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How Different Camera Stabilization Technologies Work and Why the Most Expensive Isn’t Always the Best

By @Alvy — August 16, 2022

They have this interesting article in Syrp Lab with a summary of this video Which stabilization technique is better For video shots with different types of cameras. This ranges from the GoPro for action sports to the typical iPhone or high-end professional digital cameras. It also includes a desperate solution for Adobe Premiere, iMovie or similar “stabilization filters” to record once and insert whatever $deity wants.

The most interesting thing is how he explains quickly and with examples how camera stabilizers work, both GoPro or iPhone (digital with gyroscope) and high-end cameras (with mobile sensors or directly using professional gimbals). Gimbals are quite luxurious and very effective, but they are also uncomfortable and usually expensive or very expensive.

There is also a section dedicated to How does the object detection system work With which digital filters adjust images and what are the specific problems: when objects cross in the foreground, when motion is not so much vibrating as rotation, when you want to keep motion blur but there is no way . .. These are the important concepts that can help you record with less vibration if you know them.

The conclusion is in the first second of the video: Sometimes an $800 GoPro is better than a $27,000 gimbal camera, basically due to the result of GoPro – which is almost always better – added the fact that you can put them on your helmet or body when you walk around doing goats. And although a professional video camera with a gimbal may provide greater quality for some cinematic shots, it’s not always what you’re looking for. So the final recommendation is to use each camera for that purpose and for Holy Easter.

(Via PetaPixel.)


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