- Oct 11, 2013
- Reaction score
- Dash Cam
- 10 years, many dashcams
Yeah i saw that video.
To kill the walking bobble you need a "4th axis" stabilizer. They are intended for 3 axis gimbal....The main problem I have as far as stabilisation is concerned is when walking, I have to rember to adjust my gait and keep the camera close to my body so that the camera doesn't move in that annoying up and down bobble.
Does it work? Doesn't look like it would be very effective!
Check this out this guy, you still need some practice.Does it work? Doesn't look like it would be very effective!
You can get rid of most of it by hand holding the camera mounted on a selfie stick/monopod, the heavier it is the better the stabilization.
Whilst I've seen the large and bulky Steadicam rigs for professional cameras, I wasn't aware of one for the domestic market. Many thanks for that information.
I think that it would take some time to adjust correctly.Does it work? Doesn't look like it would be very effective!
With my GoPro, I find that holding the camera close to the body and walking/running at a certain way can reduce the bobbing although it is uncomfortable to do so for a long period.You can get rid of most of it by hand holding the camera mounted on a selfie stick/monopod, the heavier it is the better the stabilization.
Unlike the Osmo in the video, the GoPro already has 4th axis (vertical) stabilisation built into the EIS, it is just a bit limited in the amount of correction it can provide. If it is attached to the body then there will always be a problem on the vertical axis, move it out hand held as much as you will with that 4th axis stabilizer and the EIS will be able to remove most of what is left even without the 4th axis stabiliser.With my GoPro...