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Floreto
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I'm looking for a solution to this problem, no matter how closley I control my movements there is always some vertical movement in my shots.  I've seen several stabilizers on the market that are compatable with the Ronin S but I don't know which is the best.  Does anyone have any advice on this, maybe some recomindations?


7-8 11:24
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DJI Stephen
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Hello and good day Floreto. Thank you for reaching out and for the inquiry. I hope that you will get the best recommendation from our valued DJI members on what 4th axis stabilizer they are using for there DJI Ronin S. Thank you for your valued support.
7-8 13:23
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Floreto
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After looking around I've come to the conclusion that most of the hand held 4th axis stabilizers aren't worth the expense and trouble.  While they will reduce the bounce they won't eliminate it and you will still need to do post processing stabilization which is what I was hoping to avoid.  The steady-cam arm & vest configurations look to be a better solution but you have to deal with the added hassle of the equipment and depending on the model they can be more expensive than the Ronin itself.  

Does anyone have any recommendations on stabilization software, I've been using Premiere Pro's warp stabilizer and it really doesn't do a great job.   
7-23 06:21
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AntDX316
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Your legs are 4th-axis stabilization.
7-23 19:01
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