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    Question Stabilizer for Smartphones

    Hey guys,
    I have a dslr and also a phone (Galaxy S7), I want to take videos without warp as possible and I think I should buy a stabilizer.
    But here is the thing:
    The dslr stabilizers are so expensive for me but phone stabilizers not expensive as much as Dslrs. So should I buy a phone camera stabilizer or wait for some time and gonna buy a dslr stabilizer? What do you think?

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    It depends on the type of work you'll be using the stabilizer for.

    A DSLR stabilizer allows you to use your DSLR which includes the option of different lenses, manual controls, etc.

    A phone stabilizer limits you to a phone. It's cheaper, but you won't get the bells and whistles of a DSLR.

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    yea, that is the sad point. But the price difference is 1000TL. That's a big money at least in Turkey.


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    I bought myself a DJI Osmo Mobile 2 for the same reason. It is a very nice stabiliser. I'm not going to tell you how you should spend your money, but I've reasoned that I WANTED stable footage for my projects and I would rather be limited to using a smartphone than to wait until I can afford a much more expensive gimbal and therefore not being able to get my projects as close as I've envisioned them as possible.


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