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Do-it-All or wireless module?
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Buckybuck
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I’m a new Pocket 2 owner. I went with the basic package, deciding I’d maybe get the Do-It-All Handle when they becomes available again. Based on my use of action cameras, I’m never gonna use an external microphone. But now I’m wondering if I’d be just as well off with the original Osmo wireless module.  About all I’d ever use either one of these accessories for is remotely controlling the camera through the Mimo app or downloading image files from the Pocket to my iPad or Android phone. My understanding is I can do those tasks with either one of these accessories. Am I missing something? Anybody with any experience with both the Osmo wireless module and the Do-It-All handle have a preference?

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Psoon
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Hands down, the Do-It-All Handle is the way to go since you've got the Pocket 2. For one thing the files transfer is more than 2x that of the older WiFi module, secondly, there's a built-in tripod socket. I won't bore you with the other features but the integral speaker and the headphone/external mic jack comes free with the handle.
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Hello there Buckybuck. Thank you for reaching out and for these information you have given. In addition to this post the DJI Pocket 2 Do-It-All Handle has a built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth module, wireless mic receiver, and 1/4" threaded hole. Connect it to the DJI Mimo application via Wi-Fi and you can control Pocket 2 from your smartphone. It can record sound wirelessly with the DJI Wireless Microphone Transmitter, or connect to external earphones/headphones via the 3.5mm audio adapter. When previewing footage, the built-in speaker can playback audio. The 1/4" threaded hole at the bottom is compatible with tripods and additional accessories. Thank you and keep on filming.

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Tide
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You might not need either of them.
Get a long USB-C cable instead.
You can transfer file through it and remote control as well.

I used a cable with Pocket 1 and find it sufficient for 99% of my use cases. Also got wireless module with DJI credit but not really used it that much. (It lacks and skips control in crowded place because of the interference)
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Montfrooij
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Tide Posted at 11-15 22:31
You might not need either of them.
Get a long USB-C cable instead.
You can transfer file through it and remote control as well.

Good advice!
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Montfrooij
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Tide Posted at 11-15 22:31
You might not need either of them.
Get a long USB-C cable instead.
You can transfer file through it and remote control as well.

From what I have heard, the do it all handle is making a really sturdy connection which might be handy for connecting to a tripod (for timelapses)
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A J
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Thanks for sharing
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