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AllSteady-6Pro Gimbal Review (after 2 months of real world use)

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)

CAME-7800 3-axis camera gimbal review

CAME-TV has updated their 3-axis gimbal for DSLR/DSLMs and the new model, CAME-7800, has some great improvements. Also, the gimbal now comes in a nice package that includes everything you need when using this technology on a real production. It includes a stand, a solid carrying case and all the cables and tools. Continue reading CAME-7800 3-axis camera gimbal review

DJI Ronin vs CAME-7800 – digital camera stabilizers comparison

Of all the digital camera stabilizers out there, the best two ones are probably the DJI Ronin and the CAME-7800. I certainly get the most questions about those two models. Therefore, I decided to do tests and compare them side by side. Continue reading DJI Ronin vs CAME-7800 – digital camera stabilizers comparison

Tom interviewed by 4K Shooters

Ogy Stoilov from 4K Shooters conducted an interview with Tom Antos. The guys discussed many aspects of filmmaking – not only the technical ones, but also the creative side. Tom describes his daily life as a filmmaker. He reflects on some of his earliest projects as well as talks about what exciting projects he’ll tackle in 2015 (hint: feature film “Red Spring”). Continue reading Tom interviewed by 4K Shooters