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CosmostreamerDJI Pocket Osmo

A lot of connection variants with RPI4B box version
Connections with RPI3A+ box version
Box version RPI4B
Box version RPI4B with RC panel. RC receiver (X8R on photo) not included!
Box version RPI3A+
Box version RPI3A+ with RC panel. RC receiver (X8R on photo) not included!
Cosmostreamer for DJI Pocket Osmo box versions

Cosmostreamerfor DJI Pocket Osmo

A small black box with a microcomputer inside allows you to remotely control the camera, output a video stream via HDMI, stream video in a local network. And many other possibilities ...

Cosmostreamer connects to DJI Pocket Osmo and receives video and telemetry, which are then transmitted to the control program or/and to the HDMI output. Cosmostreamer also accepts commands from the control program or from specialized devices and converts them into commands for the camera.

Cosmostreamer may be connected to DJI Pocket Osmo with USB cable (most stable way) or with Wi-Fi (not stable).


Cosmostreamer uses the same protocol as standard DJI MIMO, so it has some limitations:
  • No audio!
    Camera transmits only video, no audio
    1080p
    Native video stream resolution 1080p@30 on 30 mbit/s
  • Video latency
    150-200ms
    Power
    Camera charging via USB cable from the box
  • Wi-Fi
    Wi-Fi connection to camera (optional) not stable
    Object tracking
    Works fine

Features

  • Video receiving from DJI Pocket Osmo and output on HDMI (video only, no audio!)
  • Video transmition via network in RTSP, SRT, RTMP, raw UDP H264 protocols (Raspberry Pi 4B with Ethernet connection only)
  • DJI Pocket Osmo gimbal control from RC system (SBus/PWM/PPM). USB joystick/gamepad, mouse and keyboard control available from CosmoViewerNG for Windows
  • DJI Pocket Osmo settings control
  • Transparent connection for Android smartphone/tablet for using with DJI MIMO at the same time (Raspberry Pi 4B only)
  • USB microphone/line-in support for adding audio into stream (Raspberry Pi 4B only)
  • Recording video from camera on internal microSD card or USB flash drive (Raspberry Pi 4B only)
01

Cosmostreamer box RPI4B

Based on Raspberry Pi 4B. Two micro-HDMI outputs, Wi-Fi 2.4/5GHz, Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbit/s, 4 USB ports. Power custom USB cable (or any 5V). Telemetry OSD on HDMI is NOT available.

Included: hardware, USB cable, license key, email/Whatsapp/Telegram online support

$270
02

Cosmostreamer box RPI3A+

Based on Raspberry Pi 3A+. Full-size HDMI output, Wi-Fi 2.4/5GHz, 1 USB port. Power micro-USB (or any 5V). Telemetry OSD on HDMI is available.

Included: hardware, USB cable, license key, email/Whatsapp/Telegram online support

$270
03

Cosmostreamer box JetsonNano

Based on Jetson Nano 2GB. Full-size HDMI output, Wi-Fi 2.4/5GHz, 3 USB port. Telemetry OSD on HDMI is not available.

Included: hardware, USB cable, license key, email/Whatsapp/Telegram online support

$350
04

DIY license key only

A text string that must be saved on the Cosmostreamer for the camera to work. Read DIY instructions

Included: license key string via email, email/Whatsapp/Telegram online support

$150

Accessories

RC panel

Only for RPI box versions. Allows to simply connect any standard RC system receivers with PWM/PPSM/SBus outputs.

$30

Applications

CosmoViewerNG is a main control application for Cosmostreamer.

 

DIY

This is the cheapest and fastest way to get a Cosmostreamer!

Go to DIY page

FAQ

Q: Does object tracking work?
A: Yes, object tracking works on Pocket Osmo with Cosmostreamer

Q: Can I get clean video on HDMI?
A: Yes, sure! Telemetry OSD on HDMI over video is optional and may be easily hidden/shown. Also OSD not works on RPI4B at current time, so only clean viedeo on HDMI is available.

Q: Can I just unplug the power cable from the box??
A: Yes, the file system on the microSD is in read-only mode, so you can unplug the power cable without any problem

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