|Number of Axes||3-Axis|
|Load Capacity||10 lb / 4.5 kg|
|Rotation Range||Yaw (Pan): 360° Pitch (Tilt): -150 to 270° Roll: -110 to 110°|
|Follow Speed||Pan: 200°/s Tilt: 100°/s Roll: 30°/s|
|Connectivity||Ports: 1 x D-Bus (Control) Input 1 x USB Micro-B Input 2 x D-Tap (Power) Output 1 x USB (Unspecified Type) (Power) Output 1 x DJI Lightbridge (Power) Output|
|Operating Temperature||5 to 120°F / -15 to 50°C|
|Battery Type||1 x Ronin-M|
|Battery Type/Life||3 hours|
|Battery Capacity||1580 mAh|
|Overall Dimensions||22 x 14.6 x 17.3" / 560 x 370 x 440 mm (with Handlebar)|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||18.583 x 17.244 x 11.575"|
Using a monitor with the Ronin MX is almost essential. It’s difficult to see your camera screen while it’s on a gimbal, whereas a monitor can sit more at eye level. A simple and easy way to mount your monitor to the gimbal is a DJI monitor mount. We recommend the SmallHD 502 as it’s bright and large, making it great for day and night use.
The DJI GO app allows you to capture and share your content even when you’re on the go.
Balance the camera as best you can before powering up the gimbal. The less work the motors have to do in balancing, the better the stabilisation will be.
It’s a great idea to keep spare batteries on hand for a long day of filming, as most batteries last only an hour or so. The DJI Ronin-M 4S battery (1580mAh) is a good option.