Gimbal

DIY Gyroscopic Gimbal

DIY Gyroscopic Gimbal

While they’re pretty cheap and easy to come by these days, maker of stuff The Q decided to see if he could build himself a stabilizing rig for a camera for the heck of it. His oversized gimbal uses PVC pipe for its structure, and the platter from a hard drive as its gyro wheel.

Atom Smartphone Gimbal

Atom Smartphone Gimbal

The Atom is a 3-axis gimbal for smartphones that folds down to nearly half its size when not in use. It also has a button for switching between landscape and portrait modes, a programmable slide button, 360º rotation, and lets you charge your phone while it’s docked.

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DJI Osmo Mobile 2

DJI Osmo Mobile 2

The latest version of DJI’s smartphone gimbal is a steal at just $129. Not only is it way cheaper than the original Osmo Mobile, it’s also lighter and can hold phones in portrait mode. It also has a new zoom slider and an automatic panorama mode.

DJI Ronin-S DSLR Gimbal

DJI Ronin-S DSLR Gimbal

DJI’s innovative Ronin-S is a three-axis gimbal for DSLR and mirrorless cameras in a compact and one-handed form. It won’t obstruct your camera’s display, has customizable tracking settings, can be detached from its handle and mounted on a jib and more.

Freefly Movi iPhone Gimbal

Freefly Movi iPhone Gimbal

Freefly used its experience and technology from creating professional camera drones and gimbals to create a gimbal for the iPhone. The Movi also has a free companion iOS app that adds various stabilization, movement and shooting modes.

Aétho GoPro Video Stabilizer

Aétho GoPro Video Stabilizer

An upcoming handheld GoPro gimbal that promises incredibly fluid and stable shooting at a reasonable price. It features an ergonomic design, a built-in LCD screen and a joystick to frame your subject. Check out the preview video now.

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