Drone maker DJI is no stranger to great and small cameras and lenses. The company’s drones capture some of the best aerial footage around, which is why DJI’s first stab at an action cam—the Osmo Action—was a hit. It was more or less a GoPro clone, but it added a full-color front screen, a feature GoPro copied later on.
For its second take on the genre, DJI appears to have cast a fond eye at another competitor—Insta360, which pioneered an interchangeable lens system on an action camera. DJI’s GoPro clone innovated in some really clever ways, but the new Action 2 is less compelling.
On paper, its specs are solid. There’s
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