The DJI Ronin-MX is a compact, handheld 3-axis gimbal stabilization system that supports up to ten pounds of equipment. Key features include:
Supports up to 10 lbs. of equipment
Underslung, Upright, and Briefcase shooting modes
Remote second-operator control
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The Ronin MX is an odd bird. It has a 10-lb. limit, which puts its sweet spot in the 5- to 9-lb. range. The full camera cage styles it for DSLRs, but they’re really too light for it. This gimbal wa...
It can be tough to get connected to the mobile app via Wi-Fi. The easiest way to get a stable connection is to connect it to a computer via Micro USB.
Although the MX features p-tap outputs, the gimbal battery only provides enough output to power accessories, not whole cameras. If you want to run your camera from an on-gimbal battery, you’ll need to rent the DJI Power Distributor Kit for Ronin-MX
Breathe! While the warning sounds scary, it does not affect the performance of the gimbal stabilizer in any way. If time allows, we’re happy to send you a replacement battery so you don’t have to clear the warning every time. Please contact us. email@example.com | 901-754-9100
“Intelligent” batteries are great and all, but they don’t provide much of a heads up. While we test every battery upon return, this warning generally pops up out of the blue as the battery ages. We see it fairly regularly and are constantly rotating our stock to minimize occurrence. If you do get the warning during your shoot, please let us know so we can be on the lookout upon its return.
Despite its increased weight capacity, Ronin-MX users have reported issues using larger cameras like those from RED. At this time we can’t guarantee their compatibility with the Ronin-MX, so we recommend using the original DJI Ronin 3-Axis Brushless Gimbal Stabilizer instead.
Users have reported issues with the new top-mounted battery popping into frame with wide lenses. If you’re using a full-frame DSLR with an extremely wide lens, you may be better off with the DJI Ronin-M 3-Axis Brushless Gimbal Stabilizer.
The DJI Ronin isn’t what you’d call a “turn-key” solution to camera stabilization. It requires a significant amount of training and practice to get good results, so you’ll want at least one full day of learning before using it on a shoot. Check the “Resources” section of this page for manuals and software. Here’s DJI’s setup video.
Try 123456. If that doesn’t work, you’ll need to connect the Ronin to a computer using the supplied USB cable and reset the password. You can download the DJI app for Windows/OSX here. In the app, click the large “Reset Password” button and then click “OK.”
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