Osmo- Controls and Operations
The gimbal anticipates handle movement to smooth out pan and tilt transitions, and uses SmoothTrack technology to reduce camera shakes from natural arm movements. Additionally, there are buttons on the front and back of the handle that allow for finer control over the gimbal and camera. All of the buttons and controls are described below. Locking the Gimbal Pull the pan axis lock down and rotate the pan axis to the locked position (until it cannot rotate any further), and then adjust the roll motor and tilt motor in order to lock them in place. You can lock and unlock the gimbal while the Osmo is turned on. Quickly tap the trigger twice to reactivate the motors after they are unlocked. Hold the Osmo steady and upright while it is starting up.
 Power Switch
To turn on the Osmo, pull the power switch down and then release it. Pulling the power switch again will cause the Osmo to go in or out of sleep mode. To turn off the Osmo, pull the power switch down and hold for 1.5 seconds.
Note:Hold the Osmo steady and upright while it is starting up.
Vertical movement tilts the camera. Horizontal movement pans the camera.
 Shutter Button
Press this button to take photos based on your settings in the DJI GO app.
 Record Button
Press this button once to start recording video, and again to stop recording.
 Camera Status Indicator
Indicates the camera’s system status. Refer to the table below for details.
 System Status Indicator
Indicates the status of the Osmo. Refer to the table below for details.
Hold down the Trigger to enable Lock Mode. The camera will stay in its current position regardless of handle movement. The Osmo will return to SmoothTrack Mode once the Trigger is released. Quickly tap the Trigger twice to center the camera. When the Osmo is in Upright Mode and Underslung Mode, quickly tapping the Trigger three times will enter Selfie Mode.
 External Microphone Input
Connect a 3.5 mm external microphone to record high quality audio.
 Built-in Microphone
Records audio for general use. You can turn off the microphone in the DJI GO app.
The external microphone will override audio reception of the built-in microphone.
It is normal for the built-in microphone to pick up some noise from the gimbal motors.
 Restore Default Wi-Fi Settings
Hold down the Trigger and Shutter Button at the same time. Then, pull the power switch down until the System Status Indicator blinks green. Release the power button before releasing the Trigger. The default SSID, password and frequency for the Wi-Fi connection will be restored.