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Handheld stabiliser for RX100 V

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Dec 28, 2016 04:07 |  #1

Anyone know of a handheld gimbal for the RX100? I'm tempted by the OSMO mobile but I'd much prefer a gimbal for the RX100. Can't seem to find anything that can control the camera's shutter.​photos/picsbykev/ (external link)

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Dec 28, 2016 08:07 |  #2

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I have never seen a gimbal that can control your camera's shutter

Osmo has a gimbal that comes with a video cam, but the photo/video quality is just not good.


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Mar 08, 2017 17:21 |  #3

Zhiyun Crane M - no software, just balance and go ....

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Mar 18, 2017 10:19 |  #4

Feyiu MG Lite is another option - won't control the cameras shutter, but will hold the camera very stable.
I have been playing with one the last few days, using a Canon 80D and kitlens - seems to be working great.
the video out of a proper camera will be much better than the Osmo too (it looks very gopro-ish)

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Sep 03, 2017 23:33 |  #5

I know this thread is really old but DO NOT but the Pilotfly gimbal. I think it's called the C43 or something. it's marketed directly to the RX100 and I bought it for that reason but it's not good. At least not my copy. Wouldn't balance and made terrible buzzing noises. Bought the Zhiyun Crane V2 next and it's MUCH better. Sent the Pilotfly back.

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