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    DJI Ronin 2 Series Professional Gimbals

    The Ronin 2 is the latest in DJI's Ronin series of handheld and aerial gimbals.

    It improves on previous Ronin iterations with more powerful high-torque motors and a much wider array of camera support.

    Versatility is also a key factor, with the removable re-designed Ronin 2 Grip letting the Ronin 2 stand up on its own. There is also a wide range of compatibility with steadicams, cable cams, car mounts, jibs and the Ready Rig.

    A new, simpler setup, balancing and tuning process makes the Ronin 2 even easier to use than the already user-friendly Ronin MX.

    The addition of enhanced Intelligent Shooting Modes including Timelapse, Panorama and CamAnchor, makes capturing specialist scenes incredibly simple. It also reduces the need for extra third-party software, equipment or expertise - helping save you time and money.

    Integration of the power system into the Ronin 2 itself means that there are no unsightly cables to get tangled in and no necessity for external power sources. The dual-battery setup is fully hot swappable too.

    When merging all of the components, DJI also worked hard to make the Ronin 2 resilient in a massive range of scenarios. Cable management, redundant sensors and splash-proof motors make this an incredibly reliable gimbal.

    Which Cameras are Compatible with the DJI Ronin 2?

    All of the following camera / lens combinations are compatible with the Ronin 2 gimbal:

    Camera Lenses
    RED Dragon
    DJI Ronin 2 with Red Dragon Compatibility
    Angenieux Optimo Anamorphic 56-152 A-2S
    Arri Master Prime Lenses up to 150mm
    Arri Master Anamorphic Lense
    Canon CN7x17 KAS S 17-120mm T2.95
    ARRI Alexa Mini
    DJI Ronin 2 with Alexa Mini Compatibility
    Angenieux Optimo Anamorphic 56-152 A-2S
    Arri Master Prime Lenses up to 150mm
    Arri Master Anamorphic Lense
    Canon CN7x17 KAS S 17-120mm T2.95
    Black Magic Ursa Mini
    DJI Ronin 2 with Black Magic Ursa Mini Compatibility
    Angenieux Optimo Anamorphic 56-152 A-25
    Arri Master Prime Lenses up to 150mm
    Fujinon ZK 19-90mm T2.9
    Canon CN7x17KAS S 17-120mm T2.95
    Canon C300
    DJI Ronin 2 with Canon C300 Compatibility
    Canon CN7x17 KAS S 17-120mm T2.95
    Canon CN-E Prime Lenses
    Canon EF Lenses up to 400mm
    Zeiss Compact Zoom Lenses
    Sony FS7
    DJI Ronin 2 with Sony FS7 Compatibility
    Sony CineAlta 4K Lens Series
    E-mount Lenses
    Arri Ultra Prime Lenses
    A-mount Lenses up to 300mm F2.8G II

    Why choose the DJI Ronin 2?

    High Torque Motors for Stability

    DJI Ronin 2 Motors

    With motors up to 8x as powerful - the Ronin 2 will stabalise heavy cameras with ease.

    Huge Support for Accessories

    DJI Ronin 2 Accessories

    The Ronin 2 will adapt to your requirements thanks to a huge ecosystem of accessories.

    Built-in Screen for Gimbal Control

    DJI Ronin 2 Built-in Screen

    An integrated screen gives you complete control right on the gimbal itself - stop reaching for external devices!

    Carbon Fiber Construction

    DJI Ronin 2 Carbon Fiber

    The carbon fibre body of the Ronin 2 makes it tough, light and durable in all conditions.

    Ronin 2 FAQs

    How much does the DJI Ronin 2 weigh?

    The Ronin 2 weighs approximately 9 lbs (4.08kg) without the handle and 12.1 lbs (5.48kg) with the handle.

    What is the maximum payload weight the Ronin 2 supports?

    A rated payload weighing up to 30 lbs (13.6kgs) is supported.

    What are the working currents available on the Ronin 2?

    Quiescent current of 300 mA (@ 22.8 V), a dynamic current of 500mA (@ 22.8 V) and a maximum stall current of 15 mA (@ 22.8 V).

    How do you calibrate the Ronin 2?

    Go to the ‘Settings Menu’ on the Ronin’s built-in screen. Then, select the ‘General Menu’ and enter the ‘Calibrate System’ section. You’re then able to select ‘Calibrate’ to begin the calibration.

    What is the maximum battery life of the Ronin 2?

    The maximum battery life is up to eight hours; however, this depends on the camera and accessories you’re using.

    How long does it take to charge two batteries?

    If using the Charging Hub, it will take approximately 90 minutes.

    Can the Ronin 2 batteries be used to charge third-party accessories?

    Yes, the batteries feature a P-TAP port for third-party compatibility.

    What power interfaces does the Ronin 2 support?
    • Accessory power interface - 14.4 V x 4 Camera Cage (Combined 8 A), 14.4 V x 2 Pan Motor (Combined 4 A)
    • and 14 V x2 P-Tap (8 A).
    • Supported interface type - 2.4 GHz / 5.8 GHz remote control, Bluetooth 4.0 and USB Type-C.
    • Cameras - Multiple power supply interfaces.
    • Gimbal - HD-SDI output.
    Does the Ronin 2 come with a remote controller?

    Yes, a Ronin 2 remote controller with dual-band frequencies of 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz is available.

    Can I use third-party controllers with the Ronin 2?

    Yes, third-party controllers are compatible.

    How do I connect a remote controller to the Ronin 2?

    First, on the built-in screen on the Ronin 2, go to ‘Settings Menu’ then to ‘General Menu’. Next, select ‘Bind Device’ and hit ‘Start’.

    Then, power-on the remote controller – the indicator should glow red. Press and hold the C1 and C2 buttons and hit the record button. You will hear a ticking noise followed by a beep and the indicator will turn green.

    How else can the Ronin 2 be controlled?

    You can download the DJI Ronin app from the Google Play and the App Store. The app will allow you to access a variety of settings, balancing and tuning options and Intelligent Modes.