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Hand Held Gimbals

I happen to be a Real Estate Broker and I'm wanting to get some recommendations on hand held Gimbals for taking video of rental homes.

Aaron Robertson
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Hand Held Gimbals for which camera/setup?
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A What?

What is a hand held Gimbal?

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Frankly I'd use a tripod.

So far, the accepted standard for stability and great videos is to use the tripod. Yes, it seems old school but your image matters.

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