It seems like no other DJI product has received this many product updates in such a short time frame. Today, DJI releases yet another new Osmo Pocket firmware update. Version v01.06.00.30. This latest firmware update solves an issue that has to do with incorrect timestamps on photos and videos. It is a relatively small update but a necessary one.
The previous firmware update was released less than two weeks ago. In that update, DJI improved face tracking, focus pulsing and added an icon when you add an external microphone to the device.
While the DJI Osmo Pocket may not deliver the video quality professional videographers and filmmakers are after, especially in low light conditions, I still really like the gimbal-stabilized camera for its ease-of-use and pocketability. The Osmo Pocket is so easy to take with you and in the right conditions provides both good video quality and sound quality, that I always bring it with me.
New Osmo Pocket firmware update
- Date: 2019.04.12
- Firmware: v01.06.00.30 (file size is approx. 99MB)
- DJI Mimo App iOS: v1.0.6
- DJI Mimo App Android: v1.0.6
- What’s New?
After updating the firmware to v01.06.00.20, the timestamps on photos and videos were incorrect.
How to Update
- Use auto calibration after updating the firmware.
- If the update fails, restart Osmo Pocket and DJI Mimo, and retry.
- Firmware v01.06.00.20 or later is required when using with Charging Case.
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