Smooth movement is crucial for making a compelling video and is also one of the most difficult results to achieve. While a tripod provides basic stabilization when shooting still, you will need a steady cam, a rail, or a gimbal tripod when you start to add camera movements to the static scenes.
GIMBAL STABILIZER:Gimbal stabilizers are really popular nowadays. They are the hand-held stabilizers that are relatively small compared with the other stabilizing options.
A great gimbal is light-weight, perfectly balanced, and highly compatible. The price of gimbal stabilizer can vary from under $100, to $600+. If you’re shopping for a deal, you can focus on the most important features, which are weight and balance factors. The two MOVO gimbals listed below are perfect entry-level products with relatively light DSLRs (up to 5 lbs)