Why sevenoak camera Stabilizers are the Best Choice

  If you’ve already got a DSLR and are using it proficiently the next most important purchase is going to be a DSLR camera stabilizer. There are literally hundreds of different kinds of stabilizers but they all share a basic function: to eliminate a shaky camera shot and enable the videographer to walk or run while maintaining a balanced, in-focus shot.

  There have been many attempts at creating the best method to achieve smooth handheld video, but utilizing a gimbal, or pivoting point along an axis, has proven to be the most effective. The 3-axis gimbal being the most versatile. Let’s take a look at handheld (manual non-motorized) stabilizers and compare them to software (motorized) gimbals.

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  sevenoak are often less expensive That’s not to say you can’t buy a pricey one, but comparably, a handheld stabilizer will be less expensive than an electronic one.

  One of my favorite things about a handheld camera stabilizer is that there is no need for more batteries to keep track of. Because it is non-motorized, it’s lighter, it won’t die in the middle of a shoot and best of all, it can be used in all sorts of weather and you don’t need to be delicate with it.



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