There is a new gimbal on the market that can handle heavy cameras such as the URSA Mini – it’s the CAME-TV Prodigy 3-axis gimbal. This new gimbal has a really big cage that fits not only heavy, but also big and akwardly-shaped cameras. This gives it a big advantage over other gimbals, such as the DJI Ronin. Continue reading CAME-TV Prodigy Gimbal Review
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. Continue reading Turbo Ace AllSteady Motion camera gimbal review
Continuing my series of reviews of mid-range camera gimbals (previously I covered the CAME-Argo), today I am reviewing the Moza Lite 2. Continue reading Moza Lite 2 – 3-axis camera gimbal review
There are more and more options for those looking for 3-axis gimbal camera stabilizers. Here is my review of one of the new models, the CAME-ARGO. Continue reading CAME-TV Argo 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer Review
I have finally lived the dream of riding on a hoverboard, almost like Marty did in “Back To The Future” 😉 Continue reading Hoverboard / Electric Scooter Review
If you work with heavy camera set-ups, then you know the value of a good camera support system. Here is a great addition to a camera and gimbal support that I reviewed before. Continue reading Flowline Placid Spring Arm
I had a chance to test out another steadicam (hand held camera stabilizer) for cameras weighting up to 3.5kg/8lbs.
This kit is one of the more affordable camera stabilizers these days. Continue reading HD-3000 Steadycam System
These days there seem to be more camera gimbals out there than traditional camera stabilizers. Many of them don’t offer anything worth writing about. That’s about to change with this new gimbal I got from CAME-TV. Continue reading Amazing Camera Gimbal under $1000!
I had a chance to use a new 3-axis camera gimbal on the last feature film project I worked on. I decided to take this gimbal with me for the shoot because it is smaller and lighter than the DJI Ronin and Moza gimbals. Plus, even though it packs into a small case, it supports cameras ranging from DSLMs (ex. Sony A7s, Panasonic GH4) all the way to the RED Epic. Continue reading AllSteady-6Pro Gimbal Review (after 2 months of real world use)