Updated February 21, 2019 by Brett Dvoretz

The 10 Best DSLR Gimbals

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This wiki has been updated 8 times since it was first published in February of 2019. If are an amateur filmmaker who is having trouble getting steady shots, a gimbal is what you need. They greatly reduce, or in some cases even fully eliminate, camera shaking, so your shots will rival those in professional movies. These models are specifically designed to work with DSLRs, though some are capable of accommodating small pocket cinemas, smartphones, and action cams, as well. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best dslr gimbal on Amazon.

10. Neewer Professional 360

9. Neewer 60cm Carbon Fiber

8. Feiyu G6 Plus

7. DJI Ronin M V3

6. FeiyuTech AK2000

5. Flycam HD-3000

4. Moza Air 2

3. Zhiyun Crane 2

2. Roxant Pro

1. Zhiyun Crane 3 Lab

Editor's Notes

February 18, 2019:

DSLR gimbals come in a variety of sizes and price ranges, so we wanted to make sure all kinds were represented here. Aspiring filmographers would do well with the Zhiyun Crane 3 Lab, Moza Air 2, FeiyuTech AK2000, or DJI Ronin M V3, as they all feature smooth-moving, high-torque motors and can be used to capture shots from a variety of angles. Hobbyists who want something above entry level, but can't spend an arm and a leg will appreciate the Flycam HD-3000 and Feiyu G6 Plus. If you just want something to stabilize videos for home use and don't need too many fancy features, consider the Roxant Pro or Neewer 60cm Carbon Fiber.

Brett Dvoretz
Last updated on February 21, 2019 by Brett Dvoretz

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