DJI Osmo Action hands-on: GoPro should be worried

It’s a direct competitor to GoPro’s Hero 7 Black, matching it on almost every spec while also offering a few completely unique features — like a front-facing selfie screen.

While we’re used to seeing DJI’s products in the sky, the company’s new camera can be placed on helmets, bike frames, or electric skateboards since it works with almost all GoPro mounts that are already out there.

The biggest downside is that the image crops more than GoPro’s, in both photo and video.

Instead of having to open an app, you can actually glance down and check your framing on the camera’s front-facing screen.

The Action has ND filters for bright, sunny days, and there is no question they won’t fall off when you jump in the water thanks to the screw-on mounting system.

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