Why Use Gimbal Stabilizer with GoPro Fusion and Guru 360° Setup Tutorial Video

Why Use Gimbal Stabilizer with GoPro Fusion and Guru 360° Setup Tutorial Video

In CreatorUp contributor Hugh Hou's newest video, Hugh and Devlin of GimbalGuru discuss the advantages of using a gimbal rather than relying solely on in-camera stabilization available in cameras such as GoPro Fusion.  This video will answer all of your questions concerning jello effect created by movement and in-camera software stabilization. It also shares some tips and tricks on how to set up MOZA Guru 360° with GoPro Fusion.

Thank you Hugh Hou! We always enjoy your videos! 
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  Guru 360° is a 3-axis gimbal just for 360 cameras! It features automatic inversion and three filming modes including follow mode for fluid motion, lock mode to lock in each axis, and head lock mode to lock the camera’s lenses in a fixed direction. 

  Unlike other bulky and expensive 360 stabilizers, Guru 360° is affordable and it's small size actually ensures unobstructed view while filming. 

  The Guru 360°'s stability makes stitching for multiple cameras cleaner and reduces artifacting in 360° video. Create a more enjoyable experience by using the Guru 360° to correct unwanted movement, rotation, roll, and horizontal drift. 

  Unique to Guru 360° is that the head and handle can be interchanged with other gimbal heads and handles in the Moza system. This enables you to switch to a smartphone or GoPro when paired with the corresponding gimbal head! 

    The stabilizer is compatible with cameras under 250 grams such as Go Pro Fusion, Samsung Gear 360, Nikon Keymission 360, Vuze, Fly360, Garmin Virb 360, Kodak SP360, Kodak Orbit 360, Ricoh Theta S 360, Insta 360, and more!