Sharing Our Live Streaming Experience with DJI Osmo Pocket 3 and CameraFi Live

Hello, this is the CameraFi team! Recently, we walked along the Gyeongui Line Forest Park in Seoul and live-streamed the experience using the DJI Osmo Pocket 3 and CameraFi Live app. Here’s a quick overview of our experience.

Watch the Live Broadcast in the Video Below!

How We Set It Up

    1. CameraFi Live App
    Google play store link

    2. DJI Osmo Pocket 3
    Product link

    3. Galaxy S24 Ultra

    4. Portable Charger
    *You need to stream while supplying power to ensure smooth usage. Please make sure to connect a portable charger.

    5. USB-C to USB OTG Adapter and Charger Cable
    Product link

    6. Smartphone Stand
    Product link

    How to Set Up

    1. Install the CameraFi Live app on your Android smartphone.
    2. Connect the DJI Osmo Pocket 3 to your Android phone.
    3. Connect a portable charger to your Android phone. You need to stream while supplying power to ensure smooth usage. 
    4. Launch the CameraFi Live app, select your desired platform such as YouTube or Facebook, and start streaming.

    The Live Streaming Experience

    We broadcasted on the CameraFi Facebook page for about 45 minutes.

    Simple Integration

    You can easily connect the Osmo Pocket 3 to CameraFi Live android app. The app’s user-friendly interface makes setup quick, allowing you to stream high-quality video in real-time. You can also use various effects like clock overlays, subtitles, moving animations, and real-time chat to enhance your live stream. You can see these effects in our live stream.

    AI Tracking

    The DJI Osmo Pocket 3’s AI tracking technology kept us centered in the frame as we moved through the park, delivering smooth and professional-looking footage. It tracked moving subjects well, especially people in motion.


    Q1. How long does the battery last? 

    We connected a portable battery to charge while streaming and the test results are as follows:

    • Before the broadcast: the smartphone battery was at 91%, and the Osmo Pocket 3 battery was at 100%.
    • After the broadcast: the smartphone battery was at 95%, and the Osmo Pocket 3 battery was at 52%.
    Note: This test was conducted using the standard Osmo battery. Using the Osmo extended battery will allow for longer broadcasting times.

    Q2. Can I connect it to an iPhone or iPad?

    You can connect smoothly to an iPad, but it is not compatible with an iPhone because iPhone does not support USB camera connections. Please refer to the link below for iPad connection examples!

    Q3. How much does it weigh?

    When set up as described above, the weight is about 600g, so it is not heavy to lift with one hand :)

    (Setup: DJI Osmo Pocket 3 + Galaxy S24 Ultra + Portable Charger + Smartphone Stand)


    Our live stream with the DJI Osmo Pocket 3 and CameraFi Live was a success. The setup was easy, and the AI tracking was impressive. If you’re looking to start live streaming, we highly recommend this combination.

    Thank you for joining us on this journey. Stay tuned for more live streaming tips and adventures!