Simply put, a gimbal is a pivot point that allows rotation along a single axis. Combine three separate gimbals to allow rotation along three different axes and you have a 3-axis gimbal — and an excellent tool for achieving silky-smooth, handheld video.
Domke offers a wide variety of bags for professional photographers and videographers. The Director is part of their Next Generation Viewfinder series and is meant for DSLR cameras and similar sized gear.
Pinnacle Studio 18 offers advanced video editing in three versions from HD to 4K, with a strong collection of additional effects, plugins and tools. The major upgrade in this version is the move to 64-bit processing for better advanced editing performance with today's high-def content. For newer users, the Studio interface avoids intimidating complexity by sequestering advanced options in media-specific editor windows.
We give you the first look and unbox The DJI Inspire 1. With its retractable landing gear, 360 degree rotating 4k Camera mounted on a 3 axis gimble and cool stylings comes with a hefty price tag, but is it worth it? Take a look and see our first impressions.
The Polaroid brand is most often associated with the old-school “instant camera” that featured squares of self-developing film. Since getting out of the film business in 2008, Polaroid has lent its name to several digital cameras. The latest is a nifty looking “active lifestyle cam” dubbed the Cube.
Blackmagic cameras seem to strike a strange balance of strengths that rival high-end cinema cameras along with weaknesses that have us scratching our heads in disbelief. While the URSA certainly alleviates some of the pain points of its predecessors, it’s still a bit of mixed bag when all is said and done.