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    Best Gimbals For DSLR and Smartphones


    Perfect Photography is a Skill not every one of us is gifted with, but with the help of Camera Accessories like Gimbal, you can capture footages that are stable and gives a finishing like Professionals. If you have ever wondered How Professionals Capture Moving Shots in Cameras without any shake and make it Gracefully, Gimbal is the answer. Gimbal is a Balancing device in which you need to fix your camera and the gimbal will Stabilize any shakes that are made by you. More advanced Gimbals can also be operated and moved wirelessly from your mobile device. Today in this article we will list out some of the best Gimbals in 2019 for DSLR, iPhones, and Smartphones.


    Best Gimbals for DSLR

    If you own a DSLR camera, you must also consider getting a Good quality gimbal for yourself as it really enhances the quality of videos being made. Don’t be confused choose from the 2 Best Gimbals that are available in the market for DSLR Cameras given below.


    1) Zhiyun Crane 2:

    Zhiyun is a famous brand in Camera Accessories and they have undoubtedly given their best in manufacturing Zhiyun Crane 2 3-Axis Gimbal designed to stabilize and perfect videos shot by the mirrorless camera and DSLR up to 3.96lb, such as Sony a7S and Panasonic GH4. As its a 3-Axis Gimbal it can stabilize the Rotation, Tilt and PAN, which gives you the complete stability in all the 3 dimensions. Once you learn balancing camera in this Gimbal, you will be creating classic Professional videos for sure. Another Amazing thing about this gimbal is that it supports a Large range of DSLR cameras.


    2) Ikan Beholder DS2:

    Ikan Beholder DS2 is the successor to the famous DS1. The DS2 is designed specifically for professional filmmakers looking for a single handheld stabilizer for a large range of small cameras weighing up to 4 lbs. One of the highlighted features of DS2 is the 60-second Auto-Sweep mode, which allows you to program a 60-second camera movement, which will be activated when you want to shoot the specific shot.


    Best Gimbal for Android & iPhone

    Photography is not exclusive to those who own an expensive DSLR Cameras, but the advancement in the Smartphone cameras has enabled people to capture Perfect Footages and pictures in Smartphones too. Most of the Gimbals Designed for Smartphones support both Android and iPhone, So following are the Top 2 Smartphone Gimbals in 2019.


    Zhiyun Smooth 4:

    Zhiyun is a leading Gimbal Manufacturer for Smartphones too. Smooth 4 is a 3-Axis Handheld gimbal that supports all the models of iPhones including iPhone X and supports almost All the Android Smartphone devices (Not Android Tablets Obviously). Some of the highlighted features of Zhiyun Smooth 4 is that it has the best quality Object Tracking mechanism, if you choose the object the gimbal automatically follows the movement of the object, Apart from this you can also set the options to perform Zoom in and out functions to certain movement of the object. Zhiyun Smooth 4 is also voted number 1 for Timelapse footages on smartphones. If this is not enough for you, Smooth 4 Can also be used as a PowerBank for your phone, And can also get charged from the battery in your phone.


    DJI Osmo 2:

    The Osmo Mobile 2 was built to film on the go. Just select your subject and ActiveTrack will follow, using built-in sensors and brushless motors to ensure stability. Whether it’s small vibrations from a skateboard or more intense instability from jumping, this smartphone stabilizer stays steady. And this is the toughest rival to Smooth 4 by Zhiyun. This Gimbal too is Compatible with All the iPhone Versions and Android Mobiles. Made of a high-strength composite material cuts the weight to just 485g, which enables us to carry it in our hands for a long time during the shoot and it provides a battery life Up to 15 hours, which is the major plus in this device.

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    Ecbert Malcom
    Ecbert Malcom
    I am a resident author at Broodle.
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