Dji Osmos Z ReviewIn case you are wondering why someone would want a Z-axis stabilizer, let me tell you A Z-axis stabilizer helps remove the up and down motion you tend to see when shooting video while walking. DJI had previously released a Z-axis for the smaller camera, the X3, but the larger DJI camera the X5 and the X5R were too heavy for the original adapter. A lot of people tried to mod the original z-axis with stronger springs, etc. but I wanted to wait for the real thing, so here it is.
Zhiyun Smooth X ReviewThe Zhiyun Smooth X is a great piece of kit in a compact and lightweight package. It features a plastic build, but the affordable price tag helps make this smartphone gimbal a very tempting proposition for anyone looking to upgrade their smartphone videography or vlogging. Plus, the ability to swivel the gimbal head into portrait orientation helps make this gimbal an indispensable piece of kit for any vlogger.
DJI Osmo Mobile 3 ReviewThe Osmo Mobile's spring-loaded clamp effortlessly accommodates even the largest phones, and its gimbal arm can rotate through 90 degrees for seamless switching between landscape and portrait orientation. Construction is plasticy, but the Osmo still feels like a quality product, and the nicely sculpted ergonomic handle is comfortable for prolonged use. Comfort is further helped by the low 405g - 80g less than the Osmo Mobile 2 - which is all the more impressive given this new Osmo now has a hinged gimbal arm so it folds smaller for transportation.
DJI Ronin-SC ReviewWeighing in at just 2.4 pounds, this stabilizer will help save your arms and your budget. Since it’s meant to be a light setup, it can’t handle a hefty camera, maxing out at 4.4 pounds. But that’s more than most DSLRs. If you do plan on using larger lenses however, you may want to look at other options, since the Ronin-SC may have some issue balancing the weight. One of its coolest features is the Active Track 3.0, which uses your phone’s camera and the DJI app to track subjects.
Feiyu G6 PLUS ReviewThe portable Feiyu G6 Plus may be small, but this powerful gimbal works with mirrorless cameras, pocket cameras, GoPros, and smartphones. Feiyu makes controlling this gimbal as easy as possible, with knobs like a magical focus ring, zoom control, follow focus, and gimbal-movement buttons. You can pair the gimbal with your camera via WiFi and Bluetooth for even more precise in-camera control. Plus, you don’t have to worry about batteries dying in the field. The Feiyu G6 PLUS is energy-optimized, with up to 12 hours of battery life.