TYPES OF PROFESSIONAL CAMERA STABILIZERS
Updated: Feb 12
Our simple professional camera stabilizer buying guide!
WHAT TYPE OF PROFESSIONAL CAMERA STABILIZER SHOULD I GET?
Don’t worry, below I have explained the four main kinds of professional camera stabilizers for DSLRs and Digital Cinema Cameras that you can buy today.
THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF PROFESSIONAL CAMERA STABILIZERS ARE:
1. A Body Harnesses Vest with Springs:
specially designed for heavy weight cameras, is the first step in camera stabilization specially designed for those cameraman that still use the camera over their shoulders, an ergonomic solution based on a vest and a spring arm that will let you distribute the weight of a film camera thru your body.
It's a cheap alternative specially designed for handheld camera operators, a nice solution to save some pain on their back, shoulders and arms, the most well-known option is the Easyrig.
2. A 3-Axis Gimbal:
A 3-axis stabilizer makes automatic adjustments, based on gravity to give you almost perfectly stable footage without human errors. Some of the most popular options are battery-powered motorized 3-axis gimbals, such as the famous DJI Ronin and freefly movi.
These stabilizers take around 20 minutes to mount & balance. The main problem with 3 axis gimbals is the issue with the 4 axis or z axis or up and down movement while walking because they do not have a shock absorber arm to do that job for them, and then the problem of holding the weight of the gimbal and the camera with your arms. So its a cheap option for starters. If you ever thought that saving some money buying a 3 axis gimbal like the ones from Dji Ronin or the Freefly Movi will give you the same results in terms of performance and stability as buying a 8 axis hybrid steadycam gimbal system, well the answer is NO.
3. Mechanic Steadicam:
This kind of stabilizers are the first camera stabilizers ever made , invented in 1975 by Garret Brown the owner of Steadicam until a few years ago now in hands of Tiffen corporation. It's made of 3 main components, also know as Vest stabilizers combine together a comfortable vest, a center post with a gimbal handle and counterweights, and then a double shock absorber arm. Some of the most well-known options include Tiffen Steadicam, glidecam, and Basson Steady.
These stabilizers are mostly used with high-end digital cinema cameras as well as lightweight dslr cameras.
4. Hybrid Steadycam Gimbal:
This last option has the latests advantages of mixing a mechanic steadiacm with gimbal technology, the result the perfect camera stabilization machine ever made.
It is made of 4 main components, also know as Hybrid Vest stabilizers combine together a comfortable vest, a center post with a gimbal handle and counterweights, and then a double shock absorber arm, plus a gimbal rotary head, that works with brushless motors to improve the balance pf the camera.
The Basson Steady hybrid steadycam model Endless works with dslr as well a with digital cinema cameras from 0.5kgs to 10kgs.
Some of the most well-known options include Arri trinity, mkv-ar, and Basson Steady.
What is a Gimbal Stabilizer dslr?
A Gimbal Stabilizer dslr is a mix of electro mechanic camera support designed to give the camera operator the independence of handheld shooting without camera vibration or shake.
Powered by brushless motors, motorized gimbal stabilizers dslr have the ability to keep the camera level on all axes as the operator moves the camera.
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Gimbal Stabilizer Dslr vs 8 Axis Hybrid Gimbal Stabilizer Dslr
If you ever thought that saving some money buying a 3 axis gimbal stabilizer dslr like the ones from Freefly Movi or from Dji Ronin will give you the same smooth epic shoot results in terms of stability and performance as buying a 8 axis gimbal stabilizer hybrid steadycam, well the answer is NO...
We invite you to read from our blog a comparison between this two hybrid camera stabilizers dslr.
We are manufacturers and designers of professional gimbal stabilizer dslr or hybrid steadycam gimbal dslr camera stabilizers, providing the most advanced camera stabilization systems for the community of filmmakers, cinematographers and camera stabilization operators from all over the world since 1997.
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At Basson Steady camera stabilizer we decided to build a new game changer gimbal stabilizer for dslr as well as for digital cinema cameras, to help our customers to learn faster and easier about how to become a professional steadycam operator saving a lot of time on the education of your brain and hands, learning faster how to keep stable a camera to achieve professional steadycam shoots.
So back in 2007 we developed the first version of a hybrid gimbal stabilizer for dslr and digital cinema cameras called Constellation, and with time we incorporate new technology and we came with what we call today the New 8 axis hybrid gimbal stabilizer for dslr and digital cinema cameras named Endless, a mix between physic mechanic and electronic, taking all the advantages of both worlds.
We incorporate to a mechanical steadycam the best of the electronic gimbal technology plus the experience of manufacturing and designing professional camera stabilizers for dslrs for more than 22 years, to create the perfect hybrid gimbal stabilizer dslr system ever made.
The new 8 axis hybrid gimbal stabilizer dslr comes with an electronic board controller that will help you hold the camera horizontally stable all the time even if you do not have any skills as a professional steadicam operator.
And with the new 8 axis hybrid gimbal stabilizer dslr model Endless, you will still have the power to control the pan with your hand on the gimbal as always as to point your camera wherever you want as with any mechanical steadicam.
It's a ready to use hybrid gimbal stabilizer dslr, you just need to put the camera inside the rotary head, then balance it up and down, side to side and front to back, and then press the ON button to make it work.
You do not need to change the PID settings every time you put a different camera, you can run dslr cameras from 1 kg up to digital cinema cameras of 8kgs without tweaking any PID settings, which is also impossible to achieve with any other 3 axis gimbal for dslr on the market today such as the dji Ronin or with the Freefly movi.
So If you are looking to update your film gear to the new standards of professional camera stabilization system for the filmmaking industry, and if you are already tired of carrying a dslr or heavy weight digital cinema camera with your own hands on a handheld gimbal 3 axis stabilizer that doesn’t solve all the issues of stabilization, then you must consider investing on the new Steadycam Basson Steady 8 axis Hybrid gimbal stabilizer dslr model Endless, the most advanced camera stabilization system ever made.
The new 8 axis Hybrid gimbal stabilizer dslr Steadycam Basson Steady model Endless is a great option and a complete set up at an affordable price and the best choice for you, with excellent stabilization results. You will achieve professional cinematic shoots at an affordable price starting at US$ 12.800.- scaling up to US$ 16.200.-
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