DJI: Moving with Cameras 2016 in Hanoi

By Doan Thanh Tung (Photographer/Vietnam)

Recently in Hanoi, YCN Filming, a media organization supporting DJI, a maker of drones, in Vietnam, has organized “Moving with Cameras 2016”, a workshop on DJI’s products with the particular focus on Ronin MX. Our local reporter visited there to photograph it.

Features of Ronin-MX


Cinematic film making demands rapid setup and a host of camera configurations. The Ronin-MX has been designed to carry many of the cameras used every day on sets worldwide, and SmoothTrack™ Algorithms ensure smooth movements in every configuration. A repositioned battery improves balance while stability is enhanced by a camera cage that locks mounted cameras in place at the top and at the bottom. Silent motors prevent micro picking up motor noise.


A slip ring allows Ronin-MX to rotate 360° continuously when mounted to aircraft or vehicles, opening up more creative options. This is further enhanced by an increase in tilt axis range from 90° straight down and beyond to 135°. Popular features of the Ronin series such as the three modes of operation and SmoothTrack™ are also present, giving film makers a range of creative angles and movements.


Using DJI Assistant and the dedicated Assistant app for iOS and Android allows completing customization of the Ronin-MX and its behavior. If connected to Lightbridge 2, the DJI GO app can be used to control how the M600 flies including Intelligent Flight Modes, remote control modes, gimbal movement and HD live view from the camera.

DJI also presents Ronin M and DJI Osmo (x3, x5, Zen muse X5), too. These products support a lot for photography and filming activities. With appropriate prices and helpful functions, DJI products are worth of money and deserve to be kept in consideration


Doan Thanh Tung

Mr Tùng is a freelance photographer based in Vietnam. His objective is to find beauty through the lens. He is a contributor to, a local newspaper, and an administrator of some groups on Facebook.

His biography and work are available to view HERE.

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