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  • DJI is a Chinese company that started in 2006 and was founded by Frank Wang, who is also the CEO of the company. DJI is an abbreviation of Da Jiang Innovations and is headquartered in Shenzhen, a city on the southern coast of the People's Republic of China, although it has factories located in different parts of the world. Its main offices are in the United States, Germany, the Netherlands, Japan, Beijing and Hong Kong.
  • DJI's innovation not only empowers creators, but motivates visionaries to push the boundaries of what is considered possible, spurring them to inspire the world, DJI holds the leading position in the civil UAV industry, comprising more than 70% of the global drone market.
  • Beginning in 2015, DJI has been a sponsor of the RoboMaster Robotics Competition, an annual robot combat tournament held at the Shenzhen Bay Sports Centre. This event attracts the participation of student mechatronics teams from universities around the world.
  • In 2017, DJI was awarded a Technology and Engineering Emmy Award for outstanding unmanned camera technology. This recognition highlights DJI's creative engineering excellence, providing filmmakers and cinematographers with an affordable and accessible platform for low-altitude aerial imaging. This breakthrough has expanded creative possibilities and simplified various aspects of television programme production.



  • Frank Wang is a Chinese aerospace engineer and entrepreneur, who moved to Hong Kong in 2003 after enrolling in an undergraduate programme at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). In 2005, the university awarded Wang funding of HK$18,000 (equivalent to US$2,300) to conduct research and develop a drone. From his dorm room at HKUST, Wang established the company in 2006.


  • The Ronin, also known as the "Ronin 1" and introduced on 25 June 2014, marked DJI's first foray into the digitally stabilised camera gimbals market. This version had a maximum load capacity of 16lbs, making it compatible with the most robust DSLR and cinema cameras of the time.
  • DJI's Ronin M achieved a significant reduction in overall weight and dimensions compared to the original Ronin 1 while maintaining a similar package. This new model featured an improved 1580mAh battery, while maintaining compatibility with the larger capacity battery used in the Ronin 1.
  • The Ronin MX was introduced as an action gimbal designed to withstand more intense G-forces and for aerial video recording, incorporating more powerful motors compared to the M model. When used conventionally, this model has a slightly higher payload capacity of 10lbs compared to the M. However, this payload capacity is reduced to 8.49lbs when used in conjunction with DJI's M600 hexacopter.
  • DJI's Ronin 2 stands out as the most robust member of the Ronin series, specifically designed for cinema applications. This model features a distinctive design by employing a monopod halo ring instead of traditional handles, providing a variety of grip options and multiple mounting points.
  • The Ronin S marked a milestone as the first model in the Ronin series to adopt the one-handed format. With its introduction, the S introduced ergonomics that would eventually become a common feature across the Ronin line. In September 2019, through a firmware update, the Ronin S acquired DJI's Force Mobile and ActiveTrack 3.0 features. This gave it the ability to automatically track selected facial features through the use of a smartphone camera connected via the app.
  • DJI's Ronin SC model is a compact version of the Ronin S, designed specifically for lighter mirrorless cameras. Although the SC has a smaller battery and charging capacity than the S, it shares similar ergonomics. The SC received firmware support from the S.
  • The Ronin RS 2 model is the pioneer in the DJI Ronin series by incorporating an integrated touchscreen and focus wheel. With the addition of DJI's optional RavenEye system, it features the additional ability to perform ActiveTrack directly from its LCD screen.
  • The Ronin RSC 2 is a budget version of the RS 2, sharing many features. Like its predecessor, it is specially designed for mirrorless cameras. Unlike the RS 2, it requires an external phone to use the ActiveTrack function. In addition, it has a built-in battery in a non-interchangeable grip.
  • The Ronin 4D distinguishes itself as the first fully integrated cinema camera in the Ronin series. Its design fuses DJI's gimbal technology into a camera body with an isoelastic Z-axis arm. In addition, the 4D introduced DJI's optional LiDAR radar system, enabling on-screen object focusing and tracking. The 6K version began production in February 2022. In March 2023, an additional accessory for the 4D, the Ronin 4D Flex, was introduced. The Flex allows the 4D lens and gimbal to be removed from the main camera body and reconnected via a 2-metre long flexible cable, providing better access in tight places.


  • You can check all our DJI Ronin stabilizers available for rent in the Ronin section of Camaleón Rental. Check our catalogue of camera stabilizers for rental.

DJI Ronin M Stabilizer Rental

  • DJI Ronin M steabilizer rental. It is a professional three-axis image stabiliser designed for cameras. Made of magnesium, carbon fibre and aluminium, it is a comfortable design to carry and use. It is very easy to mount. It has three modes, suspended, vertical and case. Its weight is 5.07lb and its dimensions are 500mm x 210mm x 420mm. The dimensions of the camera mount are: a maximum depth of 120mm, a maximum height of 195mm and a maximum width of 160mm.

DJI Ronin 2 Stabilizer Rental

  • DJI Ronin 2 stabilizer rental. It is a camera stabilizer designed to allow filmmakers to realise the vision of their scenes. Its improved motors give it compatibility with a wide range of cameras, and the ability to withstand high winds and G-forces. It supports a camera up to 30lbs. The DJI Ronin 2 stabilizer is made of carbon fibre and weighs 14lbs. Its dimensions are 630mm x 416mm x 720mm. The camera support dimensions are: depth 250mm, height 190mm and width 170mm.

DJI Ronin RS3 Pro Stabilizer Rental

  • DJ Ronin RS3 Pro stabilizer rental. This is a stabilizer that uses extended carbon fibre arms on the axes to provide additional space for balancing professional cameras. It has a built-in extended bottom plate with quick release to ensure a more secure attachment of the camera. DJI Ronin RS3 Pro has a weight of 3.3lbs and a capacity of 10lbs. With 1.8" OLED colour screen for adjusting parameters. The camera can be paired via Bluetooth for on-screen control.


  • In the DJI drones rental section, you can see the drones that Camaleón Rental currently offers from this brand.

DJI Inspire 2 Drone Rental

  • DJI Inspire 2 drone rental. This drone can record video in up to 6K at 30fps. It can reach a top speed of 94km/h and has an acceleration from 0 to 80km/h in just 5 seconds. The battery gives it a maximum run time of 27 minutes. It has sensors in two directions that offer an anti-collision system. Its controllable range is 7km. The control frequency can be changed between 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz. It has a return system to the point of origin, which if it loses the signal with the control, it returns automatically.

DJI Inspire 3 Drone Rental

  • DJI Inspire 3 drone rental. It is a drone that can record in up to 8K quality at 75fps. Flight time is 28 minutes. Allows 360º panning. Unobstructed, it can record up to 80º. This DJI drone incorporates high-precision RTK positioning technology, which is used in surveying, providing centimetre-level accuracy. It has an ultra wide-angle FPV camera with night vision. Transmits live signals up to 1080p / 60 fps. Remote control includes 7" screen. Can be controlled up to 15km.