DJI Osmo Pocket Extended Battery Rig

In this video, I am demonstrating the ultimate DJI Osmo Pocket setup that will allow you to record un-interrupted for long periods of time. The Osmo Pocket is an amazing micro camera, however, one downfall is the fact that you can not swap out the batteries. Using this power bank handle allows you to film for long periods of time and don’t have to worry about the battery draining so quickly before you are done shooting. Add the matching extension pole and you have the ultimate vlogging rig.

Battery Handle (USA)
Battery Handle (CAN)

Extension Pole (USA)
Extension Pole (CAN)

Short USB-C Cable (USA)
Short USB-C Cable (CAN)

Tripod (USA)
Tripod (CAN)

GoPro Casey (USA)
GoPro Casey (CAN)

Osmo Pocket Mount:
Osmo Pocket:

GoPro Mount Adapter (USA)
GoPro Mount Adapter (CAN)

My Filming Gear
GoPro Hero 7 Black:
DJI Mavic 2 Pro:
DJI Mavic Air:
LowPro BackPack:
Insta360 One X:

All my YouTube videos are filmed on an iPhone 8 Plus and edited on an iPad Pro in LumaFusion. I am a minimalist/mobile YouTube creator. I like to keep things simple.

My Editing Gear
12.9″ iPad Pro 2018:
Apple Pencil 2:
Apple Card Reader (USB-C):
WD Wireless Passport Pro SSD:

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31 Replies to “DJI Osmo Pocket Extended Battery Rig”

  1. Tony Zecchinelli

    I wonder – In the moment we want to use an external microphone because it will be possible soon – this external mic will plugin in the same hole of the powerbank so it is impossible to use them Mic and power bank at the same time – think about it . That hole placed at the bottom is a very big engenner mistake that will make put on the market a new version of Osmo very soon with Engenners mistake coreccted . find out a solution about mic and power bank to be used at the same time if a solution is around and let us know .

  2. That7Days79

    Hi, hmm, when osmo.P was released, saw a video stating the osmo pocket could not be charged while fliming..So @that point, the 7black seemed better as it can be charged while using. Was this, updated in the subsequent firmwares?

  3. Fred

    Hello. i know that this isn't related to this video. but i am about to buy a 360 camera, and i would like your advice about a few things. Which one would be best. i am looking to get a water proof case for it, so i would like the best. also, what do i need to edit the video? i have Adobe premier elements 2018 on a windows 7 pc. soon i will be running windows 10. i do not have any experience with apple products, and i would rather not buy any. Thank you.

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