The days of hefty Steadicam and gimbal rigs are slowly fading. We take a look at some attractive lightweight camera options available to creatives to get them gimbal-ready.
Lighter gimbals are exploding in popularity to support the growing lineup of small form-factor cameras. The RED Komodo and Sony FX6 shook things up with their lightweight design and high-quality internal recording options.
Just recently, Canon made things interesting with the announcement of their new small form factor hybrid cinema camera, the Canon EOS R5 C.
But what other options do creatives and filmmakers have? We take a look at what the DJI RS 2 gimbal is capable of handling, with a little help from LensProToGo and Peter McKinnon.
RED Komodo vs. Sony FX6
The RED Komodo and Sony FX6 are individually robust cameras that offer rich features for operators, as well as high-resolution recording options for all sorts of content needs. The cameras come in at 2.10 lbs and 1.96 lbs respectively, and due to their small form factor design, are attractive options for the DJI RS 2 gimbal.
Author: Yaroslav Altunin
This article comes from No Film School and can be read on the original site.