DJI Ronin-S Essentials Stabilizer Kit - Black

Model Number: CP.RN.00000033.01
Web Code: 13473309


The Essentials Stabilizer kit from DJI Ronin-S empowers you to achieve better stability while shooting videos on the move. Its three-axis handheld gimbal lets you take a variety of shots with amazing clarity and detail, without the help of any extra equipment. High-capacity battery lets you use the device for up to 12 hours.
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  • Compatible with almost any DSLR or mirrorless camera
  • Maximum payload capacity: 3.6kg
  • High-capacity battery offers maximum life up to 12 hours
  • 75km/h maximum operating speed widens your options for vehicle-based shooting
  • Motionlapse, Timelapse, Panorama, and Track automated creative feautures let you capture different scenes with ease
Tripod Type
Maximum Supported Weight
3.6 kg


Quick Release Plate

Additional Information

2.95 g
  • 1 x Gimbal
  • 1 x BG37 Grip (Built-in Battery)
  • 1 x Camera Mounting Plate
  • 3 x Camera Screw 1/4"-20
  • 1 x Lens Support
  • 1 x Camera Riser
  • 1 x USB-C Cable
  • 1 x Hook-and-Loop Strap for Gimbal
  • 1 x Storage Case
  • 1 x Extended Grip/Tripod (Plastic)

  • Love it. Better than the Crane 2
    by Brandon

    on January 6, 2020

    Better build quality. Can handle more weight. I shoot this with my 5D iv and 24-70 L 2.8 lens with no problem.

    Review originally posted on

  • A serious tool and its built like one
    by Producer

    on December 30, 2019

    First things first, if your a YouTuber and your just looking for the fasted possible way to Vlog, stop here. Get a Canon M-50 or a GoPro and put it on a table top gimbal and call it good. If, however, your looking for a professional tool that is made to last past the first gear cycle, your in the right place. The design and build quality are outstanding and the battery life is made to last through a complete day of production or wedding and it easily does. Most times I never actually turn it off. The Essentials kit is really the best deal going and the difference between the outfits is basically a plastic tripod stand verses a metal one and a few of the connection cables. The connection cables make more sense just to buy the 'one' you need for your camera from DJI direct, as they are only 20 bucks. The tripod is built like a tank, even the plastic one and you'll probably want the plastic one to reduce the overall weight anyway. This is built to carry more weight and larger setups than most other gimbals and that's a big deal if you have your camera inside a camera cage and don't want to take it out to use the gimbal. This can handle it with ease. Its surprisingly easy to balance after reading all the comments about it. I think its just using common sense and holding the other arms while balancing each one separately. I had no trouble at all with a Nikon Z6 inside a gage. Just be sure to balance with the lenz at the focal length your gonna use FIRST. Its SO much easier to just find and use a good quality quick release on top of the included area Swiss plate. That way, you can just pop it on and off after you balance it. The 3 programmable buttons are a life saver in real world use scenarios. At first I thought that having all the options on a little screen ( like the Moza Air 2 or Aircross ) made more sense....until I used them. In practice, its nearly impossible to actually make all those changes in real time on a busy shoot or wedding. Having the 3 programable buttons ( actually 4 with the mode controlling sports mode on the fly ) is way more than enough. and way easier to remember when you run and gun. There are a ton of aftermarket handles and accessories if you want to use it like a Crane 2 and much cheaper. The new firmware update Brough a TON of new features like gimbal control with your Xbox or Playstation controller, real subject tracking, and a host more stuff. DJI has real support too and a working online community that's a great resource. The others I tried were actually a nightmare to deal with after the sale.

    Review originally posted on

  • To basic of a kit
    by SummitRover

    on December 30, 2019

    To basic of a kit. There were not even enough components included to charge and use the gimbal. I had to return it and purchase the standard kit.

    Review originally posted on

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