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Freefly MoVI Pro – One 3-Axis Gimbal Stabiliser to Rule Them All!

Three years after revolutionizing the industry, Freefly Systems are back with their next generation 3-axis gimbal stabilizer – the Freefly MoVI Pro! You probably remember the Freefly Systems MoVI M10 promo with Vincent Laforet in 2013, which took the filmmaking industry by storm and literally spawned off a whole

Cinematic Camera Moves with the DJI Osmo Mobile

Last week we took a closer look at the DJI Osmo Mobile’s ability to shoot stunning time-lapse and hyper-lapse videos on the go. Now, we’ll focus on some of the essential cinematic moves one can achieve with the DJI’s proprietary gimbal/camera system. Even though DJI utilizes the Osmo

Enhance Your Camerawork with These 7 Essential Gimbal Movements

Beyond any doubt, 3-axis gimbal stabilizers are fantastic tools for capturing buttery smooth footage that can be used in a variety of creative projects and applications. But more importantly, they create motion that can have a substantial emotional impact on your audience hence serving your storytelling in a

Pimp Up Your DJI Osmo Gimbal With These Handy Accessories

Although the Zenmuse X3 camera of the DJI Osmo isn’t the best low light performer out there, the gimbal itself has its strengths and qualities as it’s already a quite popular solution among independent filmmakers and enthusiasts alike who prefer to travel light while having a portable

A Quick Tip: Balancing the URSA Mini on the DJI Ronin

Even though the latest URSA Mini in all its flavours is significantly smaller and lighter in comparison to the original URSA camera, the former still brings a lot of challenges to the table, especially when it comes to rigging and mounting the unit on a gimbal such as the popular

An Affordable Camera Dolly System from CAME-TV

Many people tend to believe that the 3-axis brushless gimbal stabilisers have revolutionised filmmaking industry in a way so that they finally succeeded in making obsolete conventional professional systems for capturing smooth and fluent cinematic shots used for decades. Yet, there are certain situations when this isn’t necessarily the