Watch Out DJI OSMO – the New ROXOR 4K Gimbal Camera is Just $199

Not even two weeks ago things in the hand held gimbal market became even more interesting with the latest announcement from DJI – the Osmo – a full fledged single hand 3-axis stabiliser with an integrated 4K camera for less than $700! As crazy as it sounds, things got even more interesting just a few hours ago today when Filmpower, makers of the popular Nebula 4000 pistol grip gimbal, that spawned a litany of similarly designed competing gimbals such as the Pilotfly H1+, CAME Single and Beholder MS1, announced their DJI OSMO competitor gimbal camera called ROXOR.

Not many details are known at this point, other than a 3D rendering of what the unit will hopefully look like in 4-5 weeks time when it will start to ship, but if you thought that the DJI OSMO is expensive, you can get the Filmpower Roxor at the insanely low pre-order price of just $199!

The ROXOR features a 4K camera with an integrated 3-axis single hand gimbal and an LCD Screen (something the OSMO does not have, with it you have to use your smart phone to monitor) and is expected to sell upon release for $399, which is still almost half what the low priced OSMO costs, and for those who pre-order now Filmpower will knock-off 50% – thus giving you a chance go own a tiny stabiliser for just $200.

roxor gimbal

Filmpower ROXOR Features

  1. Integrated 3-axis Stabilized 4K Camera System
  2. Built-in LCD screen
  3. Smart Gimbal Fully Stabilized 4K video
  4. 4K/2.7K and 1080p Resolutions
  5. 12MP Photo,Time-Lapse photography
  6. Slow motion 1080/60p  and 720/120fps
  7. Wi-Fi monitor and remote control with smartphone
  8. Smart battery can be replaced  2 hour of video & photo
  9. 1/4 Screw Suite of accessories coming soon……


As a reminder, Filmpower also recently announced their new line of pistol grip gimbals – mainly the 5-axis Nebula 4200, which features an improved spring based 2 hand design to deal with unwanted vertical movement from walking or running. For those who’d rather stick around with the older and now classic Nebula 4000, you can pick one up at a discounted price of $600 from B&H here.

The Filmpower Roxor can be pre-ordered for $199 directly from Filmpower starting October 18th and first units are expected to ship in 4-5 weeks.

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  • Edward Frank

    What about video storage? Does it use sd cards or internal storage? If SD cards, what specs?

    • Ogy Stoilov

      We’ve reached out to Filmpower for more information. There isnt any information at the moment other than what is in the article. Once we know more, you’ll know too.

    • Eugene Slov

      it uses TF (Micro SD)

  • muchrockness

    lol @ that screen size. And then there’s the unanswered questions, why aren’t there any samples available so people can make an informed purchase? Dynamic range, color accuracy, bitrate, autoexposure, gimbal smoothness, lens aperture and focal length? With the amount of crucial information they’ve failed to supply at this time, it’s easy to figure out what kind of shopper this product is targeting.

    • a bit difficult to answer those based on 3d rendering… but I am sure in time we’ll know. Once we do, you guys will know as well. have patience.

  • BillPosters

    Funny how it’s only a 3d rendering but shipping in 4 to 5 weeks. Think I’ll put my money on it not shipping that soon, on account of it not existing and all.

  • Photoshare

    I imagine that they we’re working in this when DJI stole their thunder with the OSMO. Since they’re still not ready they likely decided to lower their pre order price to hopefully cut into DJI’s sales while they ramp up production.

  • Aypote Wong

    I asked them. Do they have 1 year warranty or not? They did not answer.

    • I am sure they;ll have some sort of warranty, maybe six months at least if not a year, but they have to offer some guarantee. We’ve asked for more details and waiting to hear

  • Pitiwat Kaivutiwong

    Just ordered here to talk with whom that paid

  • iphoto27

    Don’t be fooled, it’s $400.00 on their web sites.

  • I saw this at CES – really looked like a toy. Not that looks is everything – but I think it’s worth about $250 max. I also looked at iphone gimbals – not a single company has a US Office or US Support. Bad news….so I bought an Osmo when they lowered the price.