Take high quality video content without the fuss

Want to learn how to make professional-looking Youtube videos and other video content? A gimbal stabiliser could be your new best friend. Compact, portable, and available in models that suit every budget, gimbals are a valuable photography tool that every videographer and content creator needs in their gear bag.

Designed to replace expensive, heavy professional video camera equipment such as dollys, jibs, and sliders, the best gimbals help you take smooth, steady footage in any environment. Thanks to recent technological advances, gimbals are now available for use with everything from mirrorless and DSLR cameras to aerial photography drones.

How a gimbal works

While the mechanics vary slightly between models, most gimbals use motorised gears and sensors to help your camera move smoothly and precisely along an axis. This quality makes them useful for shooting sweeping panoramic shots, action sequences, and slow pans - and makes them a favourite for vloggers and adventure photography lovers alike.

One of the most popular types of gimbal is the 3 axis gimbal, which helps you achieve steady shots along the pan, tilt, and roll axes. These gimbals use advanced algorithms and gyroscopes to detect the difference between intentional and unintentional movements, so you’ll never have to worry about them disrupting your creative vision!

How to choose a gimbal

Our range of gimbal stabilisers enhances videos taken by a number of devices including DSLR and mirrorless cameras, GoPros and action cameras, and even smartphones. When selecting a gimbal stabiliser for a mirrorless camera or DSLR, pay particular attention to the payload to ensure that your gimbal can support the weight of your camera and lens.

On the other hand, when choosing a phone gimbal, opt for a portable gimbal that can slip into your pocket or backpack - or skip the phone entirely and go for a model with a built-in camera, such as the DJI Osmo Pocket.

Ready to shoot your smoothest, most professional-looking footage yet? Explore our range of gimbal stabilisers now!