Running around the office with the DJI Osmo Mobile 2, I got a lot of questions. Specifically I got exactly two questions repeatedly. The first was about what I was holding. Each time, I explained that the weird selfie stick-like contraption I'd put my phone in was a mechanised gimbal that automatically stabilizes my phone as I move around, so I can shoot video footage so smooth it looks like it was shot with the aid of a professional Steadicam. Then I'd jostle the little joystick on the Osmo's handle, causing the entire arm of the thing to swivel around for a perfectly smooth pan, eliciting looks of impressed satisfaction. That's when people would ask the inevitable second question: How much does this magic cost? When I told them it was $209.95, I'd get another set of contented nods. Considering how slick the Osmo is, the price is very reasonable. It's about as close to a no-brainer as phone accessory can be nowadays.