I have the Removu S1 gimbal for my GoPro Hero4 and Hero5. This was my first gimbal. I got it when it was a campaign on Indiegogo. Overall, it has a lot of features…bells and whistles. I do love the smooth footages I get from it. Only complaint I have is that it is rather bulky. I’m still on the fence if I want to keep it or get another. Karma Grip looks good but I don’t like how the screen is covered for right handed users. Plus the fact that you have to have the door to the charging port taken off… I could see myself losing the door.
I’m curious to see the replies because I’ve been looking into buying one. I recently picked up a Shoulderpod S1 grip since the price was right and it’s nice & compact, but doesn’t offer the stabilization that a gimbal would.
yeah gimbalizers are definitely awesome, they add a whole new level to your videos.
I used to have one for my gopro but then returned it because it was part of the drone combo and I didnt likethe drone.
I ended up getting a new drone but it didnt come with a seperate gimbal, so I’d def love to see if I could get one that would work on my phone and my gopro somehow. It is another thing to take care of and bring on trips though so that can be annoying sometimes
I use a gimbal Feiyutech AK2000 I had a DJI Ronin SC and sold it. the gimbal is a good place to start out if you want to ‘see if its for you’ but I grew out of it pretty quickly. I would recommend the gimbal and read article about it on gimbalgarage, I would also possibly think about the Zhiyun Crane Plus. It can carry a little extra weight, which is nice if you wanted to say, have the 7d, a 24-70 and a mic, or LED light on the hotshoe. The 2000 can manage it, but the Zhiyun Crane Plus is better! Guys like theo muse and moxley (DTF) both use Zhiyun’ for filming snow.I thought about upgrading to the Zhiyun Crane recently, but throwing my coin at other.