DJI Ronin 4D-6K
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Full-frame 8K/60fps & 4K/120fps
Zenmuse X9 supports internal recording of Apple ProRes RAW, ProRes 4444 XQ, ProRes 422 HQ, ProRes 422 LT, and H.264 video,  and up to 8K/60fps and 4K/120fps full-frame video recording. It also supports the ACES workflow.
Dual-native ISO 800/4000 
X9-8K defaults to EI 320/1600. With Dynamic Range Expansion on, X9-8K can support EI 800/4000, while X9-6K supports EI 800/5000, allowing it to capture footage with exquisite detail and minimal noise.
Built-In 9-Stop Physical ND Filters
X9 has 9-stop built-in physical ND filters (ND 2 to ND 512, or ND 0.3 to ND 2.7) that can be quickly and easily switched thanks to a motorized internal system.
DL/E/L/PL/M Interchangeable Lens Mount
X9 supports DJI's proprietary DL mount, as well as Leica L, Leica M, Sony E, ARRI PL, and more.  Lenses compatible with these mounts can also be used with X9. 
Autofocus on Manual Lenses
With the LiDAR focusing system and focus motor, autofocus is available even on manual lenses.  In Automated Manual Focus mode,  the focus wheel will rotate in sync as the focus point changes, but cinematographers can take manual control at any point.
4-Axis Active Stabilization on Par with a Dolly
The Z-Axis effectively eliminates vertical camera shake and works with visual sensors and ActiveTrack Pro to let you create smooth, stable footage effortlessly.
Up to 20,000-foot Wireless Transmission and Control Range 
O3 Pro Video Transmission Technology adds DFS frequency bands and enables 1080p/60fps video transmission. It supports one transmitter with multiple receivers and can remotely control gimbal, focusing, and camera settings.
In the Box
Zenmuse X9-6K Gimbal Camera
LiDAR Range Finder
Left Hand Grip
Right Hand Grip
High-Bright Main Monitor
TB50 Battery Mount
TB50 Charging Adapter
AC Power Cable
USB-A to USB-C Cable
Hand Grip Extended Control Sticks
3mm Ball-End Hex Key
2.5mm Ball-End Hex Key
1.5mm Ball-End Hex Key
10mm 1/4"-20 Screw
Flat Head Screwdriver
X9 Gimbal Base Cap
DX Mount Body Cap
DX Mount Lens Cap
Ronin 4D Gimbal Base Cap
TB50 Intelligent Battery
LiDAR Range Finder/Focus Motor Cable
Left Hand Grip Strap
Right Hand Grip Strap
Ronin 4D Carrying Case
X9 Counterweight (106 g)
Which is the Best for You?
Let’s Answer Your Questions
How many versions does DJI Ronin 4D have? What are the differences between them?
DJI Ronin 4D has two versions一6K and 8K. The 6K version comes with an X9-6K Gimbal Camera that supports up to 6K/60fps and 4K/120fps video recording, while the 8K version includes an X9-8K Gimbal Camera that supports up to 8K/75fps and 4K/120fps video recording. The 8K combo additionally includes a RAW License Key, DJI DL PZ 17-28 mm T3.0 ASPH Lens, PROSSD 1TB, PROSSD mount, and a USB-C to USB-C High-Speed Data Cable to meet higher creative requirements. Check the In the Box of DJI Ronin 4D for a detailed list of included items.
How can users who have already purchased a DJI Ronin 4D-6K combo use the Zenmuse X9-8K Gimbal Camera?
If you already own the DJI Ronin 4D-6K combo, you can purchase the Zenmuse X9-8K Gimbal Camera separately and replace the X9-6K Gimbal Camera with it. Mount the Zenmuse X9-8K Gimbal Camera onto the Ronin 4D main body and upgrade the firmware to the latest version.
What is DJI Ronin 4D’s main body made of?
The main body of DJI Ronin 4D is crafted with aluminum magnesium alloy and the Z-axis arm with carbon fiber.
What is the effective pixel amount of Zenmuse X9 Gimbal Cameras?
The effective pixel number of Zenmuse X9-8K is 44.7 MP and X9-6K offers 24.1 MP.
What is the container format of different videos created by DJI Ronin 4D？
All in MOV.
Does the X9 gimbal support underslung shooting?
Yes, but the Z-axis is not available in underslung mode.
How is the LiDAR Range Finder different from the 3D focusing system of DJI RS 2?
The 3D focusing system of DJI RS 2 uses single-point focusing that only focuses on the center of the target, while the LiDAR Range Finder can cast 43,200 ranging points, enabling faster and more accurate focusing and providing visual focusing with the LiDAR Waveform.
How is ActiveTrack Pro different from previous ActiveTrack versions?
DJI's proprietary computer vision, deep learning technology, and the robust computing power of CineCore 3.0 allow ActiveTrack Pro to support the reliable tracking of almost any subject. It can effectively recognize human faces, heads, shoulders, and even arms and legs. Continuous tracking of people is available even from longer distances. You can now attain tracking shots effortlessly and even adjust composition at any time during tracking.
What devices are compatible with DJI Ronin 4D for remote control?
DJI Ronin 4D supports remote control with DJI Master Wheels, DJI Force Pro*, and with the left and right grips attached the High-Bright Remote Monitor. Internal motion control is also supported using the High-Bright Remote Monitor.*
* Using DJI Ronin 4D with DJI Master Wheels and DJI Force Pro requires the High-Bright Remote Monitor and Remote Monitor Expansion Plate. Please refer to the tutorial video Connecting DJI Ronin 4D with DJI Master Wheels and DJI Force Pro. Motion control with the High-Bright Remote Monitor is currently unavailable and will be supported through a future firmware update. Please stay tuned to the official website for more information.
How is DJI O3 Pro different from DJI O3?
DJI O3 is used mainly on drones, whereas DJI O3 Pro is specialized mainly for enhancing anti-interference for ground shooting. It supports control by up to two monitors at the same time, and has added DFS frequency band support.*
* Not available in certain countries and regions.
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1. Ronin 4D-8K only supports recording of Apple ProRes RAW, ProRes 422 HQ, and H.264 video.
2. Requires enabling the Dynamic Range Expansion mode (in full-frame format, with sensor frame rate ≤30fps).
3. E-mount and PL-mount units are provided by third parties.
4. X9 has certain limitations on lens size, weight, and structure. Please check the DJI Ronin 4D Lens Compatibility List for more information.
5. Requires Hand Grips.
6. Measured with video transmission and control system operating in Control mode in an unobstructed environment free of interference with FCC compliance.