Hire the DJI Ronin 2 from Gear Factory London

DJI Ronin 2 hire London

£350.00 / day + VAT

Impressive new and improved version of this industry leading stabiliser.


Kit Includes

  • DJI Ronin 2 Stabiliser Rig
    Transmitter for dual operators
    Stand
    Batteries & Charger
    Carry case

Optional Accessories

  • TV Logic 5.6″ Monitor
    Bolt Wireless HD Transmitter
    XL arms for Ronin
    15mm clamp to use FS7 EVF monitor
    RT Motion Wireless Follow Focus
    Bungee Backpack Support
    Hotshoe adapter to use a C300 monitor

SKU: STABILISER_DJI_RONIN2 Category:

Product Description

DJI Ronin 2 for hire at Gear Factory London

Hiring now at the Gear Factory is the brilliant DJI Ronin 2 gimbal stabiliser. It’s epic – allowing you to seriously ‘up’ the production value of your shoot.

DJI have gone to town with the improvements over their original Ronin. That shook the market up when it was released, offering up an excellent gimbal stabiliser at half the rental cost of the Movi M10. Now the DJI Ronin 2 is going to shake it up all over again! As well as a swish new design, the Ronin 2 is a more practical and versatile rig, and better equipped for a range of different environments.

The Ronin 2 has higher-torque motors meaning that it can support larger camera setups up to 30lbs. Stronger motors also mean it’s better able to resist high winds and G-forces when mounted to vehicles, even at sustained speeds of over 75 mph.

Compatible cameras include, RED Dragon,  Alex Mini, Ursa Mini Pro, Sony Fs7 and almost any DSLR sized camera configuration.

One of the best features of the Ronin 2’s redesign is the impressive integrated power and cabling. Meaning no more dangling cables! The camera and accessories like a monitor or follow focus can plug directly into the ports situated at key points of the rig itself. The Ronin 2 uses two batteries, they are hot-swappable and operate together or independently. Power should never become an issue while your filming with the Ronin 2.

It’s now fully made of carbon fibre to keep it as lightweight as possible. DJI has also redesigned the camera balancing system and mounting cage, with easy to use sliders and turnable knobs meaning it’s quicker to make adjustments on the fly with no tools needed. They also integrated a touchscreen to make set-up faster, without the need to link it to the mobile app. We think these are all big improvements.

Finally – the DJI Ronin 2 easily partners a host of other stabilising gear – from Steadicams to car mounts, and jibs and cable cams to DJI’s own Ready Rig.

Here are the specs for you:

Camera Tray Dimensions Maximum depth from the centre of gravity on camera base plate: 245 mm
Maximum height measured from top of the camera base plate: 165 mm
Maximum width: 180 mm
Accessory Power Connections 14.4 V x 4 Camera Cage (Combined 8 A), 14.4 V x 2 Pan Motor (Combined 4 A), 14 V x2 P-Tap (8 A)
GCU Input Power Intelligent Battery: 4280 mAh-22.8 V
Connections 2.4 GHz/5.8 GHz Remote Control, Bluetooth 4.0, USB Type-C
PC Assistant Software Requirements Windows 7 or above; Mac OS X 10.11 or above
Mobile Assistant Software Requirements iOS 9 or above; Android 4.4 or above
Load Weight (Reference Value) 30 lbs (13.6 kg)
Angular Vibration Range ± 0.02°
Maximum Controlled Rotation Speed Pan axis: 360°/s
Tilt axis: 360°/s
Roll axis: 360°/s
Mechanical Endpoint Range Pan axis control: 360° continuous rotation
Tilt axis control: ±135°
Roll axis control: ±220°
Controlled Rotation Range Pan axis control: 360° continuous rotation
Tilt axis control: ±135°
Roll axis control: ±220°
Working Current Static current: 300 mA (@22.8 V)
Dynamic current: 500 mA (@22.8 V)
Locked motor current: Max 15 A (@22.8 V)
Run Time 8 hours
2.5 hours (when powering gimbal, camera and accessories at the same time)
Operating Temperature -4°F ~ 122°F (-20°C ~ 50°C)
Weight Including handle bar: 12 lb (5.5 kg)
Excluding handle bar: 9 lb (4.2 kg)
Gimbal Dimensions Excluding handle bar: 350 mm (W) x 416 mm (D) x 530 mm (H)
Including handle bar: 630 mm (W) x 416 mm (D) x 720 mm (H)

 

Watch the DJI Ronin 2 in action: