Camera stabilization techniques have drastically advanced due to recent groundbreaking technology in filmmaking. A 3 Axis Gimbal gives videographers more freedom in the way the camera captures movement. The basic functionality of a gimbal is to automatically compensate unwanted movement along the roll, tilt, and roll axis also known as the x, y, and z axis. Every time the operator moves in one direction the 3 Axis Gimbal controller compensates for that motion and moves in the opposite direction, giving the video camera a smooth picture. The end result is a more professional cinematic movement with less distracting bumps and shakes.

Filmmakers that are in need of smaller mobile units now have the option to go with handheld gimbals. These are specially made for smaller mirrorless cameras such as Sony a7s, BMPCC, and even Gopro cameras now have the ability to shoot fluid cinematic shots without the bulkiness of traditional gimbal. The mobility, quick setup, and compact builds of a handheld 3 axis gimbal allows filmmakers to get high quality footage in situations where full size 3 axis gimbal cant.

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