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Does anyone have experience with stabilizer systems for GoPro? I want to film better behind the scenes clips and just bought a GoPro 4. Now, I am looking for something to keep clips steady.
The tests I read about Feiyu G4 were all saying it's cheap plastic and not reliably working. I am wondering if anyone has experience with a product.
Mounted on what?
- I read controverse tests. What's your experience?SimonFFM
- guys at work have, seems to do the trickinteliboy
- honestly I don't use gopros, surprised with your work you'd want that video wide-angle look. though guessing you have your reasons.inteliboy
- ps sorry didn't read your second paragraph!inteliboy
Yep, the wideangle is not the preferred look of mine. But it's for behind the scenes that I want to film on my shooting trips. I will cut it all together to be able to tell how my 2nd book was created (in 2018). And I have to start filming now. GoPro gives me the 4K already, I try to film a bit future proof.
Thanks for your advice, guys!
just get a top-handle a small cage and a monopod,
or something like the manfrotto fig rig.
and add some weight to the gopro (external battery) to make it sturdier.
the gimbals and steadicams are good for tracking shots, but they mean one more tool to look after...they need batteries, practice and finally your attention to work well.
better to keep it simple if it's for secondary action.