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Loyal DJI customers can get US$1,000 off the Ronin 2

DJI announced a global customer loyalty program, rewarding long-time creative individuals who use the company’s Ronin three-axis camera stabilizer and are ready to take their camera operating experience to a new level with the recently released Ronin 2.

Based on DJI’s transformative gimbal technology, Ronin 2 has more power and torque to carry larger cameras, is more versatile to be used in every situation, and has more intelligent features to allow for unprecedented camera moves that help realize every creative vision.

Paul Pan, DJI senior product manager says, “The new DJI Ronin 2 has been improved in every way.

“With an increased payload capacity of 30 pounds, faster setup time and more powerful motors to provide increased stability in the most demanding environments, it is the best stabilizer we have ever made.”

“We greatly appreciate users of the original Ronin for their loyalty since its introduction three years ago and hope they will benefit from this program to use our most innovative technologies that have been implemented in the Ronin 2.”

To participate in the program, users with a Ronin in good working condition simply visit the Ronin website to be directed to the third-party partner responsible for administering the program.

After registering and returning their used Ronin by mail users will receive a US$1,000 discount coupon to purchase a new Ronin 2.

Online registration for the program will be open from October 10, 2017, to November 30, 2017.

Coupon codes for Ronin 2 are valid from December 1, 2017, to January 31, 2018. 

The Ronin-MX and Ronin-M products are not eligible for the program.

During the registration period, users are welcome to visit DJI authorized stores around the world to get hands-on experiences on the Ronin 2.

The Ronin 2 exists to let filmmakers capture the scene they see in their mind. 

Upgraded high torque motors allow it to support a wider range of cameras, resist high winds and G-forces caused when mounted to a car and keep it moving smoothly in flight.

The simplicity of Ronin has been apparently been amplified with Ronin 2, making setup and use easier than ever. 

Everything, from mounting cameras to balancing and tuning, powering accessories and transportation has been tweaked and refined for ease and speed.

The device also boasts enhanced intelligence, this means filmmakers should be able to get shots with Ronin 2 that would once have needed specialist expertise or additional equipment, from total smoothness control to studio-oriented smart features. 

The power systems are also tightly integrated into Ronin 2, capable of powering its motors and the attached camera and accessories without dangling cables or multiple power systems.

This could be a must-have accessory for any aspiring filmmakers. 

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