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DJI RSC 2 vs. Ronin-SC Comparison: What’s New?
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Are you ready to compare DJI RSC 2 to Ronin-SC? Let’s dive straight in and discover out all the major differences between these two DJI gimbals.

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DJI RSC 2 is a new DJI camera gimbal, offering the next evolution of the groundbreaking DJI Ronin-SC. In this DJI RSC 2 vs Ronin-SC comparison, we will guide you through both DJI gimbal products, helping you choose the right one for you.


DJI RSC 2 vs Ronin-SC: Specs

First, let’s start by comparing DJI RSC 2 specs to Ronin-SC. In the table below, you can get a side-by-side comparison of some of the key parameters of this DJI camera gimbal and its predecessor.



DJI RSC 2 Ronin-SC
Weight 1.3 kg 1.1 kg
Tested payload (reference value) 3.0 kg 2.0 kg
Size Storage mode: 260×210×75 mm (including the handle)

Standing: 400×185×175 mm (including the handle and without the Extended Grip/Tripod)
Storage mode: 220×200×75 mm (including the handle)
Standing: 370×165×150 mm (including the handle and without the Extended Grip/Tripod)
Battery life 14 hours 11 hours
Charging time* Approx. 2 hours to fully charge with 18W fast charging (when PD and QC 2.0 fast charging protocols are supported) 2.5 h (5V/2A)

DJI RSC 2 vs Ronin-SC: Design

While DJI RSC 2 looks strikingly similar to Ronin-SC, there are some major design differences when you compare both DJI gimbals. The two most notable DJI RSC 2 design upgrades are DJI RSC 2’s ability to be folded, and a new 1-inch OLED screen. The DJI RSC 2 overall design has improved, providing a more user-friendly gimbal.

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DJI RSC 2: Foldable, with Six Configurations

DJI RSC 2 introduces a foldable design for the first time to the Ronin gimbal line, and it can be configured in six different ways: upright, underslung, briefcase, flashlight, portrait, and storage. The configurations not only allow for more versatile shooting scenarios and creative angles, but also keep the device more compact for easy storage and transportation. This is a big DJI RSC 2 upgrade that’s ideal for individual content creators that need a lightweight and portable gimbal.

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DJI RSC 2: 1-Inch OLED Screen

Another standout new DJI RSC 2 feature is the 1-inch OLED screen, which can be used to control functions and parameters of the device and mounted camera. This means users are no longer limited to using the Ronin app on their mobile phones while also trying to film with the device. The OLED screen makes the entire filmmaking experience more streamlined.
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DJI RSC 2: More Ergonomic

Subtle improvements in design mean DJI RSC 2 is more ergonomic and comfortable to use than DJI Ronin-SC. These improvements include axis locks and D-ring camera screws for fast, tool-free setup, and adjustments to button locations to make them more accessible during operation.

DJI RSC 2 vs Ronin-SC: Max Supported Payload

The original DJI Ronin-SC delivered a 1.1kg weight and 2kg max tested payload when it was released. While the DJI RSC 2 weight has increased slightly to 1.2 kg, the max tested payload of 3 kg enables the use of larger, more advanced and professional setups like a Panasonic S1H with 24-70mm lens.

DJI RSC 2 vs Ronin-SC: Stabilization

Stabilization is easily the most essential feature of DJI Ronin products as it’s the backbone of gimbal devices, allowing users to get smooth footage for professional-level results. And while 3-axis stabilization has been the major key to this, DJI has also come a long way with additional technology. DJI RSC 2 features the new Titan Stabilization Algorithm, offering substantial improvements compared to Ronin-SC.

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A new feature that DJI Ronin-SC does not support is SuperSmooth mode, which can be activated for an additional level of stabilization. This feature compensates for micromovements and increases torque to stabilize even 100mm zoom lenses. (Note: SuperSmooth mode requires a lens fastening strap.)

DJI RSC 2 vs Ronin-SC: Features

At this stage, we’ve identified the improved design features and stabilization of DJI RSC 2, but what about new and upgraded features?

DJI RSC 2: ActiveTrack 3.0

DJI RSC 2 offers ActiveTrack 3.0, DJI’s most advanced tracking technology yet, featuring advanced algorithms for more sophisticated tracking. If you’re interested in filming high-speed action on the go, DJI RSC 2 is your best bet.
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DJI RSC 2: RavenEye

The new RavenEye Image Transmission System of DJI RSC 2 gives operators a simplified way to get remote amera viewing and parameter control. This system transmits 1080p video, allows gimbal parameter adjustment, and even camera setting changes from up to 200 m away with a latency of just 60 ms. RavenEye also allows ActiveTrack 3.0 to be used directly from the camera signal, without the need for a smartphone.
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DJI RSC 2: Quick Switch to Vertical Shooting

DJI RSC 2 introduces a new feature that allows operators to instantly switch to portrait mode. This is a huge benefit for those working on social media content and other creative applications that require portrait shooting.
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DJI RSC 2: Improved Battery Performance

The DJI RSC 2 battery has a max runtime of 14 hours and supports fast charging. That’s a three-hour improvement over Ronin-SC’s 11-hour runtime.

DJI RSC 2 vs Ronin-SC: Accessories

DJI RSC 2: NATO-Compatible

DJI RSC 2 doesn’t have an RSA port, however, it is NATO-compatible, opening it up to a universe of third-party accessories and versatile handling and mounting possibilities. DJI Ronin-SC has an RSA port but no NATO, which is a big factor to consider for content creators that are looking for the freedom to customize their setups.

DJI RSC 2: Lightweight Carrying Case

DJI RSC 2 comes with upgraded packaging, giving users a smaller, lightweight carrying case. This redesigned case has a splash-proof body with dedicated compartments for all RSC 2 parts and is small enough to take along anywhere.
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DJI RSC 2 vs Ronin-SC: Camera Compatibility

Both DJI gimbal products are compatible with a wide variety of cameras. A full list of compatible cameras is available here.

DJI RSC 2 vs Ronin-SC: Which One Should You Get?

DJI Ronin-SC is still one of the best portable camera gimbals on the market. However, with impressive upgrades like a foldable design, a 1-inch OLED screen, and added stabilization technologies such as the Titan Stabilization Algorithm and SuperSmooth mode, DJI RSC 2 takes handheld content creation to another level. If you’re looking for an advanced filmmaking gimbal that is ultra-versatile, portable, and delivers amazing results, DJI RSC 2 is a significant upgrade compared to the original DJI Ronin-SC.

10-14 19:18
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Very nice info!
10-14 23:37
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Why the difference in names?
10-15 01:51
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Great release - thanks for sharing
10-15 02:14
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Interesting, but would be nice to know what's the difference between the RSC 2 and the old Ronin S.
10-15 03:26
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The RSC 2 has the same ActiveTrack 3.0 as the RS 2? or do we need the phone to use it?We need the raveneye for this feature right?
10-15 06:01
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New versions coming out all the time! Love the folding capability.
10-15 06:25
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Really nice!
10-15 12:49
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Hello there Peter. Thank you for the reply and for the valued support. In addition to this I will post links where in you can learn more about the DJI RS2 and the DJI RSC2. Thank you.

DJI RS2 ( https://www.dji.com/rs-2?site=brandsite&from=nav )
DJI RSC2 ( https://www.dji.com/rsc-2?site=brandsite&from=nav )
10-15 21:58
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Great inforamtion

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10-15 22:32
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GReat What a Comparision
10-15 22:41
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DJI Stephen Posted at 10-15 21:58
Hello there Peter. Thank you for the reply and for the valued support. In addition to this I will post links where in you can learn more about the DJI RS2 and the DJI RSC2. Thank you.

DJI RS2 ( https://www.dji.com/rs-2?site=brandsite&from=nav )

Thanks. I looked through the compatibility lists. No D750 so far.
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has the panorama bug been solved with the updates? where the last picture is almost identical to the first, making stitching very difficult?
10-15 23:50
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Can I charge RS2 with MacBook Pro 2020 charger?
10-19 12:07
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I question whether or not I made the right decision. The RS 2 looked too good to pass up and should arrive from Guangzhou later this week. I can't wait to incorporate it into my vlogs. Do you know if the SC 2 has the ability to activate active track without using a phone? Not having to use your phone at all for this would be a huge convenience for my run and gun vlogs.

Great post.
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Galfar Posted at 10-15 06:01
The RSC 2 has the same ActiveTrack 3.0 as the RS 2? or do we need the phone to use it?We need the raveneye for this feature right?

Hi Galfar,

The article mentions that the SC2 doesn't need a phone but to what extent I am not sure. I know that It uses the image from the camera for active track unlike the last iteration where the phone's camera was doing the tracking and transmitting that information to the gimbal. However, It isn't clear to me if we need to use our phones to enable active track or if we can select our target directly from the gimbal. All I know is that the phone is less important but to what extent....I am not sure.

Cheers
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Montfrooij Posted at 10-15 22:56
Thanks. I looked through the compatibility lists. No D750 so far.

Hi there Peter. You are very much welcome and thank you for the reply. Rest assured that our DJI R&D Team are continuously testing multiple cameras to be added on the recommended list in the future. Again, thank you for your support and safe always. .
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DJI Stephen Posted at 10-19 20:38
Hi there Peter. You are very much welcome and thank you for the reply. Rest assured that our DJI R&D Team are continuously testing multiple cameras to be added on the recommended list in the future. Again, thank you for your support and safe always.  .

Thanks for that.
I have no complaints if you don't. The D750 is already quite old (but I love it)
Make note that the moment you add D750 support, you will at least have 1 extra customer (ME)
10-19 22:37
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Thanks for the sharing, the comparison is clear enough
10-20 05:23
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I just took my RS2 out for the first time, 100% charged 45degrees so cold but not too cold. The battery was at 50% in 2hrs. The first hr was only timelapse which would use much less battery life. Anyone else have these issues?
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Leider finde ich in der aktuellen Kompatibilitätsliste für den Ronin RSC 2 die Sony RX10 IV nicht mehr. Auf der entsprechenden Seite des Ronin SC ist sie noch aufgeführt. Kann ich davon ausgehen, dass der neue DJI Gimbal RSC 2 mit der Sony RX10 IV dennoch kompatibel ist? Besten Dank für die Hilfe.
10-23 05:29
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