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DJI RS 4 Pro price, specs, availability confirmed

The market-leading single-handed gimbal stabiliser gets a major eco-system upgrade and boost in brute power


DJI has just announced the RS 4 Pro along with a new eco-system of accessories and a smaller sibling, the RS 4. The new gimbal initially looked much the same as the RS 3 Pro with the distinctive carbon fibre arms; however, this new model has gone through a comprehensive overhaul in order to boost its use in professional production environments. The new features, accessories, integration options and payload mean that the DJI RS 4 Pro is better equipped for TV commercials, large-scale promotional videos, documentaries, music videos, and even medium to low-budget movie productions.

Check out our review of the DJI RS 4 Pro here

The RS 4 Pro boasts a 4.5kg (10 lbs) payload capacity, which is the same as the previous RS 3 Pro. However, there’s a 20% increase in motor torque, making it better able to handle cinema-grade cameras and accessories. This increased torque enables the RS 4 Pro to support many professional cameras, including the Red Komodo, Blackmagic Design BMPCC 6K Pro, Sony FX6, and Canon models like the C70, R5C, and R3, paired with hefty lenses like the RF 24-70 mm F2.8 and IRIX 11mm.

One of the big updates for the RS 4 Pro is its second-generation native vertical shooting capability. This aims to make it faster and easier to switch between horizontal and vertical formats without any additional accessories. The ability to shoot natively in both standard horizontal and vertical formats has required some mechanical upgrades, and the new roll axis dual bearings and an upper quick-release plate with an adjustable placement guide all make things much easier to set up and adjust than the previous RS 3 Pro.

When it comes to the core use of stabilisation, the RS 4 Pro introduces a fourth-generation RS stabilisation algorithm, aiming to provide fast responses to movement in dynamic shooting scenarios, such as walking and running shots. This boost in faster motion stabilisation scenarios is reinforced with the inclusion of a car-mount stabilisation mode that has been optimised for vehicle-mounted shooting.

One of the reasons the Ronin range has become so popular is its outstanding battery life. Here, the new gimbal will support up to 29 hours of operation with the BG70 High-Capacity Battery Grip.

Alongside the RS 4 Pro are a series of new accessories that form part of a huge eco-system. These include the next-generation LiDAR focusing sensor that mounts onto the hotshoe and works in combination with the focus motor and gimbal. This sensor is capable of capturing 76,800 ranging points within 20 meters. The LiDAR system is designed to boost focus accuracy, especially in tracking human subjects, and minimises focus hunting. The integration of the LiDAR and DJI Transmission systems enables the control and communication between the gimbal, camera, and remote control devices, such as the DJI Focus Pro Hand Unit and DJI Master Wheels.

The DJI RS 4 Pro price and availability

Gimbal only, priced at ¥5499 (approximately £620/$755, subject to confirmation), and the combo, including additional accessories like the BG30 Battery Grip and Focus Pro Motor, priced at ¥6999 (approximately £790/$960, subject to confirmation). These prices reflect DJI’s commitment to providing high-quality, professional-grade equipment at competitive rates.

Detailed specifications

Peripheral Accessory Port

  • RSA/NATO Ports
  • 1/4″-20 Mounting Hole
  • Cold Shoe
  • Video Transmission/LiDAR Range Finder Port (USB-C)
  • RSS Camera Control Port (USB-C)
  • Focus Motor Port (USB-C)

Battery Specifications

  • Model: BG30-1950mAh-15.4V
  • Type: LiPo 4S
  • Capacity: 1950 mAh
  • Energy: 30 Wh
  • Max Runtime: 13 hours (in stationary state)
  • Charging Time: Approx. 1.5 hours with 24W fast charging
  • Suggested Charging Temperature: 5° to 40° C


  • Bluetooth 5.1
  • Charging Port (USB-C)

Ronin App Requirements

  • iOS 11.0 or above
  • Android 8.0 or above

Supported Languages

  • English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, German, French, Korean, Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Thai

Working Performance

  • Tested Payload: 4.5 kg (10 lbs)
  • Maximum Controlled Rotation Speed: 360°/s (Pan, Tilt, Roll)
  • Mechanical Range: Pan Axis 360°, Roll Axis -95° to +240°, Tilt Axis -112° to +214°

Mechanical & Electrical Properties

  • Operating Frequency: 2.40 GHz
  • Bluetooth Transmitter Power: < 8 dBm
  • Operating Temperature: -20° to 45° C
  • Weight: Gimbal approx. 1242 g, Grip approx. 265 g
  • Dimensions (Folded): 271×283×75 mm; (Unfolded): 416×223×202 mm

DJI Ronin Image Transmitter

  • Connections: Power/Communication Port (USB-C), HDMI Port (Mini HDMI), RSS Camera Control Port (USB-C)
  • Expansion Port: Cold Shoe
  • Operating Frequency: 2.40 – 2.4835 GHz, 5.725-5.850 GHz
  • Weight: 126 g
  • Dimensions: 82×63×24 mm
  • Transmitter Power (EIRP): 2.400-2.4835 GHz < 25 dBm (FCC), < 20 dBm (CE/SRRC/MIC); 5.725-5.850 GHz < 25 dBm (FCC/SRRC), < 14 dBm (CE)
  • Battery Capacity: 2970 mAh
  • Charging Time: Approx. 2.5 hours
  • Operating Time: Approx. 3.5 hours
  • Transmission Range: 200 m (SRRC/FCC), 100 m (CE)
  • Latency: 60 ms
  • Operating Current/Voltage: 900 mA/3.7 V
  • Operating Temperature: 0° to 45° C

For more information on the DJI RS 4 Pro, visit the DJI official website.

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