Filmpower Nebula 4300 | The Ultimate stabilizer for DSLR? Review, test and demo footage

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My review, test and demonstration of the Filmpower Nebula 4300 5 Axis handheld gimbal or stabilizer. Test footage and comparison @ 03:11 min.
The maximum payload of this gimbal is 3.2kg (7 lbs)!! Battery life (8-10 hours).

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You can buy this the Filmpower Nebula 4300 here: https://filmpower.us/products/nebula-4300-5-axis-gyro-stabilizer-built-in-encoder

In this video I use the gimbal combined with a Canon 60D (http://amzn.to/2ipyQCT) and the demo footage is recorded with the Sony a6500 mirrorless camera (http://amzn.to/2qrkanX) + Sony 16-70 mm lens (http://amzn.to/2hGKg8e)

The tactical grip link is https://filmpower.us/products/nebula-4200-tactical-grip-for-nebula-4200-lite

featured in this video:
00:01 – Filmpower Nebula 4300 product Intro and specs
00:40 – What’s inside the package
01:40 – Gimbal setup and specs
03:12 – Test footage, comparison shots and demonstration
05:12 – Wrap up and conclusion

This video is made with Adobe Premiere Pro CC (http://bit.ly/2oyNfR9)

Microphone used for my voiceover: Rode NT USB (http://amzn.to/2qohzvW)

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Music :
https://audiojungle.net/item/future-beauty/19376010?ref=Orange83
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jN-flZMXPSE (DJ Quads – Downtown Funk)

And here are some pictures of the Filmpower Nebula 4300





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