Advent in technology is no less than a feat as to invent them. Every product requires a proper application to obtain the best of results. Thereby, claiming a need of absolute syncing with it. Gimbals are such accessory to offer shutterbugs, photo-geeks and videographers complete mastery over camera movement. But…many techniques can easily differentiate an expert from that of a novice. If you are new to Gimbals, try opting for these:
1- Employ both hands
Is gimbal not making much of a difference for you? We at Gimbalmart recommend using both hands on Trio or Uoplay to meet maximum stability, achieve sharper and crispier stills or frames without worrying about wobbly effects.
2- Choose elevation wisely
Our Trio and Uoplay are pros at stabilizing the rotation in 3 axis. But opting for the correct altitude is your call. Adjust your position to your preferred height and lock the gimbal for an undisturbed cinematic video. You can also attach a cable optimized for gimbal to elevate for unreachable spots and capture better surroundings.
3- Try a professional stance
Sometimes the same old stances leaves a flavorless effect on your videos and stills. There is always a better option to capture the desired. Your body is as much a feature to work with Trio or Uoplay in harmony. For more information read, “4 ways to use a gimbal to capture perfect cinematic footage.”
4- Lock the pitch
It’s always a good practice to lock the pitch axis of Trio or Uoplay if you want to avoid additional movement. It works as an added advantage or a micro-feature of gimbal to fetch rich captures in stable movability while not compromising its original function.
5- Walk the shot
Professionals consider it way more stable to walk and shoot instead of trying to move the gimbal itself. Also, an extremely slow walking will make the footage unstable in the sense that the axis features of a Trio or Uoplay won’t be fully utilized.