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Looking To Clean Up Your Edits?

We don’t always want to carry around large equipment with us up on the mountains. But when you do. It’s a selfie stick or a pole of some sort. There’s a tool that’s very popular among movie makers and action sport enthusiasts are catching on to it. This magic tool is called a gimbal. What it does is stabilize the camera so that you get a very smooth roll. Almost like the camera is on a track. It also helps keep the image stable. That way you get a much more polished and professional looking shot. It’s definitely an investment with prices ranging anywhere from $100-$1000+, really depending on what equipment will be used. Gimbals have also been attached to drones and proven to be an excellent add on. This group of snowboarders at the DC Snowpark in the French Alps shows just how well the gimbals work.

Minute Sixteen – DC Snow Park from Rob Antill on Vimeo.