DJI, usually on the forefront of new technology within their specific niche, seems to be looking to compete with the Zhiyun Crane 2 gimbal with the announcement of the new Ronin-S gimbal. The DJI Ronin-S is a handheld gimbal that is large enough for your common DSLR (and mirrorless of course) video configurations without requiring such a payload capacity of the larger gimbals that are much more expensive.
The thing that caught my eye immediately is the design that puts the payload (your camera) above the roll axis, which makes your camera's built-in display free of obstruction. This is a huge deal for those who use cameras that don't have an articulating lcd screen.
DJI claims this unique design also frees the gimbal from unwanted shake as you shift from underslung to normal upright in one smooth motion.
The Ronin-S also features a detachable design which allows for mounting to an RC buggy for low-angle shots, or even act as a stabilized remote head when mounted to a jib or crane. What DJI calls the DJI Focus Command Unit appears to be following suit from the Zhiyun Crane 2 with the ability to pull focus while operating with the standard handle (not mounted to a jib or buggy). These compact handheld gimbals featuring the ability to pull focus without some form of external follow focus equipment is a huge deal to me by giving creative control with minimal gear.
The DJI Ronin-S isn't available for purchase yet, but there is a sign up to be notified form on their website, so you can be notified when it becomes available.
Learn more about the Ronin-S on the DJI website.