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Tilta Announces New Gravity G2X and G2 Single Grip Stabilizers

Single grip, or pistol-grip gimbal stabilizers for compact mirrorless and DSLR cameras seem to be all the rage these days and there are more and more manufacturers getting into this exciting sub-segment of the “gimbal stabilizer” marketplace. Not that long ago, earlier in the year, even consumer

New 3-Axis YI Action Gimbal for YI 4K+ Action Camera

The new YI Action Gimbal from YI Technology, makers of the popular YI 4K+ action camera, that we wrote about here, promises smooth footage for all, whether you are snowboarding, biking or just walking around. The new 3-axis gimbal stabilizer from YI measures at 26cm in length

Alternative Ways to Use the Zhiyun Crane

The Zhiyun Crane is a low-cost 3-axis gimbal stabilizer primarily designed for small cameras such as the Sony A7S II, Panasonic GH5, and others with a similar form factor. With its 360-degree unlimited rotation and portable solid build, the Zhiyun Crane offers a compelling solution for solo

13 Essential Gimbal Moves For Your Creative Workflow

Gimbal stabilizers are exactly what you need to create the perfect visual aesthetics for any of your narrative productions and immerse your audience deeper into the story. You can easily do so by employing some essential gimbal movements on any creative project you have to do. So,

New Nebula 5100 Pistol Grip 3-Axis Gimbal with Built-In Encoders

Filmpower, who were mainly responsible for popularising the single pistol grip 3-axis gimbal systems for DSLRs and compact cameras, have announced their latest Nebula 5100 3-axis gimbal. The new stabilizer features built-in encoders and a maximum payload of a hefty 2.5kgs (around 5.5 lbs) making it more than capable of

Pilotfly H2 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer Footage

You may remember the pistol grip 3-axis stabilizer craze that started last year with the Nebula 4000 from FilmPower, which spawned numerous competitor products namely gimbals from budget manufacturers such as CAME-TV and Pilotfly. The latter had the H1 and later H1+ which offered a lightweight single