Freefly Systems MōVI Carbon

The Freefly Systems MōVI Carbon is allegedly the world's first handheld drone mountable 5-axis camera stabilizer. MōVI Carbon features 2 inner axes which keep the camera perfectly stable in even the most de...

A Zhiyun Crane-M Basic Tutorial

Zhiyun-Tech continue with the tutorials on their camera accessory products. Zhiyun look at the Crane-M hand held gimbal and give a quick tutorial on its use. ...

Zhiyun Crane Unboxing and a Quick Basic Tutorial

Zhiyun-Tech Zhiyun Crane hand held gimbal unboxing and a quick tutorial on its use. We have planed to made a new series of Zhiyun products tutorials. This is our first one. Wish you love it and give us more ...

Panasonic Lumix GH5 5-axis Stabilization System Vs Nebula 5100

Filmpower takes look at the Panasonic GH5 camera's stabilisation and compares it to their own Nebula 5100 system. Seems like the 5-axis stabilization system is one of the most highlighted features added to the Panasonic Lumix GH5. It can work with various l...

Steady Maker Asks Which Stabilizer Is Best For You?

A look at the Steady Maker Mini Tank, and the SMG Extreme stabilisers systems. We offer two similar, yet different stabilizers to cover many different situations. In this video we compare and contrast our ...

OwlDolly GURU 360º Stabilizer for 360º Cameras

OwlDolly now have the Guru 360° stabilizer that is the perfect way capture and stabilize 360 camera footage. The stabilizer is very light and easy to carry. Learn more about the Guru 360° at OwlDolly.com ...

MS-PRO Gimbal

ikan release an upgrade to the popular Beholder MS1 gimbal. The MS-PRO gimbal joins the ikan ranks. More from ikan: The MS-PRO. Attendees at WPPI 2017 in Las Vegas will be some of the lucky few to get...

MoVI Pro Pan Motor Test from Birds Eye Productions

Birds Eye Productions have been busy with a bit of MoVI Pro pan motor testing. MoVI Pro Pan Motor Test from Birds Eye Productions, LLC on Vimeo. So since there seemed to be a good amount of people looking for a test to see how well the pan motor was hold...