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Pocket 2 : connection to HDMI screen
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pylebecque
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Hello,

I am interested by the Pocket 2, but I need to check one important thing.


=> Can I connect the Pocket 2 to some kind of HDMI screen, in order to see what the camera sees on a bigger scale ?



Indeed, when I wish to set correctly a scene, the small details are important : make sure that this item is not cut on the frame, etc.
The screen is much too small for that.


So is there a possibility to see the small Pocket 2 screen on a much bigger screen ?


Thank you in advance for your answer,
Pierre-Yves (France)






2-21 09:29
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fansfe82067d
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There is no HDMI output.  You can connect it to a supported model of phone to monitor on a larger screen.
2-21 12:33
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fansfe82067d Posted at 2-21 12:33
There is no HDMI output.  You can connect it to a supported model of phone to monitor on a larger screen.

Thanks for the answer.

Would it work with a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, which is a tablet not a phone ?
2-21 12:59
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pylebecque Posted at 2-21 12:59
Thanks for the answer.

Would it work with a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, which is a tablet not a phone ?

I doubt whether that's on the list of approved devices - you might find it won't even install, so perhaps that's the first thing to check (as it won't cost anything to try).  But that doesn't necessarily mean it will work with the camera.  Hopefully someone has tried it.

[Edit - I see that's quite an old tablet so probably hasn't got the required USB C port to activate the camera.  All in all, not looking good....]

2-21 16:12
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Hello there Pierre-Yves. Thank you for reaching out and for these information you have given. As posted above I am sorry to say that the DJI Pocket 2 has no HDMI port. For reference I will post the list of recommended mobile devices for the DJI Pocket 2. Thank you.

2-21 20:41
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DJI Stephen Posted at 2-21 20:41
Hello there Pierre-Yves. Thank you for reaching out and for these information you have given. As posted above I am sorry to say that the DJI Pocket 2 has no HDMI port. For reference I will post the list of recommended mobile devices for the DJI Pocket 2. Thank you.

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OK thanks that list is helpful!

Thank you both for your answers.

Pierre-Yves
2-22 08:12
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pylebecque Posted at 2-22 08:12
OK thanks that list is helpful!

Thank you both for your answers.

Hi there Pierre-Yves. Thank you for the reply and if you have any other concerns with DJI. Please feel free to post it here at DJI Forum. We are here to help and assist you. Thank you.
2-23 02:40
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DJI Stephen Posted at 2-23 02:40
Hi there Pierre-Yves. Thank you for the reply and if you have any other concerns with DJI. Please feel free to post it here at DJI Forum. We are here to help and assist you. Thank you.

Hello,

I've managed to find a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
It seems it's not on the list you have provided. Do you confirm ?

Would the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge be compatible with the Osmo Pocket 1?

Thanks
Pierre-Yves
2-24 14:29
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My solution to this is to connect to the Do-It-All handle using wi-fi, then use a USB-C to HDMI adaptor / cable. You can then use any screen as a monitor. (EDIT: Any screen that has HDMI in!)
I've tested this and confirm it works with a Samsung Note 10+. I did have to turn Samsung Dex off, as otherwise it will output the Dex desktop rather than mirroring the 'phones screen.
3-5 02:33
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Just noticed the OP was talking about a Galaxy 7. These have micro-USB, so you can still output to HDMI, using an MHL adaptor, such as this one on Amazon.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/converter-Female-Adapter-Smartphones-Function-Black/dp/B07F6XBH5X

3-5 06:43
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Flakmunky Posted at 3-5 02:33
My solution to this is to connect to the Do-It-All handle using wi-fi, then use a USB-C to HDMI adaptor / cable. You can then use any screen as a monitor. (EDIT: Any screen that has HDMI in!)
I've tested this and confirm it works with a Samsung Note 10+. I did have to turn Samsung Dex off, as otherwise it will output the Dex desktop rather than mirroring the 'phones screen.

Thank you for this solution.
This is exactly what I was going to try but was unsure if the usb c would support it..
I just wish DJI would work on a solution to preview in the app while streaming.
Cheers.
7-10 21:34
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pylebecque Posted at 2-24 14:29
Hello,

I've managed to find a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

There are some other phone and tablet models besides the ones mentioned on the official DJI list that work with the Pocket 2. I and other users have gathered these on two threads here in the forums. To see the lists of tested compatible and non-compatible models, see https://forum.dji.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=235190 (for phones) or https://forum.dji.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=237518 (for tablets).

As for the HDMI connectivity, there are some third-party solutions for it (although as of now, I haven't seen a direct Pocket 2 to HDMI adapter). One option is to google CosmoStreamer, other one has already been mentioned here (the USB-C to HDMI adapter). There might be others too, but don't know them personally.
7-11 01:37
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