Next in my series of reviews of mid-range 3-axis digital camera gimbals is the Turbo Ace AllSteady Motion. Here is the full video review.
The Turbo Ace AllSteady Motion is a great gimbal because it produces smooth shots. It can also take a lot of weight – for example, I managed to fly the BlackMagic Ursa Mini 4.6K camera on it.
Another thing I like is that it uses the AlexMos circuit board and software, which means you can change all the settings to suit your use.
The gimbal also comes with a full size remote controller and a great case that is not too big, yet fits everything inside. Additionally, you can get the gimbal as part of a kit with the TurboAce 4th Axis Jockey, which I reviewed previously here.
The only negative thing I can say about this gimbal is that it’s not as pretty-looking as some of the newer gimbals from other companies – there are wires and screws sticking out. The appearance aside, the gimbal works great.
The AllSteady Motion is actually an update of Turbo Ace’s AllSteady 6Pro gimbal, which I reviewed here.