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fordbjr
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Dec 13, 2017 16:33 |  #1

For anyone doing videos are you using a DSLR stabilizer, 3 axis gimbal, or a separate camera system like the DJI Osmo?

Pros and cons of each?

This might be better in the video or support forums.


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Feb 04, 2018 08:41 |  #2

video forum would be better but


I just started into this business and the first thing I bought was a stabilizer.


the difference is worlds apart


Its a learning curve but in the end you will deliver a much better product than your competitors (hopefully right?)
they are mildly expensive but if you can justify the cost then get the best one you can get

the dji ronin-m is what I wanted to get but other costs came up so sadly I ended up just getting a crane from bestbuy. still highly regarded but its only 1 handed and I honestly may end up returning it for now

the ronin is only like 400-500 more and is just a completely different league


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