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DJI Osmo Action Camera Review

Tested using Methodology v0.8
Updated May 03, 2022 at 09:56 am
DJI Osmo Action Picture
5.3
Travel Photography
6.2
Landscape Photography
5.1
Sport & Wildlife Photography
7.5
Vlogging
5.6
Studio Video
8.7
Action Video
Body Type
Action Cam
Mirrorless
Yes
Sensor Size
1/2.3-inch
Tested Lens
Built-In Lens

The DJI Osmo Action is DJI's first action camera, and it's a solid, more affordable alternative to the GoPro HERO9 Black. It's one of the first action cams to feature a handy front-facing Live View screen for selfies and vlogs. It also has an excellent electronic stabilization feature to reduce camera shake—unsurprising for a company known for its gimbals and drones. DJI also advertises that it's waterproof to a depth of 11m without a protective case and that it can withstand temperatures as low as -10C, so you can bring it wherever your adventures take you.

Our Verdict

5.3 Travel Photography

The DJI Osmo Action is a poor choice for travel photography. It lacks the versatility of a dedicated still photography camera, and its image quality is severely limited by its small sensor and the fixed aperture and focal length of its built-in lens. The lens also has a very wide-angle fisheye field of view that distorts the image, though it has a digital 'Dewarp' function to produce a more linear FOV. Its biggest advantage for travel photography is its portability and its rugged, waterproof build, making it easier to take on more extreme travel adventures.

Pros
  • Sturdy, waterproof design.
  • Highly portable.
Cons
  • No autofocus system.
  • Poor image quality.
  • Not meant to be used handheld.
  • Fixed aperture and focal length.
6.2 Landscape Photography

The DJI Osmo Action isn't well-suited for landscape photography, though it isn't specifically for this use. While it's well-built and portable, it's limited by its small sensor and the fixed focal length and fixed aperture of its built-in lens. Image quality is poor, especially if you shoot RAW and want more latitude to edit your landscape shots. It doesn't have a wide dynamic range, so the amount of detail it can capture in high-contrast landscape shots is very limited, causing you to lose shadow and highlight detail.

Pros
  • Sturdy, waterproof design.
  • Highly portable.
Cons
  • No autofocus system.
  • Poor image quality.
  • Not meant to be used handheld.
  • Fixed aperture and focal length.
5.1 Sport & Wildlife Photography

The DJI Osmo Action is sub-par for sport and wildlife photography. It isn't specifically for this use, and even if you were to try and capture fast-moving subjects from a distance, the resulting images would lack sharpness and detail because of the camera's small sensor and poor overall image quality. Though it can shoot at a decent 7 fps, it only shoots in short bursts, which can cause you to miss a critical moment while waiting for the camera to empty its buffer. You also can't zoom in on far-away subjects since its lens has a fixed focal length.

Pros
  • Sturdy, waterproof design.
  • Highly portable.
Cons
  • No autofocus system.
  • Poor image quality.
  • Can only shoot short burst photos at limited speeds.
  • Fixed aperture and focal length.
7.5 Vlogging

The DJI Osmo Action is good for vlogging. It's incredibly portable for low-profile vlogging, and it has a front-facing screen with Live View, meaning you can see yourself while you record. On top of that, its video stabilization feature does a fantastic job smoothing out camera shake if you record while walking, though enabling it incurs a noticeable crop. Its video quality isn't very impressive, so footage doesn't appear very sharp or detailed, especially when shooting in low light.

Pros
  • Fantastic video stabilization.
  • No recording time limit.
  • Front-facing screen for self-recording.
Cons
  • Disappointing video quality.
5.6 Studio Video

The DJI Osmo Action is inadequate for studio video, and it isn't specifically for this use. Its overall video quality is disappointing, resulting in footage that isn't very sharp or detailed, with heavy grain and noise. Its lens also has a fixed aperture and focal length, severely limiting your shooting options, and it doesn't have a lot of inputs for accessories like headphones or a microphone.

Pros
  • No recording time limit.
Cons
  • Disappointing video quality.
  • No autofocus system.
  • Fixed aperture and focal length.
  • No microphone, headphone, or HDMI ports.
8.7 Action Video

The DJI Osmo Action is excellent for action video. You can easily mount it onto a helmet or chest rig, and it's sturdy and waterproof to an advertised depth of 11m. It has a fantastic video stabilization feature to help smooth out camera shake. It also has a lot of frame rate options, including 4k up to 60 fps and 1080p up to 240 fps, meaning you can capture various kinds of slow-motion video. The video quality in 4k and 1080p isn't the most impressive, so footage doesn't look very sharp or detailed, especially at night or indoors with less lighting.

Pros
  • Sturdy, waterproof design.
  • Lots of frame rate options in FHD.
  • Fantastic video stabilization.
  • No recording time limit.
Cons
  • Disappointing video quality.
  • 5.3 Travel Photography
  • 6.2 Landscape Photography
  • 5.1 Sport & Wildlife Photography
  • 7.5 Vlogging
  • 5.6 Studio Video
  • 8.7 Action Video
  1. Updated May 17, 2022: Due to issues we encountered while testing JPEG photos taken with action cameras, we've removed the data and scores for JPEG image quality tests: 'Photo Sharpness', 'Photo JPEG Color Accuracy', and 'Photo JPEG Noise'.
  2. Updated Apr 22, 2022: Converted to Test Bench 0.8.
  3. Updated Oct 14, 2021: Added additional information to 'Screen' section about the second front-facing screen.
  4. Updated Oct 06, 2021: Updated 'Clean HDMI Output' and 'Advertised Max Chroma Sampling Over HDMI' fields from 'Not advertised' to 'No HDMI'.
  5. Updated Aug 05, 2021: Reuploaded 'The Stairway' sample photo.
  6. Updated Mar 31, 2021: Review published.
  7. Updated Mar 29, 2021: Early access published.

Test Results

perceptual testing image
Design
9.7
Design
Portability
Height
1.7" (4.4 cm)
Width
2.6" (6.6 cm)
Depth
1.4" (3.5 cm)
Volume
6.2 in³ (102.0 cm³)
Weight
0.26 lbs (0.12 kg)
Weight With Lens
0.26 lbs (0.12 kg)

The DJI Osmo is highly portable. Without its mounting frame, it's a tiny bit smaller and lighter than the GoPro HERO10 Black and GoPro HERO9 Black. You can easily slip it into a small bag or jacket pocket for easy transport.

9.0
Design
Build Quality

The DJI Osmo feels very solidly built. It's made mostly of hard plastic with a textured plastic grip around the body. The battery and SD card slot cover feels secure when locked. Unlike cheaper action cameras like the AKASO V50X, it's rated as waterproof to a depth of 11m without a protective case. DJI advertises that it can also withstand temperatures as low as -10C. The camera also has a built-in heat sink and vents to help dissipate heat and prevent overheating.

Design
Body
Water Resistance
Waterproof
Rugged
No
Hot Shoe
No
Customizable Button
No
Command Dial
0
Tripod Mount
No
Lens Mount
No Lens Mount
Built-In Flash
No
Design
In The Box

  • DJI Osmo Action camera
  • 1x AB1-1300mAh-3.85V battery
  • Battery and SD card case
  • Camera frame
  • 1x flat adhesive mount
  • 1x curved adhesive mount
  • Quick release base
  • Locking screw
  • USB-A to USB-C cable
  • User manual and safety guidelines

6.0
Design
Ergonomics & Comfort
Hand Grip: Small Hand
No Hand Grip
Hand Grip: Medium Hand
No Hand Grip
Hand Grip: Large Hand
No Hand Grip
Hand Grip: Extra-Large Hand
No Hand Grip

This camera isn't for handheld use, so it doesn't have any ergonomic features aside from the rubberized texture around the body to help you maintain a secure grip when holding the camera. Because of its robust build and waterproofing, the power and record buttons are somewhat hard to press down, but it's acceptably comfortable overall, and the touchscreen is very responsive.

Design
Viewfinder
Viewfinder Type
No Viewfinder
Advertised Coverage
N/A
Advertised Resolution
N/A
Advertised Magnification
N/A
6.4
Design
Screen
Screen Articulation Type
Dual Screen
Screen Max Brightness
615 cd/m²
Advertised Resolution
N/A
Size
2.2" (5.6 cm)
Touchscreen
Yes

The DJI Osmo has two screens. On the back is its primary touchscreen, which you use to navigate its menu and settings. It gets quite bright, so you can see it fairly clear when it's sunny out. If you find the screen too small, you can also use the DJI Mimo app on your phone to adjust settings. This camera has a second screen on the front that can be used for Live View while recording and also displays information like shooting mode, remaining battery life, and SD card info.

8.5
Design
Menu System
Guide Mode
Yes
App Name
DJI Mimo

The DJI Osmo Action has an excellent menu system. It's simple and easy to navigate using the touchscreen. You can easily access all relevant settings by simply swiping the screen from each side to access the different menus. Swiping from the left side, for example, brings up exposure parameters and lets you adjust things like shutter speed and ISO, swiping down from the top gives you access to its 'Settings' menu and screen options like 'Brightness' and 'Screen Lock', swiping up lets you change resolution, frame rate, and stabilization, and finally swiping right pulls up the playback menu. If you find the screen too small, you can also control the camera and adjust settings on your smartphone through the DJI Mimo companion app.

Design
Assistance Functions
Level Display
No
Grid Lines
Photo & Video
Histogram
No
Zebra Pattern
No
Focus Peaking
No
Waveform
No

The DJI Osmo doesn't have many assistance functions aside from grid lines to help with framing. The camera does have a voice control function, which is handy if you don't want to, or can't, swipe through the menu.

If you use the DJI Mimo app, you can access histogram and zebra pattern features to help you assess a photo's exposure. However, these assistance features aren't accessible on the camera itself.

6.6
Design
Lens
Lens Type
Built-in
Maximum Aperture
2.8
Max Aperture (Full-Frame Equivalent)
f/15.6
Minimum Focal Length
3 mm
Maximum Focal Length
3 mm
Max Focal Length (Full-Frame Equivalent)
17 mm
Optical Image Stabilization
No
Luminance
97.3%
Light Falloff
53.7%

The manufacturer sells ND filters for the DJI Osmo Action, which you screw onto the lens. Also, while the lens has a wide-angle fisheye field of view by default, the camera has a 'Dewarp' function to digitally remove the fisheye effect.

Design
Sensor
Sensor Type
CMOS
Advertised Effective Pixels
12 MP
Processor
Unspecified
Extended ISO Minimum
N/A
Native ISO Minimum (Base ISO)
100
Native ISO Maximum
3,200
Tested Firmware
V01.10.00.40
7.5
Design
Battery
Battery Type
AB1-1300mAh-3.85V
USB Charging
Yes
Use When Charging
Yes
Advertised Battery Life In Photo
N/A
Tested Battery Life In Video
85 min

This camera has good battery life. It lasts a decently long time when recording video, though it can vary depending on what settings you use. For instance, DJI advertises it to last up to 135 minutes when shooting in 1080p/30fps with 'RockSteady' stabilization disabled, as opposed to 63 minutes when shooting in 4k/60fps with 'RockSteady' enabled. We conducted our video battery test at 4k/30fps. All that to say, you can get a solid amount of recording out of it on a full charge, but it's still a safe bet to carry a spare battery or a portable battery pack for longer shooting days.

Photo General
Photo General
Photo Features
JPEG File Format
Yes
Raw File Format
DNG
Shutter
Electronic
Slowest Shutter Speed
120 s
Fastest Shutter Speed
1/8,000 s
Silent Shooting
Yes
HDR
Yes
Time Lapse
Yes
6.5
Photo General
Photo Shooting Speed
Low Speed Continuous
3 fps
High Speed Continuous
7 fps
Silent Shooting Continuous
7 fps
Raw Buffer Size
7 Photos
JPEG Buffer Size
7 Photos
Buffer Empty Time
6 s

This camera can only take small bursts of 3 fps, 5 fps, or 7 fps. It isn't meant for very fast continuous shooting, but it comes in handy if you just want to capture a brief moment of fast action.

0
Photo General
Photo Autofocus
Object Tracking Success Rate
N/A
Face Tracking Success Rate
N/A
Face Detection Distance
N/A
Eye Detection
No
Advertised Coverage
N/A
Advertised Focus Points
N/A

This camera doesn't have an autofocus system. Since its built-in lens has a very narrow fixed aperture, it creates a very large depth of field, keeping everything in focus.

4.2
Photo General
Photo Image Stabilization
Minimum Shutter Speed Achieved
1/80 s
In-Body Image Stabilization
No

This camera doesn't have any image stabilization features in photo mode.

Photo Image Quality
5.1
Photo Image Quality
Photo RAW Dynamic Range
SNR 18% After Exposure Recovery
29.32 dB
Dynamic Range At Base ISO
8.0 f-stops
Dynamic Range At ISO 800
6.5 f-stops
Dynamic Range At ISO 3200
8.2 f-stops

The DJI Osmo has poor dynamic range when shooting in RAW format. Pushing the exposure more than a stop or two results in very noisy photos, and its usable dynamic range is disappointing even at its base ISO.

not tested
Photo Image Quality
Photo Sharpness
JPEG Sharpness At Base ISO
N/A
JPEG Sharpness At ISO 800
N/A
JPEG Sharpness At ISO 3200
N/A
RAW Sharpness At Base ISO
N/A
RAW Sharpness At ISO 800
N/A
RAW Sharpness At ISO 3200
N/A
not tested
Photo Image Quality
Photo JPEG Color Accuracy
Color Difference (dE2000) At Base ISO
N/A
Color Difference (dE2000) At ISO 800
N/A
Color Difference (dE2000) At ISO 3200
N/A
not tested
Photo Image Quality
Photo JPEG Noise
SNR 18% At Base ISO
N/A
SNR 18% At ISO 800
N/A
SNR 18% At ISO 3200
N/A
6.0
Photo Image Quality
Photo RAW Noise
RAW SNR 18% At Base ISO
39.33 dB
RAW SNR 18% At ISO 200
37.19 dB
RAW SNR 18% At ISO 400
34.74 dB
RAW SNR 18% At ISO 800
31.97 dB
RAW SNR 18% At ISO 1600
28.95 dB
RAW SNR 18% At ISO 3200
25.16 dB
RAW SNR 18% At ISO 6400
N/A
RAW SNR 18% At ISO 12800
N/A
RAW SNR 18% At ISO 25600
N/A
RAW SNR 18% At ISO 51200
N/A

The DJI Osmo has mediocre RAW noise handling. You don't have a lot of leeway to adjust a photo's exposure when processing RAW files, especially when shooting at higher ISO settings in low light.

Photo Image Quality
Test Scene Pictures Download
JPEG Picture At Base ISO Download
JPEG Picture At ISO 400 Download
JPEG Picture At ISO 800 Download
JPEG Picture At ISO 1600 Download
JPEG Picture At ISO 3200 Download
JPEG Picture At ISO 6400 N/A
JPEG Picture At ISO 12800 N/A
JPEG Picture At ISO 25600 N/A
JPEG Picture At ISO 51200 N/A
RAW Picture At Base ISO Download
RAW Picture At ISO 400 Download
RAW Picture At ISO 800 Download
RAW Picture At ISO 1600 Download
RAW Picture At ISO 3200 Download
RAW Picture At ISO 6400 N/A
RAW Picture At ISO 12800 N/A
RAW Picture At ISO 25600 N/A
RAW Picture At ISO 51200 N/A
Pictures Sample Gallery
Pictures Sample Gallery
The Skate Park Picture
JPEG Skate Park Picture Download
RAW Skate Park Picture Download
Pictures Sample Gallery
The Polish Church Picture
JPEG Polish Church Picture Download
RAW Polish Church Picture Download
Pictures Sample Gallery
The Studio Picture
JPEG Studio Picture Download
RAW Studio Picture Download
Pictures Sample Gallery
The Stairway Picture
JPEG Stairway Picture Download
RAW Stairway Picture Download
Video General
Video General
Video Features
Full HD Video
Yes
4k Video
Yes
6k Video
No
Clean HDMI Output
No HDMI
Advertised Max Chroma Sampling Over HDMI
No HDMI
Advertised Max Bit Depth Over HDMI
N/A
Log Picture Profile
No
Recording Light
Yes

In addition to 4k and 1080p (Full HD), the DJI Osmo Action can also record video in 2.7k.

Video General
Audio
Audio Test Sample
Audio Recording
Stereo
Microphone Level Display
No
Video General
Video File Format And Compression
MP4 H.264 / MPEG-4 AVC
Yes
MP4 H.265 / HEVC
No
MOV H.264 / MPEG-4 AVC
Yes
MOV H.265 / HEVC
No
AVCHD H.264 / MPEG-4 AVC
No
All-I Compression
No
4k Video
9.5
4k Video
4k Video Frame Rate
240 fps In 4k
No
120 fps In 4k
No
60 fps In 4k
Yes
30 fps In 4k
Yes
24 fps In 4k
Yes
4k Crop At Max Available fps
1 x

The DJI Osmo can record 4k video at up to 60 fps, which is great for recording smooth action video.

8.2
4k Video
4k Video Internal Recording
Bitrate Maximum In 4k
100 Mbps
Bitrate Minimum In 4k
100 Mbps
Chroma Sampling In 4k
4:2:0
Bit Depth In 4k
8 Bit
Record Time Limit In 4k
N/A
Overheat Recording Interruptions in 4k
0

The DJI Osmo Action has great internal recording specs in 4k. There's no recording time limit, which is good for recording longer videos, although the camera splits video files into shorter 5 minute and 30 second clips. Although it doesn't overheat enough to shut down and interrupt shooting, the camera does get very hot to the touch after lengthy recording sessions.

0
4k Video
4k Video Autofocus Performance
Object Tracking In 4k
0
Face Tracking In 4k
0
Face Detection In 4k
No
Eye Detection In 4k
No

The DJI Osmo doesn't have an autofocus system. Since its built-in lens has a very narrow fixed aperture, it creates a very large depth of field, keeping everything in focus.

8.5
4k Video
4k Video Stabilization
Walking Test In 4k
4.92 pixels/frame
Running Test In 4k
13.95 pixels/frame
In-Body Video Image Stabilization In 4k
No
4k Video Stabilization Crop
1.3 x

The DJI Osmo has excellent video stabilization in 4k. Its 'RockSteady' digital stabilization does a fantastic job smoothing out camera shake whether you're moving quickly or slowly, but enabling it incurs a noticeable 1.3x crop.

5.7
4k Video
4k Video Quality
Low Light Capability In 4k
5.0
Test Scene Extract In 4k
6.3

The video quality is disappointing in 4k. It's especially bad in low light, where video looks grainy and lacking in detail, but even in more controlled lighting conditions, videos look soft and noisy.

8.2
4k Video
4k Video Rolling Shutter Effect
4k Rolling Shutter
2.0°

Thankfully, there's isn't too much rolling shutter effect in 4k, even when panning the camera very quickly.

Full HD Video
10
Full HD Video
FHD Video Frame Rate
240 fps In FHD
Yes
120 fps In FHD
Yes
60 fps In FHD
Yes
30 fps In FHD
Yes
24 fps In FHD
Yes
FHD Crop At Max Available fps
1 x

The DJI Osmo Action can shoot at up to 240 fps in 1080p, allowing you to record slow-motion video at various playback speeds. It's great for incorporating slow-motion action shots of fast movement.

8.3
Full HD Video
FHD Video Internal Recording
Bitrate Maximum In FHD
100 Mbps
Bitrate Minimum In FHD
35 Mbps
Chroma Sampling In FHD
4:2:0
Bit Depth In FHD
8 Bit
Record Time Limit in FHD
N/A

The DJI Osmo has impressive internal recording capability in 1080p, mostly because it doesn't impose a time limit on your videos. As it does in 4k, it splits longer video files into shorter 5m30s clips.

0
Full HD Video
FHD Video Autofocus Performance
Object Tracking In FHD
0
Face Tracking In FHD
0
Face Detection In FHD
No
Eye Detection In FHD
No

This camera doesn't have an autofocus system. Since its built-in lens has a very narrow fixed aperture, it creates a very large depth of field, keeping everything in focus.

8.7
Full HD Video
FHD Video Stabilization
Walking Test In FHD
2.55 pixels/frame
Running Test In FHD
5.92 pixels/frame
In-Body Video Image Stabilization In FHD
No
FHD Video Stabilization Crop
1.3 x

The DJI Osmo smooths out camera shake incredibly well in 1080p, although enabling its 'RockSteady' digital stabilization feature incurs a noticeable 1.3x crop. Note that 'RockSteady' isn't available when shooting slow-motion at 120 and 240 fps.

4.8
Full HD Video
FHD Video Quality
Low Light Capability In FHD
5.0
Test Scene Extract In FHD
4.6

1080p video quality on the DJI Osmo is disappointing. Even in more well-lit environments, the image looks soft and poorly rendered. In low light, there's heavy grain and visual noise.

8.2
Full HD Video
FHD Video Rolling Shutter Effect
FHD Rolling Shutter
2.0°

There's very little noticeable rolling shutter effect in 1080p, so you can pan the camera quickly without skewing subjects or backgrounds.

Storage And Connectivity
Storage And Connectivity
Storage
Card 1 Slot
microSD Card UHS-I
Card 2 Slot
No 2nd Card Slot

The DJI Osmo takes microSD cards with UHS-I ratings, so it can't take advantage of faster UHS-II cards.

4.5
Storage And Connectivity
Inputs / Outputs
USB
USB-C
HDMI
No
Headphones
No
Microphone
No Microphone input
Wi-Fi
Yes
Bluetooth
Yes

There's only a single input on the DJI Osmo Action: the USB-C port, which you can use for charging or to transfer files to your computer. The camera also supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. Unfortunately, there's no mic input, so you're stuck with the built-in audio unless you record audio separately on an external mic or buy a USB-C-to-3.5mm adapter. You can even find adapters designed specifically for this camera, but getting an adapter comes at an additional cost.

Differences Between Sizes And Variants

The DJI Osmo Action is available in 'Gray/Black', and you can see our unit's label here.

If you come across another version, let us know in the discussions, and we'll update our review.

Compared To Other Cameras

The DJI Osmo Action is a solid GoPro alternative that feels well-constructed, has intuitive controls, and offers a wide range of frame rate options to help you shoot action video or vlogs, which is made easier thanks to its second front-facing screen. However, it can get quite hot with continuous use, and video quality leaves a lot to be desired.

For more options, check out our recommendations for the best GoPro alternatives, the best action cameras, and the best sport video cameras.

DJI Pocket 2

The DJI Osmo Action and the DJI Pocket 2 are very different cameras. The Osmo Action is a more typical action camera, while the Pocket 2 is a unique camera with a built-in gimbal for stabilized handheld shooting and vlogging. The Pocket 2 has a slightly larger sensor, which gives it better image and video quality, particularly in low light. However, the Osmo Action is more versatile for action video because it's waterproof, and you can mount it onto any number of accessories and objects, like helmets and chest rigs.

AKASO Brave 7 LE

The DJI Osmo Action is better overall than the AKASO Brave 7 LE, though both are highly portable and feature front-facing screens that are helpful for vlogging. Still, the DJI feels better built and offers more frame rate options, including 4k up to 60 fps and 1080p up to 240 fps, compared to 4k / 30 fps and 1080p up to 120 fps on the AKASO. The DJI also has a better stabilization feature and delivers better overall video quality.

GoPro HERO10 Black

The GoPro HERO10 Black is better than the DJI Osmo Action. The GoPro has more frame rate and resolution options, including 5.3k video up to 60 fps and 4k video up to 120 fps. It also has better stabilization performance, more field of view options, and better video quality, especially in low light.

GoPro HERO9 Black

The GoPro HERO9 Black is a bit better than the DJI Osmo Action. Though both are extremely portable and waterproof with front-facing screens, the GoPro offers more resolution and frame rate options, including 5k video up to 30 fps. The GoPro has a better stabilization feature, delivers better overall video quality, and has more field of view options.

GoPro HERO8 Black

The GoPro HERO8 Black and the DJI Osmo Action perform similarly overall. They're both incredibly portable, well-built, and waterproof. Each can shoot in 4k up to 60 fps and 1080p up to 240 fps. While the GoPro has a slightly better stabilization feature, it imposes a more severe crop. Unlike the GoPro, the DJI also features a front-facing screen with Live View, so it's the better option for vlogging.

GoPro HERO7 Black

The GoPro HERO7 Black and the DJI Osmo Action perform similarly overall, though each has its advantages over the other for action video. Both are incredibly portable, waterproof, and easy to use, but the DJI has a longer battery life and a front-facing screen that you can use to monitor yourself. The GoPro, on the other hand, has better stabilization performance and has a Micro HDMI port built-in for easy external playback.

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