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The DJI Pocket 3 receives a major new firmware update

DJI's latest pocket gimbal camera, Osmo Pocket 3 received a major firmware update today. Read on to find out what's new...

Firmware version is now available for download for the Pocket 3 handheld camera, which boasts a powerful 1-inch CMOS sensor and a 2-inch rotatable touchscreen for precise control and easy switching between horizontal and vertical shooting. The Mimo app version compatible with this update is 1.11.3 for iOS devices and 1.11.2 for Android phones.

You can also update the Osmo Pocket 3 Battery Handle to firmware v13.02.02.29 by connecting it to your main device. At the same time, the DJI Mic 2 transmitter firmware can be updated to firmware v04.02.01.13, the steps of which are explained at the end of this article.

But first, here is detailed information on what's new in the new firmware:

  • Added D-Log M (10 bit) and HLG (10 bit) modes when shooting slow motion. This allows you to capture scenes with greater detail, offering greater flexibility in post-production (only available for 120fps).
  • Added built-in microphone audio backup function in settings. When enabled, the camera records audio through the built-in microphone and saves it as a separate audio file in .wav format, which can be used to capture ambient sound when connected to a DJI Mic 2 transmitter or external microphone . Please note that this feature is not available for low-light mode at 4K 30/25fps or slow motion at 4K 4x (120fps) D-Log M/HLG.
  • Support for recording video at 1080P 50/60fps in webcam mode has been added. In webcam mode, swipe up to set the frame rate. You can set the camcorder's output frame rate to 25 or 30 fps and change the PAL/NTSC format of video recorded on your computer.
  • Added support for Selfie Flip in timelapse shooting mode.
  • Added auto-off function. When a transmitter is not connected to a device and does not record independently for more than 15 minutes, the transmitter automatically turns off.
  • Optimize DJI Mic 2 transmitter performance and connection stability.
  • Added 2.35:1 Guides (reference lines) in Settings.
  • Fixed some minor bugs.

How to update your DJI Mic 2 transmitter

DJI released the Mic 2 transmitter along with the Osmo Pocket 3 camera to ensure clear recording and professional-level audio quality. One transmitter has a battery life of six hours and is equipped with 8 GB of internal memory that can store up to 14 hours of 48kHz 24-bit audio without compression. To update the firmware, connect the DJI Mic 2 transmitter to a computer and follow the steps below:

  • Download firmware v04.02.01.13 or later from the official DJI website.
  • Make sure the transmitter is turned on. Connect the transmitter to the computer with the UCB-C cable.
  • Place the downloaded firmware update package .bin file in the transmitter root directory.
  • The transmitter firmware update starts automatically after you disconnect the transmitter from the computer. During the transmitter update process, the system status LED flashes red and green. After the firmware update is complete, check the firmware version on a camera to verify that the firmware update was successful.
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