FLYCAM 3000 vs FLYCAM 5000 Review

When you shoot video, you canmake your camera film fluid footage with beautiful fly-ins and smooth zooms. All you need is a handheld stabilizer and some practice. Like Flycam tells its customers, these are floating tripods. They can help you make gorgeous shots with almost no shake because they absorb unwanted movements. Let’s look at … Read more

Beholder DS1 vs MS1 Review

A moving camera doesn’t have to produce a jerky film. Once you’ve shot smooth video with a handheld stabilizer gimbal, you won’t want to shoot without it. It creates much better results than relying on just post-processing software to clean up shake. Let’s take a look at these two gimbals from Beholder to see which … Read more

Feiyu G3 vs G4 vs G4 Plus Review

Viewers prefer smooth video over nausea-inducing, jerky films. Slick zooms and floating shots look professional. When you share your video with others, or review your memories later, you’ll appreciate the difference that a gimbal makes. Let’s take a look at these three from Feiyu to see which one will be the best for you. Feiyu … Read more

Glidecam HD-4000 vs Steadicam Professional Video Stabilizers Merlin 2 Review

Do you want to reduce camera shake in your next film project? If you don’t have a dolly or a track system you can still use the next best thing: a hand-held camera stabilizer. Let’s look at these two stabilizers and see which one will help you shoot better video. Glidecam HD-4000 Hand-Held Camera Stabilizer … Read more

Glide Gear DNA 5050 vs Glidecam HD-2000 Review

Camera stabilizers are important pieces of equipment for both professionals and amateurs. They have changed the way that cinematography works by allowing for unique shots that would not be possible without the stabilizers. Instead of shaky and jittery camera shots, it is possible to have smooth and consistent pictures that look very natural. A person … Read more

Glidecam HD-1000 vs Flycam Nano Review – Glide or Fly to Stabilization?

When it comes to using gimbals, there are lots of different systems out there. Some are designed to handheld for running shots; others are designed to be attached to vehicles such as UAVs, whereas others are designed to be versatile to be used as stabilization units in a number of different ways. The Glidecam HD … Read more

Opteka SteadyVid PRO vs Flycam Nano Review – Stabilisation from nano or pro?

Flycam and Opteka are excellent at producing affordable camera equipment so when it comes to choosing between their products it can be difficult to decide which manufacturer will better serve your filming needs. Independent filmmakers have a huge amount of products to choose from, but a limited budget to work with. Most filmmakers will know … Read more

Opteka SteadyVid PRO vs Steadicam Merlin Review – Steady as she goes

Filmmakers are constantly searching for the perfect stabilization units to use for handheld filming and stills. When shooting on a tight budget and often a small budget, filmmakers can come up with some of the most ingenious ways of creating professional finishes without spending the entire budget on one tiny piece of equipment for one … Read more

Glidecam XR-2000 vs HD-2000 Review

Glidecam filming equipment and camera accessories have a reputation for being able to reproduce blockbuster Hollywood shots without filmmakers having to pay for expensive equipment. But each Glidecam stabilization unit has different features that make them better suited for being used by people of different filming experience. When choosing between the Glidecam XR 2000 and … Read more