videographers, as it allows you to capture smooth footage without any risk of camera shake. 

The DJI Ronin-S is a miniaturized version of the larger Ronin gimbal stabilizers for cine cameras. It's perfect for use with DSLRs and mirrorless cameras, which means that you can capture professional-looking video footage with the camera you've got stowed away in your kit bag. 

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The DJI Ronin-S has a three-axis motorized gimbal stabilizer that's capable of an eight-pound payload capacity. The gimbal has a front trigger, a rear mode button and a joystick, which all work together to help you obtain the shots you need. 

The DJI Ronin-S allows you to use a suite of automated features within the DJI Ronin app for even more creativity. This includes a Panorama function, the ability to create a Motionlapse or Timelapse and a Track function that enables you to set a repeatable path for the gimbal to move while recording video, which lets you perform your scene exactly how you planned to.

DJI Ronin-S: $499 from $749
Pick up the DJI Ronin-S gimbal stabilizer for just $399, down from its original price of $559. This is an incredible saving of $160 – which is almost 30% off its original price.View Deal

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