So many of us have found out how much we can do with the new Wireless Module. But many cases mostly make it impossible to use together.
The Osmo Pocket is great but when filming some find it too small and dainty in the hand to get the kind of control they like. When finished filming the case does its job to protect the Osmo Pocket but it's often on the way to or from filming that drops often occur when there's no case to protect it! With this in mind, we designed a Wireless Full Case that could still provide good protection while filming as well as elsewhere.
The new Osmo Pocket Wireless Full Case, like it’s little brother, is loaded with five ¼-20 attachment points. Unlock the latch and you’ll see the inside is lined in a soft felt-like material to gently protect your Osmo Pocket from rub points and scratches that you get from cheap unlined cases.
The Osmo Pocket and Wireless Module fit perfectly inside. Close the door and lock the latch to secure your precious cargo.
For filming, we suggest also using the locking ring on top. The beauty of this ring is that it will give you a protective bumper to mostly protect the Osmo Pocket while filming.
When you're finished filming the lined cap gently holds your Osmo even with a filter on - all locked down! The Osmo Pocket Wireless Full Case is beast that in development we called it the “TNO” which stood for “The Nuclear Option”! This new case has a better grip width together with ergonomic grooves for easy grip in the left or right hand. When using a firm grip your forearm muscles lock and this helps prevent some of the micro-movements that you previously found with this light camera.
These cases can be used on their own but are also custom-designed for use with the soon to be released new Micro 4th Axis. The Micro 4th Axis uses the popular ¼-20 attachment so it can be used with other cameras such as GoPros, Osmo Action, Insta360 and Vuse too.
There are front and back sound pipes so that the base mic can still record audio too. We’ve also maximised the wireless signal for you by exposing the sides where the bluetooth and wifi transmitters are.