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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

Steadicam vs DJI Ronin Gimbal Shootout

If you ever wondered whether a 3-axis gimbal like the DJI Ronin can be on par with a conventional Steadicam system delivering the same results in terms of performance and stability for a fraction of the cost then the video ahead might give you some answers. Videographer Bart Johnson

The Pros and Cons of the 4K DJI Osmo Handheld Gimbal

Earlier in October last year the leading consumer ready-to-fly systems manufacturer DJI surprisingly announced its single hand gimbal camera/system named OSMO – a completed hand-held gimbal solution that boasts a sleek and innovative design and comes with integrated spherical camera on top providing 4K recording along with the ability to capture some really cool slow

solidLUUV – the Ultimate All-In-One Compact Camera Stabilizer

Stabilization is still a challenge and an essential issue for many videographers and enthusiasts who prefer to shoot video with their smartphone, GoPro or another small compact camera. Sure, there are already various dedicated pistol-grip stabilizers on the market that might do a decent job, yet most of them are only